Theresa May: Condemn Saudi execution of tortured teenagers
Urgent – 37 people were just executed and three more are at risk
On 23 April, Saudi Arabia executed 37 people in one day – including three arrested as teenagers and tortured into "confessions". This is yet another horrific display of brutality by the Saudi regime.
Conducting this mass execution without notice just days after Easter, it appears that Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman thought that this could pass without international condemnation.
Prime Minister Theresa May must prove him wrong and speak up to condemn these appalling executions and call for the release of three others arrested and tortured as teenagers who are still at risk of beheading – Ali al-Nimr, Dawood al-Marhoon, and Abdullah al-Zaher.
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