Saudi Arabia is a vicious exporter of mass terror that is dominated by a "royal" family drenched in blood and hypocrisy.
|Abdullah al-Zaher (left) is about to be executed for alleged participation in a protest when he was 15-years-old. You can|
bet the "royal" knucklehead, Saudi Prince Majed Abdulaziz Al-Saud (right) who was recently arrested with two tons of drugs at a Lebanese airport, won't get the same treatment. In 2004, Prince Nayef bin Fawwaz Al Shalaan was indicted
in the United States for drug trafficking. He was once involved in a 4000 lbs shipment of cocaine. Despite Saudi Arabia's "strict and severe" anti-drug laws Al Shalaan went free.— Ronald David Jackson
Abdullah al-Zaher: Saudi Arabia is about to behead a teenage boy for attending a protest aged 15
Campaigners say Abdullah is the youngest in a group of juvenile offenders sentenced to death as part of a crackdown on political dissent
By Adam Withnall
Saudi Arabia is believed to be on the brink of executing a teenage boy who was arrested at the age of 15 for attending a protest.
RELATED STORY: Drug Smuggling, Rape and Torture - These 5 Saudi Royals All Did Things Commoners Would be Executed ForCampaign group Reprieve told The Independent Abdullah al-Zaher, who is now 19, was the youngest in a group of juvenile offenders put on death row as part of a ruthless crackdown on political dissent in the conservative kingdom.
Previously held alongside fellow juvenile offender Ali al-Nimr, whose case sparked outrage around the world, Abdullah has now been moved to solitary confinement at a new facility and could be beheaded at any moment.
RELATED STORY: Saudi Arabia Beheaded 151, Says It Will Behead Another 50 — Will Any of Them Be the Drug Smuggling 'Prince'In a last-ditch attempt to save their son’s life – and in spite of the danger of repercussions from the Saudi authorities – Abdullah’s parents have gone public with his story.
Speaking to the Guardian, his father Hassan al-Zaher issued a desperate appeal. He said: “Please help me save my son from the imminent threat of death. He doesn’t deserve to die just because he participated in a protest rally.”
A spokeswoman for Reprieve said Abdullah was arrested “for being in the area of a protest” in March 2012, beaten on the spot by police and tortured.
His family and lawyers believe he was forced to sign a document without knowing its contents, and which later was used as a “confession” in the closed trial against him.
Saudi government-aligned media outlets have been carrying reports in the past couple of weeks suggesting a mass execution of 52 prisoners is due to take place imminently.