Tuesday, 29 September 2015

When German Diplomacy Reach A Moral Rock Bottom !


Shame on Germany and its lack of any human rights ,decency Germany has lost any respect for the word: Justice and has proved it smile and easy all by it self!

Not long ago we wrote of the Saudis who now are holding the highest position at UN regarding
nominations of Human rights matters
Strategic Diplomatic Relations: Saudi UN envoy to remain head of human rights panel makes UN lose credibility!

We also reported on the Saudi verdict to crucify a blogger AliMohammed as mentioned here below.
WE post the official German media note here where Germans Merkel's sickening disregard of
Human dignity or rights show its real face! Especially when its done by US friendly Saudi Arabia that is about as brutal and savage as ISIS.


If I was German I would be ashamed of having this sort of double moral Government who cant even
admit when they protest not only a crucifixion but should protest such a system that allows such
sickening matters to take place day after day !
Thesis what we wrote of the same matter before:
Strategic Diplomatic Relations: US allay Saudi Arabia denies appeal for Juvenile prisoner who faces 'death by crucifixion'


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WARNING THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT  IS MORALY DAMAGING TO YOUR SENCE OF JUSTICE AND MORALE AS IT LEAVES OUT THE WORD CRUCIFYING ENTIRELY!
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The following is what the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs shares with the media:


press release

Human Rights Commissioner on death penalty handed down to Ali Mohammed Baqir al‑Nimr in Saudi Arabia

28.09.2015
Federal Government Commissioner for Human Rights Policy and Humanitarian Aid Christoph Strässer issued the following statement on 28 September on the death penalty handed down to Ali Mohammed Baqir al‑Nimr in Saudi Arabia:
I am increasingly concerned about the situation in Saudi Arabia. The number of executions has risen sharply this year. Whilst, according to official figures, 87 people were executed last year, the figure for this year already stands at well over 100. The Federal Government is working towards the abolition of this cruel and inhuman punishment under all circumstances.

Ali Mohammed Baqir al‑Nimr has been sentenced to death. He is accused of taking part in demonstrations whilst armed. Al‑Nimr was still a minor at the time.

Saudi Arabia is a signatory to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child which forbids capital punishment for minors. I call on Saudi Arabia to uphold the standards of this Convention and to commute the death penalty.