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    Muslim World Reacts to Saudi Executionsi
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    Zlatica Hoke
    January 04, 2016 1:26 AM
    Saudi Arabia's most recent mass execution, the largest in three decades, has sparked international condemnation. Mass protests against the ruling Saudi family have taken place in many Muslim countries after the execution of 47 people, including a popular Shia cleric. Human rights groups have long warned that Islamic courts in Saudi Arabia hand out death sentences even for non-violent crimes and that trials are secretive and unfair. Zlatica Hoke reports.

    Muslim World Reacts to Saudi Executions

    Zlatica Hoke

    Published January 03, 2016

    Saudi Arabia's most recent mass execution, the largest in three decades, has sparked international condemnation. Mass protests against the ruling Saudi family have taken place in many Muslim countries after the execution of 47 people, including a popular Shia cleric. Human rights groups have long warned that Islamic courts in Saudi Arabia hand out death sentences even for non-violent crimes and that trials are secretive and unfair. Zlatica Hoke reports.


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    by: williweb from: Phoenix Arizona USA
    January 04, 2016 4:11 PM
    That's all we need, more muslims killing muslims!