In his most recent televised speech, Hezbollah’s Secretary General – Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah – blasted the Saudi regime over the unjust and cruel execution of Sheikh Nimr Al-Nimr and 46 other prisoners.

Sayyed Nasrallah called the execution of Sheikh Nimr Al-Nimr by the Saudi regime a “vicious crime”, adding that he was surprised they went through with the beheading; however, he did add that he was not surprised by their sheer cruelty.

The Hezbollah leader accused the Saudi regime of inflaming religious turmoil between the Shi’i and Sunni Muslims – he would later call on Shi’i Muslims to not resort to any sectarian practices that might cause an uproar between both religious communities.

Sayyed Nasrallah did spend a great deal of time offering his condolences to the family and friends of Sheikh Nimr Al-Nimr, calling him a “just man” that dedicated his energy to helping the oppressed.

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Why don’t you post about those innocent people who were hanged in Iran, China, and in many other countries ? In Iran mostly the sunni people were hanged and most of them were very poor people from Afghanistan, nobody demonstrated and burned their embassy and down their flag. if someone do the same like that deceased clerk in iran he would be also hanged