MECCA – Saudi Arabian government publicly beheaded a women over charges of sexual abuse and murder of her seven year old daughter, PakistanTribe received international media reports.
Reports were received about the beheading of a woman of Burma in Mecca publicly.
According to details the woman who is identified as Laila Bint Abdul Muttalib Basim, who were from Burmese Burma but was living in Saudi Arabia was reported to found involve in sexual abuse and alleged murder of her seven year old daughter was executed to death.
She was dragged in street by four police officers before she was beheaded. A video was also found on internet in which she was shown dragging by police while the woman screamed, “I did not killed,” “I did not killed.”
The Saudi Ministry of interior said in a statement that the punishment is warranted due to the crime.
It is important to highlight that in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) sexual abuse and rape criminals are treated as death penalty.
It is also worth mentioning here that international community protest for the Saudi Arabian behavior for others as it was said that rules are made for foreigners only. The Saudi people found in the same crime are treated leniently whereas others are treated strictly.
The Indonesian government has totally banned its people to work in KSA as maid or servant.
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