Under the gaylike leadership of Jewfriend Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia is experiencing a bullet train ride to absolute Judaism.
Once the most conservative nation in the world by a longshot, the kingdom of Saud has in the last three years made drastic changes to the way the nation is run, as they quickly catch up to the West. This happened only following a plot by the prince to lock up everyone who believed in the country’s conservative values.
In 2017, hundreds of Saudi royals, billionaires and senior government officials were detained in the lobby of a hotel, and threatened and tortured.
They were forced to sleep on crappy foam mattresses on the floor of the lobby.
The claim was that the prince was shaking them down for money, but it is very clear now that he was in fact forcing them to agree to go along with his deranged plot against the entire Islamic world.
After that event, there was no more resistance to the prince’s Jew agenda, and it has unfolded with great speed.
You should remember that Salman is a close personal friend of Jared Kushner, and it was they together who allegedly developed the Israeli “peace plan” which is simply a massive land-grab attached to a bribe.
This is all about getting the region ready for the ascension of the Antichrist, who will rule from the Temple Mount.
With the Saudis on board with their agenda, pacified by sex and nigger music, there is nothing standing in the way of the Jew plot to build a new temple for their coming savior.
You first heard about them giving rights to women. Then they began allowing inter-sexual rap concerts with drugs and alcohol. Now you have them just slowly removing whatever is left of the old system.
They’re now moving to remove corporal and capital punishment, something which marked the seriousness with which they had traditionally dealt with crime.
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has ordered an end to the death penalty for crimes committed by minors, according to a statement Sunday by a top official.
The decision comes on the heels of another ordering judges to end the practice of flogging, replacing it with jail time, fines or community service and bringing one of the kingdom’s most controversial forms of public punishment to a close.
King Salman’s son and heir, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, is seen as the force behind the kingdom’s loosening of restrictions and its pivot away from ultraconservative interpretations of Islamic law known as Wahhabism, which many in the country still closely adhere to.
The crown prince has sought to modernize the country, attract foreign investment and revamp Saudi Arabia’s reputation globally. He’s also overseen a parallel crackdown on liberals, women’s rights activists, writers, moderate clerics and reformers. The 2018 killing of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey by agents who worked for the crown prince drew sharp criticism internationally.
The latest royal decree by King Salman could spare the death penalty for at least six men from the country’s minority Shiite community who allegedly committed crimes while under the age of 18, including Ali al-Nimr, who had participated in anti-government protests. Such activity carries terrorism-related charges in the kingdom for disturbing order and disobeying the ruler.
In a document seen by The Associated Press, the royal decree orders prosecutors to review cases and drop punishments for those who’ve already served the maximum 10 years.
However, the decree states that terrorism-related cases of minors will be tried differently. It was not immediately clear whether these cases would be bound by the 10-year prison limit.
Last year, Saudi Arabia executed a young man convicted of crimes that took place when he was 16 years old. Amnesty International said Abdulkareem al-Hawaj was found guilty of offences related to his participation in protests in Shiite-populated areas of Saudi Arabia.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have long called on the kingdom to abolish the use of the death penalty, particularly for crimes committed by minors.
The president of the Saudi government’s Human Rights Commission, Awwad Alawwad, confirmed the latest decision in a statement Sunday, saying it helps the kingdom establish “a more modern penal code and demonstrates the kingdom’s commitment to following through on key reforms.”
He said “more reforms will be coming,” and that the two decisions “reflect how Saudi Arabia is forging ahead in its realization of critical human rights reforms even amid the hardship imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.”
The decree expands on a previous order by King Salman issued in late 2018, which set a maximum 10-year prison term for minors in certain cases, except for crimes punishable by death. Now the 10-year maximum applies to all crimes by minors, with the possible exception of terrorism-related crimes.
This is so fake and stupid.
Salman is a “reformer” who is very concerned about human rights but also torture-murders journalists who write mean things about them and chops up their bodies.
It’s an absolute sham.
Human rights are themselves a sham, and this just does a perfect job of illustrating that fact. The reason that harsh penalties against crime exist is to protect the “human rights” of the rest of society, who deserve to live in peace. You don’t execute people simply to be mean. That is the thinking of a little child or a woman.
Since we’ve implemented “human rights” in the West, the society has collapsed. Crime runs rampant, because we are more concerned about the criminals than their victims.
This is a small part of the larger agenda at work in Saudi, but it is a significant part.
The bigger issue is the empowerment of women, which will make the country nonviable as an Islamic superpower, and make it impossible for the monied powers there to launch a counter-offensive when the Jewish menace implements its plan to build the throne of its messiah.
They’re on the clock now that the flu hoax has begun the countdown.