Anonymous – Operation Nimr #OpNimr

Greetings citizens of the world, We are Anonymous.

Ali Mohammed al-Nimr, a innocent young teenage boy, has been sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia and we will not stand by and watch. Hundreds of innocent people die each year because of the Saudi Arabian government and they will now be punished for their actions. After being detained at a juvenile offenders facility, Ali was allegedly denied access to a lawyer and subjected to torture. Anonymous demands the release of Ali Mohammed al-Nimr.

Campaigners claim he was forced to sign a confession, which has formed the basis of the case against him. Naturally, the sentence was appealed but the appeal hearing was held in secret and apparently dismissed. Now, with all legal avenues exhausted, Ali could be crucified at any moment. Campaigners believe the UK government, who are allies with Saudi Arabia, can do something to stop the execution and are calling for them to intervene. The United Nations has also come under fire for giving Saudi Arabia a key human rights role – despite the country having “arguably the worst record in the world”.

We need your help to spread the word, post on all social networking sites and include the tag #OpNimr, and #FreeNimr, Thank you for all your support.

Operation Nimr Engaged.
We Are Anonymous.
We Are Legion.
We Do Not Forgive.
We Do Not Forget.
Expect Us.

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