Saudi Arabia: Save Ali from Beheading and Crucifixion!

To President Obama, Prime Minister Cameron, Chancellor Merkel, U.N. officials and all world leaders:

Saudi Arabia is about to execute 21-year-old Ali Mohammed al-Nimr and expose his body in public. Human rights experts claim his confession was obtained under torture, he was a child at the time of the offence, and his execution is unlawful. We call on you to urge the Kingdom to stop his execution, and then challenge the appointment of Saudi Arabia to the U.N. Human Rights Council panel. Our world must ensure human rights oversight is in the hands of governments with strong track records.

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Saudi Arabia is about to behead a 21-year-old man and then crucify his body in public. This same country was just chosen to head a UN Human Rights Council panel. What staggering hypocrisy!

Ali Mohammed al-Nimr was arrested when he was 17 for participating in demonstrations against the government, then he was convicted under torture. But his case is not an exception -- Saudi Arabia has executed more than 100 people this year, that’s a rate of one every two days!

After massive public pressure, France and the UK have urged the Saudis stop this execution, but the US and Germany have yet to speak out. The best way to get urgent action is to channel our outrage to these leaders who have influence over the regime. Sign up now to save Ali, and then stop this human rights farce, his execution could happen any time.

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