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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

KUWAITI PRINCE AMONG 7 PEOPLE EXECUTED ALONG WITH PINAY OFW

Arab countries like Saudi Arabia and Kuwait has strong and strict implementation of death penalty. The law will be carried out no matter what social status do you have. In Saudi Arabia, a member of a royal family, Prince Turki Bin Saud Al-Kabir has been executed for killing a Saudi citizen Adel bin Suleiman bin Abdul Karim Mohaimeed. The victim's family refused the offer of "blood money" and demanded that the execution be carried out. Saudi Ministry of interior said that "legitimate punishment would be the fate of whoever tries to assault innocent people and shed their blood."       In Kuwait, an OFW was executed for allegedly killing her employer's 22 years old daughter. The victim sustained 28 stabwounds.  Among the 7 people executed at the same day was a Kuwaiti Prince Sheikh Faisal Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah was sentenced to death in 2010 for killing his nephew, another prince, according to Kuwaiti newspapers. It was the first time that a Kuwaiti member of the ruling Al-Sabah family has been executed. The Prince's crime was premeditated murder and illegal possession of firearms.   Among the executed prisoners was Nusra al-Enezi, a Kuwait national, who was convicted of setting a tent  on fire during a wedding party for her husband and his second wife. The blaze killed more than 50 people.  The seven people executed at the Kuwait Central Jail includes the Kuwaiti prince, A Kuwaiti woman, the OFW, and certain 3 men and two women from Bangladesh,  Egypt, and Ethiopia . With variety of cases including murder and rape.


Arab countries like Saudi Arabia and Kuwait has strong and strict implementation of death penalty.
The law will be carried out no matter what social status do you have.
In Saudi Arabia, a member of a royal family, Prince Turki Bin Saud Al-Kabir has been executed for killing a Saudi citizen Adel bin Suleiman bin Abdul Karim Mohaimeed.
The victim's family refused the offer of "blood money" and demanded that the execution be carried out.

Saudi Ministry of interior said that "legitimate punishment would be the fate of whoever tries to assault innocent people and shed their blood."






In Kuwait, an OFW was executed for allegedly killing her employer's 22 years old daughter. The victim sustained 28 stabwounds.

Among the 7 people executed at the same day was a Kuwaiti Prince Sheikh Faisal Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah  who was sentenced to death in 2010 for killing his nephew, another prince, according to Kuwaiti newspapers.
It was the first time that a Kuwaiti member of the ruling Al-Sabah family has been executed.
The Prince's crime was premeditated murder and illegal possession of firearms.


Among the executed prisoners was Nusra al-Enezi, a Kuwait national, who was convicted of setting a tent  on fire during a wedding party for her husband and his second wife. The blaze killed more than 50 people.


The seven people executed at the Kuwait Central Jail includes the Kuwaiti prince, A Kuwaiti woman, the OFW, and certain 3 men and two women from Bangladesh,  Egypt, and Ethiopia . With various cases including murder and rape.
Arab countries like Saudi Arabia and Kuwait has strong and strict implementation of death penalty. The law will be carried out no matter what social status do you have. In Saudi Arabia, a member of a royal family, Prince Turki Bin Saud Al-Kabir has been executed for killing a Saudi citizen Adel bin Suleiman bin Abdul Karim Mohaimeed. The victim's family refused the offer of "blood money" and demanded that the execution be carried out. Saudi Ministry of interior said that "legitimate punishment would be the fate of whoever tries to assault innocent people and shed their blood."       In Kuwait, an OFW was executed for allegedly killing her employer's 22 years old daughter. The victim sustained 28 stabwounds.  Among the 7 people executed at the same day was a Kuwaiti Prince Sheikh Faisal Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah was sentenced to death in 2010 for killing his nephew, another prince, according to Kuwaiti newspapers. It was the first time that a Kuwaiti member of the ruling Al-Sabah family has been executed. The Prince's crime was premeditated murder and illegal possession of firearms.   Among the executed prisoners was Nusra al-Enezi, a Kuwait national, who was convicted of setting a tent  on fire during a wedding party for her husband and his second wife. The blaze killed more than 50 people.  The seven people executed at the Kuwait Central Jail includes the Kuwaiti prince, A Kuwaiti woman, the OFW, and certain 3 men and two women from Bangladesh,  Egypt, and Ethiopia . With variety of cases including murder and rape.
WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGE. Kuwait execution at the Central Jail.(Photo Credits:Twitter)

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