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Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum.

This won't be shown in MSM.  Let the American people know, oil is more valuable than your blood.  This won't be the first nor the last time.  This was the case back in 9/11 too.

 

A growing number of Saudi students are vanishing while facing serious criminal charges in the U.S. Federal law enforcement officials are now launching an investigation into the suspicious disappearances to probe if the Saudi government was involved and how. We speak with Shane Dixon Kavanaugh, The Oregonian reporter who broke the story about the spate of Saudi student disappearances. He found that in at least four cases the Saudi government paid a defendant’s bail and legal fees before he disappeared. In one case, police believe Saudi officials snuck a Saudi national out of the country on a private plane using a fake passport so he could avoid being tried for killing a 15-year-old Portland teenager in a hit-and-run.

 

 

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Associated Press
Mar. 06, 2019 | 06:00 PM

Spanish agency accused of corruption in Saudi arms sales

MADRID: An investigating magistrate in Spain is accusing senior officials at a state-owned export agency of corruption, money-laundering and other crimes in connection with Spanish arms sales to Saudi Arabia.

A National Court statement issued Wednesday said magistrate Jose de la Mata wants to put on trial nine people, including the former president and some board members of Defex, which markets goods manufactured in Spain.

The court says they are accused of illegal conduct surrounding 11 contracts worth more than 48 million euros ($54 million).

The magistrate says he found "solid" evidence Defex paid illegal commissions to Saudi Arabian officials for tank and artillery shells and automatic weapon ammunition.

A judge will decide whether to proceed with a trial.

The court is also weighing a possible trial for Defex officials over arms sales to Angola and Cameroon.

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/Business/Regional/2019/Mar-06/478168-spanish-agency-accused-of-corruption-in-Saudi-arms-sales.ashx

Mar. 06, 2019 | 12:09 AM

Outcry over Saudi funding plan for Milan opera house

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/Arts-and-Ent/Culture/2019/Mar-06/478090-outcry-over-Saudi-funding-plan-for-milan-opera-house.ashx

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Please recite fatiha for the deaths of our Shia brothers and sisters killed by the House of Sa3ood LA  .  The beheadings and hangings occured today.

 

Saudi Arabia executes 37 on ‘terror charges’ as crackdown widens

Tue Apr 23, 2019 02:22PM [Updated: Tue Apr 23, 2019 02:41PM ]

Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry says it has executed 37 people in a single day “in connection with terrorism crimes,” as a crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against pro-democracy campaigners, human rights activists and intellectuals widens in the kingdom.

The Arabic-language Saudi Arabian daily newspaper Okaz, citing a statement issued by the ministry, the death penalty was implemented Tuesday “on a number of culprits for adopting extremist terrorist ideologies and forming terrorist cells to corrupt and disrupt security as well as spread chaos and provoke sectarian strife.”

The statement added that the executions took place in the capital Riyadh, the Muslim holy cities of Mecca and Medina, the central province of Qassim, oil-rich and Shia-populated Eastern Province and the kingdom’s southern province of Asir. The convicts were all Saudi nationals.

Meanwhile, the Arabic-language Ahrar television network, in a post published on its official Twitter page, reported that imprisoned Shia activists were among those executed by Saudi authorities.

 

 النظام السعودي الإرهابي يقتل عدداً من المعتقلين الشيعة.

 
 
 
 

Earlier this month, Amnesty International warned that Saudi Arabia is making use of the death penalty to crush opposition figures.

The London-based rights group said Saudi Arabia’s public prosecutor was seeking the death penalty for more people, noting that prominent preacher Sheikh Salman al-Awdah was one of those targeted for execution.

The Prisoners of Conscience, which is an independent non-governmental organization advocating human rights in Saudi Arabia, also announced in a post on its official Twitter page that Awdah, along with two other clerics, identified as Awad al-Qarni and Ali al-Omari, had been in prison for 19 months with no legal reasons.

The activists were detained in a sweeping crackdown weeks before Saudi Arabia overturned the world's only ban on female motorists on June 24, 2018. The women had staunchly advocated for the right to drive.

Over the past years, Riyadh has redefined its anti-terrorism laws to target activism.

Tuesday’s mass execution was Saudi Arabia's largest in the past three years. In January 2016, Saudi authorities executed Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr, who was an outspoken critic of the Riyadh regime, along with 46 other men on terrorism charges. Nimr had been arrested in Qatif, Eastern Province, in 2012.

Saudi Arabia has stepped up politically-motivated arrests, prosecution and conviction of peaceful dissident writers and human rights campaigners.

Saudi officials have also intensified crackdown in the country's Shia-populated Eastern Province.

Eastern Province has been the scene of peaceful demonstrations since February 2011. Protesters have been demanding reforms, freedom of expression, the release of political prisoners, and an end to economic and religious discrimination against the oil-rich region.

The protests have been met with a heavy-handed crackdown by the regime, with regime forces increasing security measures across the province.

http://217.218.67.231/Detail/2019/04/23/594158/Saudi-Arabia-executes-37-on-terror-charges-as-crackdown-widens

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@Laayla thanks for sharing this information. May Allah's curse forever be upon the oppressors and tyrants, whoever they are. 

I haven't seen these incidents in the media before now. 

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On April 23, 2019, after tortures the Saudi regime beheaded around 40 innocent Shia Muslims. One of the victims was a respected Sheikh Mohammed al-Attiyah who served as an informal leader of the orthodox Muslim community in Jeddah.

 

 

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We have pictures of victims of 23/04/2019 mass beheading - one alim and countless children, may Allah accept them all. 

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Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum.

Condolences to the Imam of our Time for the oppressed and barbaric killing of our Hijazi brothers.

:cry::cry::cry:

This is Karbala 2019.   While the world was focused on the tragic events of the Easter Massacre, they Tyrants of Sauod used this timing to slaughter the lovers of AhulBayt.  If only our Christian brothers and sisters understood the same killers behind the terrorist attacks, have killed us for centuries, even till now. 

Inna lil Allah wa inna elahi raj3oun.

God hasten the return of the Master of the Time.

al fatiha.

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah

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Brothers and sisters 

Assalam Alikum.

Whatever is in your power and means, do not choose to stay quiet.  Now is the time to voice your dismay about the Tyrants of Sauood.  Please stay informed of the events taking place and do what you can to raise awareness.  So many people continue to die from this cursed family, Insh'Allah their end is near, behaq Mohammed wa Ahli Mohammed.

 

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46 minutes ago, Laayla said:

Brothers and sisters 

Assalam Alikum.

Whatever is in your power and means, do not choose to stay quiet.  Now is the time to voice your dismay about the Tyrants of Sauood.  Please stay informed of the events taking place and do what you can to raise awareness.  So many people continue to die from this cursed family, Insh'Allah their end is near, behaq Mohammed wa Ahli Mohammed.

 

Despite not having any formal powers (great wealth, political influence etc.) we all can raise awareness about the Shia genocide (past and present) in any way meaningful; from attending rallies and educating those around us (for example, neighbours and coworkers), to even submitting University papers about it (something I did quit often back at the Western university, it causes those reading them to learn [my promoter had no clue that there was a Shia genocide in Bahrain] and eventually spread the word or even conduct their own scholarly research on the subject), to things such as petitioning officials, donating money to valuable Shia causes (for example, any money sent to Iraqi religious institutions ends up helping orphans, widows and those wounded). It’s all in our hands, brothers and sisters. 

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Salam...

"The 1987 Mecca incident was a clash between Shia pilgrim demonstrators and the Saudi Arabian security forces, during the Hajj pilgrimage; it occurred in Mecca on 31 July 1987 and led to the deaths of over 400 people. Since 1981, Iranian pilgrims had held an annual political demonstration against Israel and the United States"

Saudi Arabia has been killing those who are opposing the wahabi brand of religion / policy for long time.  It was intensified after 1979 to stop people uprisings due to the influence from Iran.  If Muslims can topple the Saudi Kingdom, Israel and the US will have no future.

Saudis, the US and Zionist regime will not stop killing innocent Muslims who they think are likely to uprise against them.

We, the oppressed Muslims, should not stop exposing Saudis, US and Zionist crimes against humanity.  

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Photos: Commemoration ceremony for Saudi Shiite Martyrs held in Qom

http://en.abna24.com/news//photos-commemoration-ceremony-for-Saudi-shiite-martyrs-held-in-qom_938436.html

April 26, 2019 - 3:30 PM News Code : 938436 Source : ABNA24Link: 

 

Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): Commemoration ceremony for Saudi Shiite martyrs held by Hejazi citizens in Qom.

گزارش تصویری/ مراسم بزرگداشت شهدای شیعه عربستان در قم

 

گزارش تصویری/ مراسم بزرگداشت شهدای شیعه عربستان در قم
 

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Edited by Ashvazdanghe

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To the American public:
 
You always ask, why do they hate us?  
 
Do you know your government is fueling Saudi planes to kill Yemeni people? Over 100,000 children have died from starvation from the bombing campaign and sanctions Saudi has imposed on Yemen.  Too bad they are not blond and blue eyed children, no they are just brown Muslims, they don't count as people.
 
Do you know your government supports Mr.. Bonesaw unequivocally in killing innocent people, without trials, simply because they are Shias?  
 
Your government does not care for human rights; oil and military purchases are more important than human beings.
 
To British folks:  [won't hurt the Americans to learn a thing or two about who your government supports and  finances]
This video starts at 3:00.  
With friends like these, who needs enemies? Saudi Arabia is out of control. After the brutal murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, most likely on direct orders from the Saudi Crown Prince and de facto ruler Mohammed Bin Salman, it’s time for the West to sever ties with this regime of criminal despots. The House of Saud assassinates journalists and imprisons dissidents. Its military indiscriminately bombs civilians in the cruel war against Yemen, which has led to a massive humanitarian catastrophe with an estimated 85,000 children dying of starvation. And that’s not to mention the Saudi regime’s oppression of women and religious minorities, or its troubling support for Islamist fundamentalism around the world. Saudi Arabia has long been accused of backing terrorist organisations and funding the extremist schools that provide them with recruits and influence. Saudi Arabia is a menace, and the West should end its alliance with this pernicious regime.
 
That’s the high-minded reasoning of the Saudi-bashers. But no matter how much we abhor the behaviour of the Saudi government, shouldn’t we consider our own interests before ending a hugely beneficial decades-old partnership? After all, as more pragmatically-minded people point out, Saudi Arabia is a crucial bulwark against the dangerous influence of Iran, which threatens the region with its expansionist ambitions. Saudi Arabia also provides the West with vital intelligence in the fight against groups such as al-Qaeda and ISIS. And while we may not like the conservative form of Islam practised in the Kingdom, is that any of our business? If it is, shouldn’t we support its reform-minded Crown Prince? After all, he has lifted the ban on Saudi women driving, allowed cinemas to reopen for the first time in 35 years, and has promised to introduce a more moderate form of Islam to the Kingdom. Shouldn’t the West give him a chance? The BBC’s star international correspondent Lyse Doucet chaired a line-up of Middle East experts. Who’s right and who’s wrong? Hear the arguments and decide for yourself.

 

 

 
 
The U.N. human rights office on Wednesday condemned the beheadings of 37 Saudi nationals across the kingdom this week, saying most were minority Shi'ite Muslims who may not have had fair trials and at least three were minors when sentenced. Saudi Arabia, which said on Tuesday it had carried out the executions over terrorism crimes, has come under increasing global scrutiny over its human rights record since the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year at the kingdom's Istanbul consulate and the detention of women's rights activists.
 
Spokeswoman for the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) Ravina Shamdasani said United Nations rapporteurs had expressed concern about a lack of due process and fair trial guarantees amid allegations that confessions were obtained through torture.
 

 

 

Saudi Arabia executed 37 people yesterday and publically pinned one of the headless bodies to a pole as a warning. Is it time for the United Kingdom to stop turning a blind eye to these human rights abuses?

 

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http://fa.abna24.com/news/کاریکاتور/کاریکاتور-بن-سلمان؛-شاهزاده-اعدام_750820.html

 

Kashmiri Shia cleric:‎

Saudi Arabia targeted Shiites, especially scholars

http://en.abna24.com/news//Saudi-arabia-targeted-shiites-especially-scholars_938542.html

April 27, 2019 - 4:54 PM News Code : 938542 Source : ABNA24Link: 

Saudi Arabia targeted Shiites, especially scholars

 

The president of ‎‎Anjuman-e ‎Shari’ Shi’ayan in Jammu and Kashmir said that the House of Saud targeted ‎Shia's, especially Shia scholars, as part of a planned conspiracy against the country’s ‎Shia minority and a means to crush their dissent. ‎

Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): Hujjat al-Islam Sayyed Mohammed-Hadi al-Musawi al-Safawi, ‎the president of ‎‎Anjuman-e ‎Shari’ Shi’ayan in Jammu and Kashmir, ‎expressed his anger and ‎sadness over the execution of 37 Saudi citizens including Shia scholar, Hujjat al-Islam ‎Muhammad Abdul-Ghani al-Attiyah, in Saudi Arabia, saying that the House of Saud targeted ‎Shia's, especially Shia scholars, as part of a planned conspiracy against the country’s ‎Shia minority and a means to crush their dissent. ‎ 

Sayyed Mohammed-Hadi said that this is the biggest execution against the Shia's in the ‎history of the House of Saud, in which 34 Shia's and 3 others were beheaded “in connection ‎with terrorism crimes,” as a crackdown led by Crown Prince Muhammad ‎ibn Salman against ‎pro-democracy campaigners, human rights activists and intellectuals ‎widens in the kingdom.‎ 

He said that Amnesty International, a non-governmental organization focused on human ‎rights, has confirmed that Saudi Arabia convicted the majority of those convicted after sham ‎trials that violated international fair trial standards and relied on confessions extracted ‎through torture.‎ 

Sayyed Mohammed-Hadi ‎said that this was the largest number of executions in a ‎single day in Saudi Arabia since January 2, 2016 when the kingdom executed 47 people for ‎terrorism-related crimes in what was the largest mass execution carried out by Saudi ‎authorities since 1980.‎ 

Among those executed three years ago were four Shia's , including prominent cleric ‎Ayatollah Nimr Baqir al-Nimr‎, whose death sparked protests from Pakistan to Iran and the ‎ransacking of the Saudi Embassy in Tehran.‎ 
‎ ‎ 
He ‎said that the government of House of Saud has gained more influence among ‎Muslims and the Wahhabi forces have been able to continue to operate their plans. ‎ 

He ‎said that the oppression of House of Saud against innocent civilians in Yemen, Syria, ‎Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and elsewhere is proof of this. ‎ 

Sayyed Mohammed-Hadi urged Muslims to respond to the enemies’ animosity by ‎strengthening the unity in their ranks.‎ 

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3 hours ago, Heavenly_Silk said:

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This is misleading as the picture shows a Daesh execution in Raqqa, Syria. Doesn’t change the fact that Saudi Wahhabia gave theological and financial birth to Daesh and the rule of injustice is the same. 

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Saudis make me sick. They feed people with one hand and starve them with the other, while dishing out free wahhabi interpreted Qur'ans to mosques all over the world. They really sicken me, bombing Yemen and then donating money for aid in Yemen. I feel ashamed that my prime minister (not that we voted to have her) sold 48 tycoon jets to these snakes.

On top of that, they arrested Sheikh Hassan Farhan Al-Maliki again, a scholar I respect, I don't think he will be released this time.

One day people will rise up.

Our brothers and sisters that were killed by the Saudis died as martyrs, don't forget that. The Saudis thought they were getting rid of trouble makers, but they have not seen what awaits them. Every empire falls.

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3 hours ago, aaaz1618 said:

On top of that, they arrested Sheikh Hassan Farhan Al-Maliki again, a scholar I respect, I don't think he will be released this time.

 

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