Beheaded! Saudi Arabia Executes Indonesian Maid

Saudi Arabia, a Zio-USA puppet nation carried out a barbaric act on one of it’s migrant female workers on June 18, 2011. The source of the following news article is taken from here: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/186737.html

Head of Nahdlatul Ulema Said Aqil Siradj condemned Saudi Arabia for beheading Ruyati binti Sapubi, saying that the Saudis are still living in the era of ignorance, IRNA reported Wednesday.

Siradj slammed Riyadh for indicting and then executing the Indonesian national without giving her a chance to defend herself, and described the Saudis as uncivilized.

Sapubi, 54, was beheaded on June 18 in Saudi Arabia after confessing to killing her employer, saying he had abused her.

Saudi officials executed her by sword and then dangled her corpse from a helicopter to make sure the public could see the result of the execution.

The chief of Nahdlatul Ulema further touched upon the difficult working conditions that Indonesian maids and workers face in Saudi Arabia, saying the Indonesian maids working in a non-Muslim country are treated more humanely than in Saudi Arabia. (Pic of Indonesian Maid, Sapubi on left)

Saudi employers do not respect Indonesian maids and use abusive language, he went on to say.

Indonesian Ulema have decided to ban exporting Indonesian workers to Saudi Arabia through a fatwa (religious decree) in the upcoming days.

In reaction to Riyadh’s punishment measure, Indonesian protesters staged a demonstration in front of Indonesia’s presidential palace in the capital Jakarta, slamming the government for failing to protect its migrant workers in Saudi Arabia.

The mistreatment of Indonesian workers, particularly females, in Saudi Arabia has strained the two states’ relations in recent years.

The execution of Sapubi also prompted the government of Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to take stern action against Riyadh.

Saudi Arabia “broke the norms and manners of international relations” by carrying out the death sentence, the president said.

He added that he had lodged a protest with the Saudi government over the execution of the Indonesian citizen.

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Because of my last name, there are some who might think I'm a Muslim. I'm an older student of the bible and I regard myself as Christian-other. That is, I was baptized in a Torah-keeping assembly. I'm one who tries his best to follow Yayshua, the Messiah (Christ) by keeping the commandments, the dietary laws, the weekly Sabbath and the annual Sabbaths (Holy Days) instituted and ordained by the great I AM, the Creator-God of Israel. I reject the holidays and festivals invented by the Roman church. Truth-seeking is my present passion. Presently, I do a lot of research into the World Wars, the mass media, the Holocaust, Zionism, Health Issues, 9/11 and the power brokers who are behind the New World Order that is gradually being established mainly in the Western Nations. Many prognosticators (prophets) both secular and religious are warning us that we are living "On the Eve of Destruction" - the last days. There's a very good chance a nuclear tsunami will eventually visit many nations. Peace and blessings to all who love the truth and hate the lies.
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12 Responses to Beheaded! Saudi Arabia Executes Indonesian Maid

  1. themajor says:

    indonesian government also broke the norms and manners of international relations when they executed an australian citizine in a similiar case when they did not inform the australian government about that issue, she killed the woman she was working for ,for god sake what benifite indonesian government is gonna gain from being informed about such case? do you think they were gonna try to stop it (more than 200 indonesian worker are waiting for execution all over the world and the indonesian government prettend they care about they citizines abroud) the truth is that the indonesian government is using this card in a pathetic manner to make pressure at the saudi government only and only for pure economic sakes,they do not care about their citizens they care only about what fill their walets.

    • ron abbass says:

      Hiya Major! Thanks for your comment. I agree regarding the Indonesian government not coming to the rescue of their own citizens, especially when they are accused of a capital crime. As you noted, the Indonesian government didn’t want to ruffle the feathers of that bastard Saudi government. Peace and Blessings to you and yours.

  2. themajor says:

    have ever been in Saudi Arabia? did you ever speak to some saudi lad about his impression about his own government ? did you ever pay attention for the ohter side of the story ? I well not judge you, but you can not call a government as what you began your intro with and completed it with last post of yours.On the other hand Saudi government is not perfect and no one is. In my opinion that you previously misunderstood i think that if you are in a country you must obey it is law weather you like it or not ,so when a maid kill her own employer with a big knife by beating her on the head repeatedly till death in a barberic pattern and the whole crime is completly proved by evidences then the correct thing to do in a country thay apply islamic rules is capital punishment which is a thing that indonesia is awared of and apply it also. But the whole thing that i would like from you to combrehend is that the whole issue is a pathetic game the indonesian authoreties are playing for pure economic aims and it got no thing to do with indonesia attitude against saudi government or law . ( indonesians and saudis are brothers in islam regardless these political dirty games that we all hope to end) .
    Regards>>the major – saudi arabia

    • ron abbass says:

      Hiya Major. I’ve never been in Saudia Arabia. The only impressions I have of that country is what I’ve read in the alternative internet media. And, it is my present understanding that Saudi is a stooge of the Zionists and the USA and, is therefore, a bastard country. I agree with you, as I noted in my first reply, that Indonesia and Saudia have economic ties and Indonesia didn’t want to jeopardize that economic relationship over the beheading of one of her citizens. I’m not against “capital punishment”, or Islamic law, I’m against the act of beheading for a capital offence. There are more humane and dignified ways to end a person’s life. As a sidenote, Saudia and Indonesia may be Islamic brothers, but they surely do not speak up or defend their Islamic brothers in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Palestine, etc, etc. If a brother doesn’t come to your aid, he is no brother! Gaddafi pointed this out to the Arab League on many occasions. At any rate, Major, wishing you Peace and blessings, always!

  3. themajor says:

    western media is under control of zionist sendeqents and we all remember the bogus of 9/11 which was set up by interior american hands for justifying preceding american terror in Afganistan and also for opening a gate to invade Iraq and the whole thing was decorated by MEDIA .So , media is not always reliable . saudia arabia is an alie for america but on the other hand it is an enemy for zionism and oppose all its prensiples and thougts .you may check the history for more about that.
    For your medical information beheading is the fastest and most convenent execution way.belive it or not.A very sharp sword is used in beheading so as son as the sword dessect part of spinal cord convect loses all sensation gradually till the whole spinal cord is dessected completely which only takes a fraction of a second (for more information check Physiology of CNS).
    On the other hand ,gas execution depends on the prenciple of thirsting the convict till death(average time for death is 13 minutes).
    Hanging depends on affecting respiratory center so convict dies as a result of suffucation (if you see execution vids for hanging you will notice spasmatic motions of convicts which may last some times for seconds).
    Now ,belive it or not beheading is more humane for execution than other methods.(am a med student ^_^)
    The point you mentioned about islamic brotherhood which is diminshed in the last 20 years is true
    and am agreed with you in it .i hope that one day i fight till death against people persecuting my muslim brothers and only god knows that i wish to end my life that way .best regards of peace and blessing to you Ron.

  4. Thomas Chady says:

    she killed her boss . so she deserves it .
    Capital punishment is after all killing people whether it is in Saudi or where ever. In this type of execution people suffer less as compared to hanging or electrocution in other countries Only thing is that in our country authorities wont allow you to see it.

    • ron abbass says:

      Hiya Thomas! Thanks for your comment! I agree with you regarding captial punishment __I’m not against it when the evidence for the capital offence is overwhelming. If you notice the reply by “themajor”, it is similiar to yours. Did you know that after she was beheaded they suspended her body from a helicopter and flew it over the city? I really question that sort of degradation. I realize it was meant to create fear in the collective. IMO, I feel lethal injection is the most humane form of execution. When I was young, our cousins had chickens and we, as kids, watched as their heads were chopped off. Those chickens would run around for about 15 or 20 seconds with their heads chopped off. And, I wondered whether or not if they were, at some level, still conscious of pain. At any rate, Thomas, thanks again. Peace and Blessings to you and yours.

  5. Shakib Ahmed says:

    Saudi King family is a real bastard, enemy of the Arab Nation and the whole world.

  6. Shakib Ahmed says:

    Saudi Arabia, a Zio-USA puppet nation

    • ron abbass says:

      Hiya Shakib! Thanks for your comments. I completely agree with both your comments re Saudi Arabia __ they are filthy Zio-harlots. Eventually, they will be ashes beneath the feet of the righteous.

  7. DC says:

    Just read “Saudi law allows a person to escape the death penalty if the victim’s family accepts payment of “blood money.” In this case over $1M (US Dollars). So, this law is intended for the Saudi rich to kill at will and payoff the families while the poor die? if you want to talk about injustice, this would be a good start.

    • ron abbass says:

      Hi DC! Thanks for your comment. I wasn’t aware of the “blood money” payoff law. As you noted, that is indeed an unjust law and one that benefits the rich Saudis. In the West, we may not have a “blood money” law, but riches/wealth can, at times, deliver one from the death penalty, or obtain a “free get out of jail ticket”.

      Thanks again, DC! Peace and blessings to you and yours.

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