The office said in a statement: “ The Saudi regime committed a new brutal crime by the murder of two Bahraini youths, Jaafar Muhammad Sultan and Sadiq Majeed Thamer."
The statement held "the Saudi regime responsible for this crime," condemning "the silence and complicity of the puppet Bahraini regime in this crime against Bahraini citizens, which reflects the extent of its dependence on the Saudi regime.
It stressed that "the crimes of the Saudi regime against the people of Yemen, the people of Bahrain, the people of the eastern regions, and other free people inside and outside the country will sweep the Saudi regime into the abyss.
For its part, Al-Haq party urged all humanitarian organizations to assume their moral and humanitarian responsibility towards this crime and similar ones.
It also called on all the free people of the world to stand against the crime of executing political opponents and dissenters of opinion and not to be silent about this crime and the crimes that Yemenis, Palestinians and other oppressed people in the world are exposed to.
Bahrain has witnessed protests since 2011 with people calling for a constitutional monarchy, but they have been suppressed with the assistance of Saudi forces.
In October 2021, Amnesty International reported discretionary death sentences issued by Saudi authorities against Bahrainis, accusing them of smuggling explosives, receiving military training, and participating in protests in Bahrain. The organization said the confessions were extracted through torture.
UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial or arbitrary executions, Maurice Tidbal-Benz, called on Saudi authorities in June to halt any steps toward executing the two men.
The number of such executions in Saudi Arabia this month has now reached nine, with eight carried out in the eastern region, seven of whom were Saudi nationals.
According to official data, Saudi authorities have executed 41 people since the beginning of this year. In 2022, there were 147 executions, more than double the number in 2021 (69).
Saudi Arabia faces extensive criticism from human rights organizations due to its high rates of executions.
Saudi authorities maintain that defendants have exhausted all legal avenues.
Since King Salman bin Abdulaziz assumed power in 2015, Saudi Arabia has carried out over a thousand executions, as per a joint report by Reprieve and the European-Saudi Organization for Human Rights published earlier this year.
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