Capital punishment in Saudi Arabia - Wikipedia

Capital punishment in Saudi Arabia - Wikipedia

Sweden scraps an arms deal after a diplomatic spat involving its foreign minister and Saudi Arabia.

At last, a Western country stands up to Saudi Arabia on human rights

Swedish foreign minister Margot Wallstrom expressed concerns about Saudi Arabia’s human rights record.

A contrasted set of legal punishments recently announced by the Islamic State with the corresponding punishments in Saudi Arabia, as compiled by Middle East Eye.   Though the punishments are similar, and shockingly medieval, the major difference between the Islamic State and Saudi Arabia, of course, is that the latter is a key U.S. ally in the region – and a member of the U.S.-led coalition fighting the Islamic State.

How Saudi Arabia’s harsh legal punishments compare to the Islamic State’s

How Saudi Arabia’s harsh legal punishments compare to the Islamic State’s: Not as different as you might hope

Historic moment: Saudi Arabia sees End of Oil Age coming and opens valves on the carbon bubble

Saudi Arabia understands that a great deal of global fossil fuel reserves will have to stay underground to avoid catastrophic global warming.

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Saudi Arabia plans to crucify protester as it ascends to UN Human Rights Council chair

Yes, women in Muslim countries are oppressed, but women in ALL countries are oppressed in some way, and you should not be using Muslim women's oppression to try to say that women in western countries aren't oppressed in comparison. This pin is great.

Yes, women in Muslim countries are oppressed, but women in ALL countries are oppressed in some way, and you should not be using Muslim women's oppression to try to say that women in western countries aren't oppressed in comparison. This pin is great.

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Crime and punishment: Islamic State vs Saudi Arabia

Ban on abuse in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia Bans Domestic Abuse

Some Things Can’t Be Covered: Fighting Women’s Abuse Together > The “No More Abuse” Domestic Violence Campaign by the King Khalid Foundation

From flogging to eye-gouging, IBTimes UK looks at some of the cruelest punishments in Saudi Arabia. Around 100 people are beheaded in Saudi Arabia every year, with the country beheading nearly twice as many people as Isis so far in 2015.

From flogging to eye-gouging, IBTimes UK looks at some of the cruelest punishments in Saudi Arabia. Around 100 people are beheaded in Saudi Arabia every year, with the country beheading nearly twice as many people as Isis so far in

Wife of jailed Saudi blogger speaks of fear of punishment

Wife of jailed Saudi blogger sentenced to 1,000 lashes speaks of fear

Wife of jailed Saudi blogger speaks of fear of punishment

The sentence was criticised far and wide with many taking to social media, comparing Saudi Arabia's penal code and punishments to that executed by ISIS. - 2 décembre 15

Saudi Arabia Sentences Poet to Death and Threatens to Sue Critics of Penal System

The sentence was criticised far and wide with many taking to social media, comparing Saudi Arabia's penal code and punishments to that executed by ISIS.

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given 000 fine for defaming Saudi man on messaging app

The Punishment for Reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia | sharia unveiled

The Punishment for Reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia

The Punishment for Reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia | sharia unveiled

Saudi Arabia has executed at least 175 people in the past year, at a rate of one every two days, according to a report by Amnesty International. More than one in four – 28 per cent since 1991 – have been for drug-related offences, and death sentences were also given for other crimes not considered the “most serious” – or even illegal at all – under international standards. They include adultery, “apostasy”, witchcraft and sorcery. The kingdom has rarely commented in public on the harshest…

Saudi Arabia is beheading one person every two days (and set for a new record)

Saudi Arabia executes 'a person every two days' as rate of beheadings soars under King Salman - Middle East - World - The Independent

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