The sword of executions has not stopped in Saudi Arabia
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The Saudi Interior Ministry on Saturday alleged in a statement that the death sentences were carried out against Hussein Ali Al Abu-Abdullah and Mohammad Khedr Al-Awami, who were the residents of al-Qatif region.
The ministry further claimed that the Saudi nationals “collaborated with terrorist groups, fomented unrest and insecurity in the country, possessed weapons, ammunition as well as rocket-propelled grenades and attempted to disrupt national security".
The Saudi government has also hidden the execution and bodies of Mohammed Abdul Basit al-Moalimi in an unknown location on charges of being affiliated with and spying for the Yemeni Ansarullah movement.
Human rights groups have condemned the executions in Saudi Arabia, saying they were free speech prisoners and Shiites with no connection to terrorism.
Saudi activists have called on the international community to put pressure on the Riyadh government to end political executions of Shiites in the eastern region and some Yemeni prisoners.
Saudi Arabia executed 81 people in a single day on March 12, including 41 Qatif Shiites. According to the reports, seven of those executed were Yemeni, including two prisoners of war from the Yemeni armed forces.
The organization has expressed concern over the health of migrant workers in detention centers in Saudi Arabia and called on international and regional institutions to condemn Riyadh's actions, which violate international charters and agreements.
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