On Monday, Saudi Arabia executed a Yemeni man accused of hatching a suicide attack in the oil-rich nation and of connections to the militant Islamic State group. The interior ministry said in a statement: “Mohammed al-Saddam, a Yemeni national, sought to target civilian gatherings at a public facility under the instructions of the Daesh terrorist organization.” The desert kingdom, with one of the world’s highest execution rates, has been the target of a string of fatal IS shootings and bombings since late 2014.
The number of executions carried out this year is has reached 70. The number of executions had dropped since 2020 after they accused of drug trafficking had started to be executed. However, 2019 recorded the highest number death rate as Saudi executed 184 people in just one year. Earlier, Human Rights Commission declared that court-ordered floggings have been abolished.
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