Meet Ali Mohammed Baqir al-Nimr

Ali Mohammed Baqir al-Nimr[1] (Arabic: علي محمد باقر النمر‎) is a Saudi Arabian who as a teenager participated in the Saudi Arabian protests during the Arab Spring.[2][3] He was arrested in February 2012, sentenced to death in May 2014, and as of 23 September 2015, awaited ratification of his sentence by King Salman of Saudi Arabia, to be carried out by beheading and crucifixion (in that order). Ali al-Nimr is a nephew of Sheikh Nimr Baqr al-Nimr, who was one of 47 executed during the 2016 Saudi Arabia mass execution.

Al-Nimr’s trial was called unfair by United Nations expert Christof Heyns[5] and Amnesty International,[3] who called for the execution to be stopped, as did French President François Hollande and Prime Minister Manuel Valls.


About johnmhummasti

Was the victim of Human Rights Abuses (e.g. Hummasti v Bell, 98-3651-JTC) while a patient in the custody of the US Attorney General and hospitalized under 18 USC 4241 through 4244, et seq.! Interests: Biblical Studies, Talmudic Studies, Dead Sea (Yam Melek [Sea of Kings Soferim]) Scrolls, Scribal (Stam Sofer) Traditions, Cantorial (Hazzan) Psalms (Tehillim). Illustrated Calligraphy (e.g. Ketuvim [Jewish Marriage Contracts], Poetry). Self Published Manuscripts and Screen Plays at yhummastiscribd web site:
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