Adam Coogle

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On September 14, local media reported that an appeals court and Saudi Arabia’s Supreme Court had upheld the death sentence of Ali al-Nimr for participating in protests four years ago. He was 16 at the time. Today, he awaits the execution of his sentence, which stipulates that al-Nimr should be beheaded and that his headless body should be strung up for public display.

Among the «crimes» for which al-Nimr was convicted were «breaking allegiance with the ruler,» «going out to a number of marches, demonstrations, and gatherings against the state and repeating some chants against the state,» and using his cell phone to incite demonstrations.…  Seguir leyendo »