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Saturday, October 1, 2016

Saudi Arabia executes three for drug trafficking and murder

Public execution in Saudi Arabia (file photo)
Public execution in Saudi Arabia (file photo)
September 29, 2016: three prisoners were executed in Saudi Arabia for drug trafficking and murder.

Amjad Hussein Ashraf Shah - Pakistani National – was executed in Jeddah governorate for smuggling a quantity of heroin.

Another pakistani national, Ayub Khan Manqal Khan, was put to death in the Eastern Region for heroin trafficking.

The Ministry of the Interior confirmed to the public that the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques' government is keen on fighting drugs of all kinds due to their serious damage to individuals and the society and that perpetrators of such crimes shall be legally punished.

Saudi national Saqr bin Shawi bin Meklhaf Al-Saadi Al-Sulbi was executed in the Governorate of Rafha.

The Criminal Court convicted him of stabbing to death his compatriot Talal bin Saad bin Farhan Al-Saadi following a heated argument.

Sources: SPA, GDN Online, Hands Off Cain, September 29, 2016

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