Velayati criticizes human rights activists' silence over Saudi beheading

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News ID: 56271
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Publish Date: 9:13 - 14 March 2022
Monday, 14 March 2022 (YJC)_ The Secretary General of the World Assembly of Islamic Awakening emphasized: The silence of the so-called human rights institutions is paving the way for increasing crimes, including public killings in Saudi Arabia.

Velayati criticizes human rights activists' silence over Saudi beheadingAli Akbar Velayati, Secretary General of the World Assembly of Islamic Awakening, issued a statement condemning the beheading of 81 people, including several Shiite teenagers in Saudi Arabia.

At the beginning of this statement:
This act and public killing will show the face of the Saudi government more and more, and such a shameful crime will undoubtedly be recorded in history, and its perpetrators, despite claiming to defend human rights, are condemned against the freedom-seekers and right-seekers of the world. These shameful acts will be another proof of their unrealistic and false propaganda.

In another part of the statement, Velayati criticized the silence of the international community and so-called human rights organizations in response to this action and other widespread crimes and oppression against the Muslim nations of the region, including Syria, Palestine, Lebanon, Yemen, Afghanistan, Iraq and ... can be emphasized:
In spite of all these crimes, which are formed by guiding, supporting and paving the way for arrogance and conspirators to weaken Islamic countries in the region, and by repeatedly acknowledging and explicitly acknowledging some Western statesmen, including the United States, as well as pro-reactionary and reactionary countries in the region. Terrorist and extremist groups such as ISIS have been and are in the region, the silence of international institutions and the so-called human rights, the breeding ground for aggression, aggression and increasing crimes, including public killings in Saudi Arabia, must be strongly condemned.

At the end of the statement, the Secretary General of the World Assembly of Islamic Awakening condemned the Saudi action and called on the people of this country to unite the Muslims and the Islamic world to confront these inhumane acts.

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