Stop imminent executions in Saudi Arabia

14 people sentenced to death on protest charges in Saudi Arabia have been prepared for execution and could face beheading within hours. They include a disabled man and two sentenced to death as juveniles.

Munir Al-Adam was born with impaired sight and hearing. In their efforts to extract a "confession" from him, Munir's captors tortured him so badly that he was rendered completely deaf in one ear. Mujtaba'a al-Sweikat was arrested at the airport on his way to take up a place at Western Michigan University in the US. He was burnt with cigarettes and tortured so savagely that his shoulder was broken. He was denied medical care and sentenced to die on the basis of the forced "confession".

The world must tell the new Saudi Prince that these 14 executions are unacceptable and cannot be allowed to go ahead.

Can you sign our petition and call on King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed to stop these executions?


I call on King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammad to stop the imminent execution of 14 people in Saudi Arabia. To execute a disabled man and a juvenile protestor would be an appalling breach of international law.

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