The bloodshed of Saudis is escalating during the reign of King Salman and his crown prince Mohammed in light of the repeated murders in various ways to impose a totalitarian rule based on oppression and human rights violations.
A few days ago, Abdel Rahim Al Hweiti was murdered, after he refused to forcibly evict his home in Tabuk, in favor of the Neum tourist project, sparking a popular and human rights denunciation.
But Al-Hwaiti’s murder was only a link in a long series of premeditated murders, as international human rights organizations document that more than 35 Saudis were killed in 2019 outside the law in liquidations without trial for allegedly wanted.
Most of them were killed in the predominantly Shiite area of Qatif.
For its part, the international organization “Reprieve” monitored that 800 death sentences were carried out during the reign of King Salman since 2015, including 37 political opponents.
In recent years, the Saudi regime has also been involved in murders and enforced disappearances of opponents, writers and activists, most notably the journalist Jamal Khashoggi, in the beginning of October 2018, inside the Kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul, Turkey.
In addition, dozens of prisoners of conscience who died in prisons as a result of torture and neglect in dedicating the black legal record to the Saudi regime.