BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:30 P.M.) – A female human rights activist in Saudi Arabia is facing potential execution for protesting the Al-Saud regime in 2015.
According to European-Saudi Organization for Human Rights (ESOHR), Israa Al-Ghomgham could be executed by the Saudi regime if she is found guilty in cout.
The director of the ESOHR, ‘Ali Adubisi, said that she could be beheaded by the Saudi regime if she is found guilty on October 28th of this year.
Ghomgham was first arrested alongside her husband in December 2015 after they were accused of inciting protests against the Saudi regime in the nation’s capital.
If Ghomgham is executed, she will become the first female human rights activist to be killed by the Al-Saud regime.