Extract out the booklet—-those acts and inhuman crimes occur regular in Pakistan as well
The following is a report exposing the gruesome, brutal, immoral and satanic acts of horrendous torture perpetrated by the kuffaar Saudi authorities masquerading as Muslims.
This report was issued in 1998 when about 2,000 Mujahideen were held in the torture-hell of the Saudi regime. Today approximately 40,000 brothers including numerous Ulama and academicians are languishing in the most horrid and brutal conditions for which Saudi torture
chambers have acquired infamy and notoriety. – Report issued by Azzam
Publications of United Kingdom.
SAUDI TORTURERS RAPE
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As this news bulletin goes to press, there are stil l currently over 2000 Mujahideen that have been imprisoned in Saudi Arabia during the latest oppression that began a few days before Hajj, 1998.
Azzam Publications has managed to conduct another exclusive interview with one brother who spent some time in a Saudi prison within the last few months. He was arrested when he returned from a land of Jihad, and released after one year, when no evidence of criminal activity was found on him.
Azzam Publications is still in contact with this brother and able to answer any questions relating to it.
We would like to say that what you are about to read is not a fabricated or second-hand account.
This account was taken DIRECTLY from the mouth of the brother who underwent this torture and spoke to his brother inmates. After our last report titled: ‘Torture in Saudi Prisons: Exclusive Report