Saudi Arabia Beheading Criminals Every Day While the World Watches World Cup

Saudi Arabia has been on a killing spree, killing an average of one person every day for the last week and a half. While the world has been watching the World Cup, Saudi Arabia beheaded 12 prisoners by sword in only 10 days. This comes on the back of a mass execution of 81 prisoners in March of this year.

Saudi Arabia has not only executed their own citizens, but foreigners as well. Beheading is a common method of execution taught in the Quran. Sura 47, verse 4 says, “So when you meet the disbelievers in battle, strike their necks until you have thoroughly subdued them, then bind them firmly. Later free them either as an act of grace or by ransom until the war comes to an end. So will it be. Had Allah willed, he himself could have inflicted punishment on them.”

Those who would deny the impact of the Quran on the modern brutal beheading practices of Saudi Arabia forget that Saudi Arabia is the capital for Muslims, in the way that the Vatican is the center for Catholicism. One of the tenants of the Islamic faith requires a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia for every practicing Muslim. The green flag of Saudi Arabia has a sheathed scimitar sword, similar to the one that was carried by the prophet Muhammad used to behead Christians who refused to deny their faith. Beheading is not just a practice in Saudi Arabia – it has been adopted as a part of their national flag.

In BTJ’s 2023 Prayer Calendar THE TOP TEN DEADLIEST NATIONS TO BE A CHRISTIAN, Saudi Arabia is listed as the eighth most deadly nation for believers. Sadly, Saudi Arabia is rarely on any lists of nations who persecute Christians for two simple reasons. First, there are so few left to persecute and second, Saudi Arabia has oil and wealth. Saudi Arabian oil has created strategic alliances that allow Saudi Arabia to do things that few are willing to report about due to the power and influence that their oil-wealth has helped them to obtain.

The Christian population for Saudi Arabia is almost made up entirely of foreign workers, so when foreign workers are executed, BTJ takes notice.

We ask for daily prayers for Christians in Saudi Arabia. The few Christians that are brave enough to accept Jesus live in daily risk of being executed by family, friends, neighbors, or the government and need our prayers.

Dr. Eugene Bach is a known trouble-maker with an active imagination and sinful past. He has a PhD, but is not a real doctor, so please do not call for him during a medical emergency on an airplane when someone is having a heart attack. Eugene started working for Back to Jerusalem in the year 2000 after a backroom deal involving Chinese spies, the NRA, Swiss bankers, and a small group of Apostolic Christians that only baptize in Jesus’ name. He spends most of his time in closed countries attempting to topple governments by proclaiming the name of Jesus and not taking showers. From time-to-time he pretends to be a writer. He is not good at it, but everyone around him tries to humor him.


  1. Mary Ellen Gilvey

    One thing the World doesn’t understand is that all MUSLIM NATIONS follow SHARIA LAW and handle matters their way that many find very harsh. The JEWS years ago STONNED to DEATH depending on what you did like have an affair with a married man or a married woman and if you got pregnant before marriage or had sex before marriage or were a prostitute and had sex for money or if you killed someone or raped someone or many other things they found FILTHY and REPULSIVE and UNCLEAN and very IMMORAL. There were many NATIONS that stoned to death and today in 2022 there still some and some even CASTRATE a MAN’s PENIS if you do something REPULSIVE with it or you anger them for what you did with your PENIS. MUSLIMS PRACTICE PURITY and exposed FLESH (skin) is FORBIDDEN. Hair too and your face. That’s why Saudi Arabian Women cover up except their eyes. Men don’t want another Man to take their Wife away and find them attractive and they know their wives by their eyes.

    1. Kuba

      That’s indeed how it is in theory.
      In practice though, most of the executed have no proper trial, are often subject to tortures before their cases and the evidence for their supposed crimes might be no better than just being a minority like Christian or Shia Muslim.
      Surely you can justify anything by nitpicking only the parts you want to talk about, but the law of purity doesn’t apply much to persecution because of faith.


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