International Desk:At one time, Youth King Mohammed bin Salman sought advice from Saudi Arabia’s preacher Sheikh Salman al-Awda for social reforms in Saudi Arabia; Now the head of that preacher is Saudi. Saudi Arabia’s religious preacher may be beheaded on Sunday. International human rights organization Amnesty International has urged Saudi Arabia to immediately suspend the death sentence for the preacher and release him unconditionally.
US media reports in a CNN report that the 202 incident. One day that year, Saudi King Mohammed bin Salman came to the residence of preacher Sheikh Salman al-Awad. The charismatic preacher, Awadar, was waiting at the house to receive the then 20-year-old king Bin Salman.
Awaad’s son, Abdullah Alaod, is a law teacher at Georgetown University in the United States. “We did not consider the arrival of the young king as important,” he said. He was just an ordinary young man.
Despite the ambitious ambitions, bin Salman was considered a novice politician at the time. His father was governor of Riyadh and he was not yet king. In the eyes of the country’s political people, bin Salman was only one of the thousands of members of the Saudi royal family at that time.
Awad’s son, Abdullah Alaodh, said Mohammad bin Salman, now known as MBS, became enthusiastic about the suggestion taken by Awadar to replace Saudi Arabia. Aouda, who was also the governor of Riyadh, met with King Salman today to hold talks on Saudi reforms.
Five years later, on 25, King Salman appointed his son MBS as Crown Prince. Three months after the appointment of MBS, Aoda was arrested by the country’s law and order.
A year later, on September 27, Saudi Arabian prosecutors recommended Aouda, along with seven others, to be executed in terrorism, and recommended the death sentence. The missionary will be brought back to court on Sunday, where he will be sentenced to his beheading.
Awaad’s son, Abdullah Alaodh, said his father was kept in solitary confinement for two years. For the first few months, he was detained at a detention center and tortured. He could not walk, legs were bent, hands were tight. Prisoners hurled food at him from a distance.
Amnesty International says Saudi Arabia has recently made several false allegations against the 7-year-old religious campaigner, despite being involved in peaceful activities. Amnesty International’s Middle East research director Lynn Maloff said: “We are deeply concerned that Sheikh Salman Al-Aoda may be sentenced to death and will be executed by Saudi.
He urged Saudi Arabia not to execute the religious preacher through impeachment trials and release him unconditionally.