Prominent Cleric warns over Sheikh Al-Namr Execution
Cultural Deputy of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought Hojjatol Islam Val Moslemin Sadeq Qolzadeh in an exclusive interview with Taqrib News Agency (TNA) sternly warned over the execution of prominent Shiite cleric Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr.
“Saudi Arabia is of by far the most aged royal governments which spares no willful effort to countinues its tyrannical dominance,” said the religious cleric stressing the government served the regime of Zionism, laying the ground for its officials so as to fulfill their malignant objectives in the region.
The religious cleric beckoned to the terrifying ordeal in Saudi Arabia amid tight security, consigning the country to political turmoil and noted, “the arrogance has siphoned off much of this countries’ wealth that might have been used to meet the needs of Saudi people.”
According to the religious scholar, people in Saudi Arabia are mired in financial meltdown and are unhappy with their present situation. In his term, “They are deprived of their fundamental rights”.
Saudi officials were faced up to the consequences of their actions and according to Cultural Deputy of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought, the unrelenting violence woke people of their rights and responsibilities, giving a conducive ground to them so as to step up and make a move against the extent of brutality exercised by Saudi officials in the country.
Saudi people broke the precedent and stood against their tyrannical government. “They wanted freedom and human basic rights,” said Hojjatol Islam Val Moslemin Sadeq Qolzadeh stressing such awakening move was led by Shiite cleric Sheikh Nimr.
Cultural Deputy the Islamic Unity center hailed the efforts made by Saudi Shia cleric in fighting with bloodletting and oppression of Al-Saud. He looked up in alarm over the consequences of Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr execution, urging Saudi officials to solve the existing mess the country is wrestling with which reached them to the point of no return.
Back in early March, a Saudi Arabian appeal court approved the death penalty of the prominent cleric. Sheikh Nimr was detained in July 2012 following demonstrations that erupted in the country’s Qatif region. He is accused of delivering anti-regime speeches and defending political prisoners. His arrest sparked widespread protests in the Arab country.
In October 2014, Sheikh Nimr’s family reported that a Saudi judge has found him guilty of “sedition” and sentenced him to death.