Three Nigerians executed in Saudi Arabia

8 years ago by: kartaz erico
(f) at 11-07-2011 10:52AM (8 years ago)

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Saudi Arabia on Sunday beheaded three Nigerians accused of murdering and robbing a fellow citizen, the interior ministry said in a statement carried by the official SPA news agency.
 
Mohammed Ismail, Abdulqudus Adam and Mohammed Kabir Ali broke into the house of Omar Mohammed Adam where "they beat him and his wife, tied them down and strangled Omar to death," said the statement.
 
Then they burgled their compatriot's home, it added. The beheadings in the western Red Sea city of Jeddah brings the number of executions in the ultraconservative kingdom this year to 31


Read more: http://www.windsorstar.com/news/Saudi+Arabia+beheads+three/5082129/story.html#ixzz1RmxnifiW


Dan_Fulani (m) at 3-10-2011 06:30AM
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Nigerians abroad must remember that they are guests in their country of residence.
They must respect and obey all the local laws or face the consequences. Foreign
countries are not so forgiving of people from other nations who come to their
countries and commit crimes. In some countries, foreigners are treated unfairly
when they commit crimes. And if found guilty, are given tougher sentences.
Besides, most nigerians overseas are too poor to hire good lawyers to defend them.
It makes no sense to commit horrible crimes overseas.

dan fulani
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Merlin (m) at 9-10-2011 04:10AM
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Quote from: Dan_Fulani on  3-10-2011 06:30AM


Nigerians abroad must remember that they are guests in their country of residence.
They must respect and obey all the local laws or face the consequences. Foreign
countries are not so forgiving of people from other nations who come to their
countries and commit crimes. In some countries, foreigners are treated unfairly
when they commit crimes. And if found guilty, are given tougher sentences.
Besides, most nigerians overseas are too poor to hire good lawyers to defend them.
It makes no sense to commit horrible crimes overseas.

dan fulani


spot on! I agree with you.

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babyleslie (f) at 10-10-2011 01:14AM
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 :'( :'( :'(
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abati666 (m) at 22-08-2013 04:19PM
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GOOD FOR THE SAUDI AUTHORITIES
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ela214 (f) at 22-08-2013 04:25PM
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Quote from: Dan_Fulani on  3-10-2011 06:30AM


Nigerians abroad must remember that they are guests in their country of residence.
They must respect and obey all the local laws or face the consequences. Foreign
countries are not so forgiving of people from other nations who come to their
countries and commit crimes. In some countries, foreigners are treated unfairly
when they commit crimes. And if found guilty, are given tougher sentences.
Besides, most nigerians overseas are too poor to hire good lawyers to defend them.
It makes no sense to commit horrible crimes overseas.

you are so rigth,sumtimes i wonder why poeple are so stupid,in a foreign land no matter how comfortable u are  Facts still remains that u are a stranger so  always stand with 1 leg

dan fulani

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