Friday, January 15, 2016

Zionist justifications of the Saudi festival of executions

"When considering the execution of Saudi Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr, the abovementioned Saudi concerns about establishing the security court too early are important to bear in mind. A primary reason for the inclusion of the sheikh and three other Saudi Shiites among the group of forty-seven may have been to "balance" the execution of the forty-three al-Qaeda-linked Sunnis. This includes both tempering the response of the kingdom's ultraconservatives and appealing to the kingdom's broader Sunni-majority citizenry. "