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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Saudi Arabia Executes Prince For Murder

A prince from the Saudi royal family was executed on Tuesday for murdering a man during a brawl in the capital Riyadh, the Interior Ministry announced.





The execution of Prince Turki Saud-al-Kabir is an extremely rare case of a member of the conservative kingdom’s ruling family being put to death.
The Interior Ministry stated that “in announcing this, we want to affirm to all that the Kingdom’s government is determined to establish security.
“It will bring about justice and implement God’s law against all those who attack the innocent.”

Meanwhile, local media reported that the killing for which the prince was executed took place in 2012.
The media indicated that Prince Turki’s death sentence was upheld by the Appeal Court and the High Court.

Another royal prince welcomed the news, in the first public reaction from a member of the ruling family.
Prince Khaled Al Saud said “this is God’s law, and the way of our blessed kingdom. May God have mercy on the killer and his victim.”


A report says the execution brings to 128 the number of persons put to death so far in the country this year.
Saudi Arabia, which applies strict interpretation of Islamic law, is among the top executioners in the world, according to international rights groups.
On Jan. 2, authorities beheaded 47 people, including a prominent Shiite cleric, on terrorism-related charges, leading to furious protests from regional rival Iran and criticisms from rights groups.

Saudi Arabia imposes the death penalty for offences including murder, armed robbery, banditry, rape, drug-trafficking and witchcraft. (dpa/NAN)


Death sentence for witch craft?....Not all cases of witch craft comes with evidence nau


42 comments:

  1. Na Sharia zone b dat... Not surprised

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    1. If they can execute a prince, just imagine what would happen to drug traffickers in that country? No mercy. That's why the government kept pleading with people traveling for Hajj. I love their laws. No one is above the law

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    2. Dubai shud borrow a leaf and fish out Tobi's murderer

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  2. The kinda news datz coming up 2day tho!

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  3. What actually happened before the murder took place?

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    1. Whatever that happened is not enough reason to justify murder.

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  4. Hmmmm.

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  5. He that killeth with the sword,must be killed with the sword. R.I.p nigga

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  6. If na 9ja they for don bribe their way out

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  7. These Muslim countries are something else.. God forbid!!

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  8. Stella what was the Suprise Emoji for? That u'r disgusted and suprise because the person that was executed was a prince!

    So? No one is above the law ok be it a prince or a slave!

    Good riddance to rubbish!

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  9. Saudi Arabia fit get spiritual evidence. These muslims i dont trust them. they can cajole and undo anything.

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  10. Wow, the justice in that country is trully blind.

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    1. I agree with all,but witchcraft?Really? What does that even mean?

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  11. Muslims and death are like Siamese twins .tufiakwa.Killing is like the oxygen we need to live .in fact if you side eye dem anyhow dem.fit dagger you one time.
    Errrr before you come for me ye truth padders I have a question for you .You DON chop today???? Hahahahaha

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    1. Yes I have eaten. Yam and Lots of vegetables.
      Christians are blasphemers and they pretend a lot. They kill with their heart. They are treacherous and evil. They'd rather kill the person with evil thoughts and envy. They hate their brothers and even use the Bible to cover up their numerous atrocities.
      Christians and evil deeds are like the palm and the fingers. One is useless without the other.
      Before you reply me have you read your Bible today.
      Have a nice day.

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    2. Lolz @Mon Ami I am officially a secret admirer that's if u are single ooo.I no want drama

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    3. Do you the think the country would kill innocent people? They have laws. It doesn't matter who you are,you would be treated fairly unlike naija that people act like they are God.they would commit crime get away with it.

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  12. It's a clear message to the citizens and visitors like, that anybody can be hanged or executed in KSA.

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  13. At least the law is no "respector" of persons

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  14. At least the law Is not greater than any body in their country.

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  15. Pls I need assistance to get rid of the lump in my breast. Pls help a sister.

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    1. What? Lump?that's serious o. And what are you doing about it?

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    2. Begging. That's what she's doing about it.

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  16. Chai, why beheading? Indonesia fire squad is better than this one o.

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  17. Life is sacred, according to Islam and most other world faiths. But how can one hold life sacred, yet still support capital punishment? The Qur'an answers, "...Take not life, which God has made sacred, except by way of justice and law.
    Continue Reading Below Thus does He command you, so that you may learn wisdom" (6:151). The key point is that one may take life only "by way of justice and law." In Islam, therefore, the death penalty can be applied by a court as punishment for the most serious of crimes, like murder. Ultimately, one's eternal punishment is in God's hands, but there is a place for punishment in this life as well. The spirit of the Islamic penal code is to save lives, promote justice, and prevent corruption and tyranny. Islamic philosophy holds that a harsh punishment serves as a deterrent to serious crimes that harm individual victims, or threaten to destabilize the foundation of society.

    Intentional Murder

    The Qur'an legislates the death penalty for murder, although forgiveness and compassion are strongly encouraged. The murder victim's family is given a choice to either insist on the death penalty, or to pardon the perpetrator and accept monetary compensation for their loss (2:178).

    This is the Islamic ruling on this. And if u can't wrap your head around it stay away from countries like Saudi! Or if you are going there, you had better not peddle drugs or kill somaddy, coz then you would know that the Justice system in that country isn't blind!

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    1. For ur mind nau, u r vast in both the Koran and Bible? Sorry.

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    2. At least, I got learnt something from him. He the deceased family could have pardoned him and compensated but..


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  18. No one is above the law.






    *hangs leg on the cupboard*

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  19. I'm a Christian, honestly I wish they can implement this laws here for just one year so they can kill gwogwo! Tinubu, buhari, babangida, obasanjo, osho, ekweremadu, all the senators except Ben, all Governors except fayose, Jonathan, dasuki, obanikoro, david mark, atiku, rochas, all house of rep members, isp,shakau, abeg help me add names of those wey no gree say Naija go better

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