Reactions to the atrocious Saudi mass execution crime continue
The atrocity of the Saudi crime of mass execution against 81 people is evident for the whole world to see.
The Political Bureau of Ansar Allah Movement condemned, today, Sunday, the mass execution perpetrated by the Saudi regime against 81 people.
The Political Bureau issued a statement in which it said that "the brutal Saudi regime's execution of 81 people… is a clear violation of humanitarian laws."
It said, "The crime of the Saudi regime is completely against the principles of the true Islamic religion."
Ansar Allah Movement stressed in its statement that the Saudi regime "bears the consequences of these criminal practices in how it deals with prisoners away from any humanitarian, religious and moral guidelines."
Hezbollah: The Saudi regime is at the service of the Zionist entity
On its part, the Lebanese party Hezbollah issued a statement in which it denounced the Saudi crime. It said, "The Saudi regime committed a horrific massacre against dozens of oppressed detainees in the Arabian Peninsula," noting that this crime "is added to its murderous and bloody record of crimes.”
In its statement, Hezbollah said, "The Saudi criminal record extends from Yemen to Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and other Arab and Islamic countries."
It added, "The mass field execution exposes the reality of the regime that practices the worst forms of sectarian discrimination," stressing that "this terrorist regime wears the guise of Islam and claims to serve the Two Holy Mosques and is at the service of the Zionist enemy."
In addition, Hezbollah called on religious authorities and scholars and humanitarian organizations to "condemn this terrorist regime.”
Saudi atrocious crimes exposed
Yesterday, Yemeni political bodies and figures condemned the atrocities of the Saudi regime, which executed 81 citizens, including 41 from Qatif and 7 Yemenis.
Moreover, Iraqi factions considered that the behavior of the Saudi authorities indicates the extent of this "gang's brutality and thirst for blood, and even proves the threat its existence poses to humanity."
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 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."
Saudi authorities have executed on Saturday 81 nationals and residents for allegedly being involved in "terrorism" within the Kingdom.
Saudi media outlets commented on the incident by publishing statements saying that the local authorities "have committed the crime of executing 40 detainees in Al-Qatif in one single day."