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KSA could be about to behead Ali Al Nimr

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Activists say pro-Saudi sources have alluded that al-Nimr's and other Shia prisoners' executions could be imminent.

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/saudi-arabia-could-be-about-behead-crucify-ali-mohammed-al-nimr-1572851

May Allah protect Ali al Nimr and the oppressed from the barbaric Saudi regime. Please keep them in your prayers and try raising awareness!

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21 hours ago, Gaius I. Caesar said:

Oh no, this is bad...

You know, I wish they would exercise the option of exile like it states in the article. Especially for those young people.  But I guess they think that isn't enough deterrent to keep the Shia that are sitting  on top of some of their main oil reserves in line. 

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7 minutes ago, LeftCoastMom said:

You know, I wish they would exercise the option of exile like it states in the article. Especially for those young people.  But I guess they think that isn't enough deterrent to keep the Shia that are sitting  on top of some of their main oil reserves in line. 

The Wahhabis/Salafis would rather just behead Shias instead, we are kuffar (disbelievers) and najis (unclean) to them.  Shame, I saw a bit of a friend in Ali al-Nimr.

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1 hour ago, LeftCoastMom said:

^ I'm sure that is true. However, in KSA I'm betting the harshness of the treatment has a lot to do with your proximity to their bank account as well. 

Sure, but their burning hatred of Shi'as comes first. Being close to and living near their precious income just makes it easier to "punish" our brothers and sisters as the Saudis see fit. 

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