Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Saudi Ministry of Interior announced, in a statement, on Sunday evening, “the implementation of the death sentence against a Jordanian citizen, after he was convicted of smuggling banned amphetamine tablets in the Tabuk region,” according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).
The ministry said in a statement: “Hussein Saeed Abdel Fattah Abu Al-Khair, a Jordanian national, was arrested when he smuggled banned amphetamine tablets, and his investigation resulted in him being charged with what was attributed to him, and by referring him to court, a deed was issued against him containing proof of his conviction for that and a sentence to kill him as a discretionary measure.” And the ruling was upheld by both the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court, and a royal order was issued to implement what was decided by law and was supported by its reference,” according to the text of the statement published by (SPA).
The ministry added, “The death sentence was implemented as a discretionary measure against the perpetrator, Hussein Saeed Abdel-Fattah Abu Al-Khair, on Sunday, in the Tabuk region.”
And the Saudi Ministry of Interior confirmed in the statement that it announces this, “to confirm the keenness of the Kingdom’s government to combat drugs of all kinds, because of the severe harm they cause to the individual and society, and to impose the most severe penalties on the perpetrators, and warns everyone who does that that the legal punishment will be his fate,” according to quoted (was).
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