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Saudi Arabia beheads Sudanese ‘sorcerer’

Saudi Arabia beheads a Sudanese national found guilty of practicing sorcery, bringing the total number of beheadings this year to 42

AFP , Monday 19 Sep 2011

A Saudi Arabian ministry statement carried by the state news agency, SPA, stated that Abdul Hamid al-Fakki “practiced witchcraft and sorcery,” which are illegal under Saudi Arabia’s Islamic sharia law. Al-Fakki was beheaded in the western city of Medina on Monday, the interior ministry announced.

In October last year, Amnesty International said it had appealed to King Abdullah in a letter to commute Fakki’s death sentence.

His execution brings to 42 the number of people beheaded in Saudi Arabia this year, according to an AFP tally based on official and human rights group reports.

In June, London-based watchdog Amnesty International called on Saudi Arabia to stop applying the death penalty, saying there had been a significant rise in the number of executions in the previous six weeks.


2 Responses

  1. “Off with his head”, To me it looks like a 7th century version of the book and movie ‘Arabs in Wonderland’. Joking aside’ IMHO these Islamic nations with their so-called Sharia Law are nothing more than religious concentration camps, governing by terror and fear, cleverly disguised as functioning governments. The ‘religious councils’, run by the Imams make the rules and change them at their whim , which are then enforced by the sadistic and barbaric ‘religious police’.

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