The Myth of Rights

BBC reports Saudi Arabia is beheading people for using their heads.

An artist sentenced to death for apostasy. Three young Shia Muslims – arrested when they were minors – faced with beheading. And reports in the Saudi press of the imminent execution of more than 50 people.

The country’s human rights record has been back in the news since January, when liberal blogger Raif Badawi was flogged after being convicted of insulting Islam.

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World Report 2015: Saudi Arabia | Human Rights Watch

Saudi Arabia continued in 2014 to try, convict, and imprison political dissidents and human rights activists solely on account of their peaceful activities. Systematic discrimination against women and religious minorities continued. … A Specialized Criminal Court judge ordered the …

 

Human Rights Committee

The Human Rights Committee is the body of independent experts that monitors … UN Human Rights Committee issues findings on Greece, San Marino, Austria, …

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