Saudi Arabia Beheaded 157 People in 2015 Alone And the Kingdom Says God Loves It
It’s estimated that if the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, being governed by the direct laws of God continues with the rate of beheading, the Kingdom will metaphorically be left with less than 100 people in a century to come—as they would have beheaded almost everyone.
Saudi Arabia’s rules of governance which come directly from God’s Sharia Law has been used to behead at least 157 people in 2015 alone.
Just yesterday, the Kingdom executed 47 prisoners convicted of terrorism charges, including a Shiite cleric- Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr who was a central figure in 2011 Arab Spring-inspired protests in the kingdom.
And in all these head cuttings, the Kingdom is sure that God loves it—and in fact, He is happy that they are beheading the bad persons among them, officials of the Saudi government have stated.
According to several advocacy groups that monitor the death penalty worldwide, the at least 157 executions in 2015 is the highest level in the kingdom in two decades.
Amnesty has said Saudi Arabia had exceeded its highest level of executions since 1995, when 192 executions were recorded.
Apparently, world leaders are not saying anything about these beheadings and the atrocities manner in which Saudi Arabia continues to treat those within its jurisdiction because they have calculated that, in a century, Saudi Arabia would have killed all its people by itself—considering the rate at which the Kingdom is slaughtering its citizens.