Saudi Arabia Executed 12 People For Non Violent Drug Charges

A reported 12 executions have been completed in Saudi Arabia in the past 10 days for drug offences after two years without any.The report by human rights organisation Reprieve suggests the executions, mostly beheadings with a sword, are still ingrained in the society despite leader Mohammed bin Salman vowing to reduce the practice.Three of those executed were Pakistani, four Syrian, two Jordanian and three Saudi, and all were for non-violent drug charges. They were all men. Another man from Jordan is believed to have been transferred to the prison wing for execution.