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Intended crucifixion of Ali Mohammed al-Nimr Compels Anonymous to Target Saudi Websites 

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Saudi Arabia’s Government’s decision to crucify Mohammed al-Nimrhas prompted a strong response from theHacktivistgroup Anonymous whenvarious significant Saudi government websites were hacked to show protest over this decision.

Mohammed al-Nimrwas arrested on the charges ofinvolvement in alleged anti-government activities when he was 17-years old.

Critics and campaigners allege that the government is unnecessarily targeting al-Nimrjust because he was related to a well-known Shi’ite campaigner SheikhNimrBaqr.

Mohammed al-Nimris the nephew of SheikhNimrBaqr whowas given death penalty on accounts of “waging war on God” and terrorism-related offences.

Al-Nimrdid lodge a final appeal to courts earlier in September but it was dismissed.

Reports suggest that al-Nimr’scrucifixionand beheading will be carried out soon.

Anonymous’ response was as aggressive as ever:

A video statement was issued by thehacktivistcollective on 22 September in which it was clearly stated that Anonymous won’t...(continued)

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