Bin Salman 'sadistic killer', a horrific massacre in Saudi Arabia: Arabian Peninsula opposition
The most recent massacre only reflects the web of lies Mohammed bin Salman has woven in an attempt to whitewash his image.
On the Saudi authorities’ execution of 41 youths that are part of the protest movement in Al-Ahsa and Qatif, the opposition in the Arabian Peninsula stated today that the Saudi regime committed a massacre against dozens of detainees, including 41 from the peace protest movement in Al-Ahsa and Qatif, under the false accusation of committing "terrorist" acts.
The statement added that the Saudi regime pursues its methodology of committing more crimes against innocent people, exploiting the so-called war on terror and making use of the current international situation, where the world is preoccupied with what is happening in Ukraine to carry out a horrific massacre against a group of young people who only exercised their legitimate right of expressing their right to freedom.
The statement highlighted the insolence of the Saudi regime in violating the sanctity of the month of Sha'ban, the month of the Prophet of Mercy, which only consecrates the image of the murderous and brutal regime for the whole world to see.
It also considered that the web of lies that Mohammed bin Salman has woven in an attempt to whitewash his image before the foreign public opinion and present himself as a man of moderation and tolerance has failed badly today with his crime. This reveals that he is nothing but a "sadistic killer who takes pleasure in killing innocents and rejoices upon seeing the pain of their loved ones."
The statement stressed that the blood of these innocent people is the responsibility of whoever is concerned with dignity, justice, and legitimate rights, confirming that helping the regime in its injustice by spreading its lies of recognizing sectarian diversity, religious tolerance, and moderation is only a part of the misinformation campaign that indirectly encourages the regime to continue its crimes against its own people.
The statement read that the regime didn't only kill the civilians physically, but also perpetrated a form of moral killing by listing the names of youths who took part in the peace movement alongside the name of terrorists from Al-Qaeda and ISIS organizations to delude local and foreign public opinion that the death penalty is linked to terrorism. This only exposes the Saudi regime's misinformation campaign.
The statement pointed out that the massacre committed by the Saudi regime is clear proof that all its claims about reform, change, and openness are null and void and represent outdated propaganda that will not deceive people who have moral principles and a heart.
It is noteworthy that the Saudi authorities executed, today, 81 citizens and residents, claiming that they were "involved in terrorist cases inside the Kingdom."