Iranian Protesters Damage Saudi Embassy in Tehran

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Iranian Protesters Damage Saudi Embassy in Tehran

Postby xjesgscw on Wed Jan 06, 2016 2:41 pm

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U.S.-based Human Rights Watch's Middle East director Sarah Leah said "regardless of the crimes allegedly committed, executing prisoners in mass only further stains Saudi Arabia's troubling human rights record." She said al-Nimr was convicted in an "unfair" trial and that his execution "is only adding to the existing sectarian discord and unrest."

Al-Nimr's brother told the AP by telephone that the executions came as a "big shock" because &quot,cheap jordans;we thought the authorities could adopt a political approach to settle matters without bloodshed." He urged people to "adopt peaceful means when expressing their anger."

Saudi Arabia carried out at least 157

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