When we confide ourselves to just our own reality it can often seem harsh and bad, here in Scotland I don’t think most understand how truly lucky we are to be devolved and have a real democracy. I did this blog here yesterday, many like and agree, some don’t see it, that is fine, REALLY 😀 Scottish Government ‘most trusted’ Government in Europe, When I did this blog yesterday some agreed, some didn’t agree. For Scottish people to say, above all other European Countries like Sweden, Iceland and the GOOD Countries that ‘We trust our Government the most’ is testament to the faith and trust we have in each other and our Government here in Scotland as we fight to FULLY detach from the harsh British Union. This is one of BRITAIN’S BEST FRIENDS at work in these video’s and stories below. I see the World as a bad place, I see Scotland as democratic as in DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE AND PARLIAMENT. Tweets from others at the foot of the page as always
Saudi Arabia brutality against its people revealed in video
Via World News Now on You Tube
Brutality of life in Saudi Arabia exposed: Woman who killed stepdaughter screams
Via soonw on You Tube
WARNING: Graphic images. Five bodies of executed criminals are left hanging from a crane as the documentary reveals the hidden side of the secretive Islamic regime and questions UK’s close relationship
A shocking documentary will reveal the brutality of life in Saudi Arabia – where a woman is beheaded in the street and five bodies are strung up in a public display.
Saudi Arabia Uncovered aims to reveal the hidden reality inside one of the world’s most secretive and strict Islamic regimes and questions Britain’s relationship with the country.
In one particularly shocking scene in ITV’s Exposure documentary, a woman is pinned down at the side of a public road by four Saudi officers and executed after she has been convicted of killing her stepdaughter.
The policeman pins her down and decapitates her with a sword after she screams, ‘I did not do it’. In another beheading scene the executioner, dressed in white robes, raises the sword above his head and brings it down in just one sweep. So far this year the country has been executing people at a rate of one per day.
Covertly-shot footage sheds a light on largely unseen corners of life in the Kingdom, where media access is very strictly controlled. Revealed in the footage are prisons in chaos, poverty on the streets, and religious police enforcing fundamentalism.
This undercover footage is combined with personal stories of those inside the kingdom, including activists for women’s rights, and exclusive new interviews from senior British and American figures, to ask if it is time to reassess our relationship with Saudi Arabia. The documentary was filmed for six months undercover and also exposes the extremes of wealth and poverty in Saudi Arabia.
Women are considered to be second-class citizens and police beating women is the norm. In one scene a male supermarket customer violently pushes a woman to the floor for no reason and walks past her.
Another gruesome scene shows five bodies hanging from a pole that is suspended between two cranes. It serves as a public reminder to those who might consider turning to crime. The gang of five robbers were publicly beheaded before their corpses were strung up in public for days.
In Saudi Arabia, blasphemy is punishable by stoning or execution and theft by amputation. If anyone is found guilty of insulting Islam they face 10 years in prison or 1,000 lashes.
The documentary tells the story of the brave men and women who dared to speak out against the Saudi regime.
Saudi Arabia Uncovered, produced by Hardcash Productions, airs on ITV on Tuesday March 22 at 10.40pm.
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