Don’t Kill

Amnesty International has renewed an appeal to grant clemency to three Sri Lankans who are under imminent threat of execution in Saudi Arabia. Amnesty International has renewed an appeal to grant clemency to three Sri Lankans who are under imminent threat of execution in Saudi Arabia. Amnesty International has renewed an appeal to grant clemency to three Sri Lankans who are under imminent threat of execution in Saudi Arabia.

“Amnesty International has learned that King Abdullah bin ‘Abdul ‘Aziz Al-Saud is currently considering the death sentences of Sri Lankan nationals D.D. Ranjith de Silva, E.J. Victor Corea and Sanath Pushpakumara,” the international human rights watchdog said.

“If the sentences are ratified, the men could be executed at any time.”

The three Sri Lankans are now held in al-Ha’ir prison in Riyadh awaiting execution.

The inmates say two of them are now suicidal and waiting in fear that King Abdullah will ratify their death any day.

“We were told that the file had been sent to the King,” one of the inmates told LBO. “We are living in fear everyday, last night I dreamt that all three of us were taken away