Maybe Saudi Arabia Law Isn’t All that Bad … Saudi’s Behead, Crucify Convicted Child Molester & Murderer Ahmed al-Anzi
Talk about sending a message to child raping molesters … Maybe the United States should adopt such a policy. It would send a message and prevent the child rapist from ever committing another act, EVER! Talk about taking a bite out of crime. A child molester meets the Islamic sword of justice
Although we are adamantly against the Saudi law when it comes to female child brides and we certainly do not believe any US President should be bowing down before a Saudi King or anyone; however, Saudi Arabia may have the judicial answer when it comes to child raping, molesting murderers.
As punishment for his crimes, Ahmed al-Anzi was beheaded and then crucified in public for all to see. There is nothing like a headless body being crucified in the town square to make child molesters think twice about their evil ways. Of course on cue was Amnesty International coming to the aid of the child killers criticizing the execution. Where was the bleeding hearts of AI when it came to an 11 year old child being molested and hung?
Crucifying the headless body in a public place is a way to set an example, according to the kingdom’s strict interpretation of Islam. Normally those convicted of rape, murder and drug trafficking in Saudi Arabia are just beheaded.
London-based rights group Amnesty International criticized al-Anzi’s execution and crucifixion
Such was the case with Ahmed al-Anzi, a man who molested an 11 year old boy, then strangled him with a rope, and then stabbed the boy’s father to death. Ahmed al-Anzi had been previously convicted of sodomy and possession of porn films, both crimes in Saudi Arabia.
Think this will make one think twice before they become a sex offender? There are no virgins involved in this act, only a beheading and public crucifixion in your future.
Saudi Arabia executed a man for double murder on Friday and displayed his body in public as a deterrent, state media said.
The body of the man, beheaded by sword, was put on a cross in the Saudi capital Riyadh, state news agency SPA said, quoting the interior ministry.
The Qur’an recommends crucifixion as a punishment for those who “spread corruption in the land”:
“The only reward of those who make war upon Allah and His messenger and strive after corruption in the land will be that they will be killed or crucified, or have their hands and feet on alternate sides cut off, or will be expelled out of the land. Such will be their degradation in the world, and in the Hereafter theirs will be an awful doom.” — Qur’an 5:33
One thing is for certain, Ahmed al-Anzi will never rape, sodomize or kill another child again.