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    Murtaja Qureiris was 10 years old when he spoke with a megaphone in a concentration. Three years later, he was arrested. Now, having just turned 18 years old, faces the capital punishment.


    It was running 2011. The wind blew in favor of the Arab Spring. Murtaja Qureiris was only ten years old when, in a concentration of children with bicycles, he uttered megaphone in hand a plea: "The people claim human rights." By that episode he was arrested three years later and now, recently reached full age, faces the capital punishment, with the Prosecutor's request that his body be subjected to public crucifixion and dismemberment.

    "Murtaja is undoubtedly the youngest victim of a Saudi judicial system that blatantly violates international law," recognizes to EL MUNDO Maya Foa, director of the British NGO Reprieve. "There are many other young people on the Saudi death row, with an imminent risk of execution for exercising their right to freedom of expression. The Western partners of the Kingdom should demand justice for all of them " she says.
    We can complain all we want about the dictatorship of the politically correct and leftist crazyness, we have that right, but let's not forget the kind of world we live in and how lucky we are after all.

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    Backwards countries like this (Bahrain) are too far off this world. No democracy, no justice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anxiety View Post
    Backwards countries like this (Bahrain) are too far off this world. No democracy, no justice.
    are they?

    maybe Saudi Arabia is a extreme barbarian example, but democracy and justice, although imperfect, are the exception, not the rule.

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    There is no reason why you would defend and justify them killing a little boy. You are delusional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anxiety View Post
    There is no reason why you would defend and justify them killing a little boy. You are delusional.




    me no comprendo

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