Two drug smugglers executed in Saudi Arabia
(MENAFN) Two men were executed in Saudi Arabia for smuggling drugs in Qurayyat governorate of Jouf region as announced by the Ministry of Interior.
Due to their "participation in receiving a large quantity of amphetamine pills", Palestinian national Mohammed Juma'a Ahmad Anbar and Saudi national Falhan bin Mohammed Falhan Al-Subaie were both executed according to the ministry.
The royal order was issued and the sentence was carried out once they were convicted by the Appeals and Supreme Courts, as the ministry said.
Saudi Press Agency stated, "The Ministry of Interior affirms that the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is keen on combating narcotics due to their harm to individuals and the society, warning anyone who tries to commit such actions to be punished according to Sharia".
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