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Saudi Arabia Government Executed 37 People Accused Of Terrorism Crime

Saudi Arabia Government Executed 37 People Accused Of Terrorism Crime

On Tuesday, the Saudi Arabia government beheaded 37 people, accused of a terrorism-related crime in a mass execution. Executed 37 people belonged to minority Shiite Muslim.

Additionally, the government pinned their body and head to the pole in order to warn others.

Saudi dissident Ali Al-Ahmad said, “This is the largest mass execution of Shiites in the kingdom’s history.” He runs the Gulf Institute in Washington.

It was the largest number of killing in the kingdom in a single day. The Saudi Arabia King Salman approved mass execution by a royal commandment. He has asserted a bolder and decisive leadership style than previous monarchs.

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Al-Ahmed described this execution as a political motivational message to Iran. He said, “This is political. They didn’t have to execute these people, but it’s important for them to ride the American anti-Iranian wave.”

According to the interior ministry, the executed people formed terrorist cells and wanted to cause chaos. All individuals executed by the Specialized Criminal Court in Riyadh. Also, they were guilty of exploding security installations.

Amnesty international said among those put to death was a young man convicted of a crime that took place when he was 16 years old.

Remarkably, Shiite religious leader Sheikh Mohammed al-Attiyah was also among those individuals.

Most clerics of Saudi Arabia’s supreme council are Ultraconservative Sunnis. They said the executions carried out in accordance with Islamic law.

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US Warship – US Deploying Carrier & Bombers to Warn Iran

US Warship - US Deploying Carrier & Bombers to Warn Iran

On Sunday, the US National Security Advisor John Bolton said, the United States is deploying a carrier strike group and a bomber task force to the Middle East to send a clear message to Iran that any attack on US interests or its allies will be met with “unrelenting force”. Let’s briefly discuss US warship & its need.

Amid rising tensions between US and Iran, Bolton said the decision was a response to a number of troubling indications and warnings.

Bolton said in a statement, “The United States is not seeking war with the Iranian regime, but we are fully prepared to respond to any attack, whether by proxy, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps or regular Iranian forces.”

Washington said in an attempt to reduce Iran’s oil exports to zero, it will stop waivers for countries buying Iranian oil. It has also blacklisted the elite Revolutionary Guard Corps of Iran.

In response, Iran said it has mobilised all its resources to sell oil in a “grey market”. 

The Trump administration’s efforts to impose political and economic isolation on Tehran began last year. It unilaterally withdrew from the nuclear deal. In 2015, other world powers negotiated with Iran.

Bolton, who has spearheaded an increasingly hawkish US policy on Iran, did not provide any other details.

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Additionally, Bolton said, “The United States is deploying the USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group and a bomber task force to the US Central Command region to send a clear and unmistakable message to the Iranian regime that any attack on United States interests or on those of our allies will be met with unrelenting force.”

On Sunday, Iran’s deputy oil minister Amir Hossein Zamaninia said Iran would continue to export oil despite the US sanctions. According to him, these sanctions were neither just nor legitimate.

Further, he said we certainly won’t sell 2.5 million barrels per day as under the [nuclear deal].” “We will need to make serious decisions about our financial and economic management, and the government is working on that.”

A US official said the forces have been ordered to the region as deterrence to what has been seen as potential preparations by Iranian forces. Its proxies that may indicate possible attacks on US forces in the region.

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The US & Iran Labelled One Another’s Army As Terrorist Group

The US & Iran Labelled One Another's Army As Terrorist Group

On Monday, President Donald Trump said that the US will call Iran’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as a terrorist group. This raised the Iranian criticism and chances of worrisome retaliatory attacks on the US. Let’s discuss the issue of the US & Iran labelling each other as a terrorist.

Trump has taken down the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and shared it with Iran’s rival Saudi Arabia. Not just that, he also re-imposed the broad economic sanctions.

Remarkably, it is for the first time that the US has marked another nation’s army a terrorist group.

The step being reinforced with effect from 15th April gets immediate reactions from Iran. According to a TV report, even Iran’s Supreme National Security Council labelled US Armed forced as a terrorist organization.

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Moreover, Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi of Iran calls US decision “a major strategic mistake.”

He also told reporters, “The U.S. military bases and their military forces in the region will be considered terrorist bases and terrorist forces that will be dealt with and confronted accordingly.”

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Iran Flood Caused Heavy Damage – 70 Died & Thousands Evacuated

Iran Flood Caused Heavy Damage - 70 Died & Thousands Evacuated

Iran authorities have ordered to evacuate six more towns in the Khuzestan’s southwestern province due to expectation of further rain. Iran flood is causing heavy damage to lives and land. Thousand of people from around 70 villages have already been evacuated.

The Governor said that rescue teams were helping people to move in nearby shelters including army barracks. While, young men stayed behind to help the rescue operation.

Miserably, 70 people are already dead due to heavy flooding.

“400,000 people are at risk out of the province’s population of some five-million,” said the Interior Minister, Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli.

Notably, there are no evacuation orders for major cities such as Ahvaz with 1.7 million populations.

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The heavy damage is consequence of constructing roads and buildings near the river.

Thankfully, there is no damage to the petroleum facilities of the province.

The country is facing floodwater issue from last 19 days.

Meanwhile, environmental experts say the country is facing floods due to deforestation.

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