February 14 Coalition condemns Saudi death sentence on Baharnas
The Coalition Youth of the 14 February Revolution demands the release of two Bahrani youths arrested by the Saudi regime.
On Saturday, the Coalition Youth of the 14 February Revolution urged the international community to take urgent actions to prevent the execution of two Bahrani youths, Sadiq Thamer and Jaafar Sultan, who are sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia.
The movement said the lives of Bahrani youths are in danger, calling on the international community, the free and honorable people of the world, and the leaders of the Arab and Islamic countries to intervene urgently to save their lives.
The movement warned against implementing the unjust ruling and death sentence on the youth.
In January, the Saudi court ratified the death sentence on both the young men who were arrested on May 8, 2015, on King Fahd Causeway. Later, the Saudi authorities charged them with "preparing to blow up the bridge linking to Bahrain," but they refuted these claims and slammed them as politically motivated.
#السعودية تصدر حكمًا نهائيًا بإعدام معتقلي الرأي البحرينيين "صادق ثامر" و "جعفر سلطان"— Mohammed Sultan🇲🇫🇧🇭محمد سلطان (@MohamedSultanBH) May 20, 2022
نكرّر رفضنا الثابت لعقوبة الإعدام ونناشد ملك #الملك سلمان أن يوقف العمل بعقوبة الإعدام تمهيدا لإلغائها نهائيا.هذه العقوبة هو فعل لا يمكن تداركه ولا يوجد أي نظام قانوني معصوم من الخطأ القضائي pic.twitter.com/KnUWe91hx7
The February 14 Revolution Youth Coalition warned that the continued executions will eventually lead to the fall of the bloody, fascist dictatorial Saudi regime.
The Movement added that "the masses of our Bahraini people and our people in Qatif and Al-Ahsa will not stand idly by and will not just watch the campaign of executions, the policies of murder, and the genocides that targeted the best of our sons and youth in cold blood."