Saudis Accused of Mass Slaughtering Hundreds of Illegal Immigrants from Africa

Much sad

Where are the blacks supposed to live???

It seems there is no place in the world for blacks.


Hundreds of Ethiopian migrants and asylum seekers who tried to cross the border were killed by Saudi guards between March 2022 and June 2023.

“I saw people killed in a way I have never imagined.” Last February, 14-year-old Hamdiya was trying to cross the Yemen-Saudi border with a group of 60 people when she heard the gunfire.

“I saw 30 people killed on the spot.”

After witnessing the scene, Hamdiya was in shock. “I don’t know what happened after that,” she said. “I could feel people sleeping around me. Then I realised they were actually dead bodies.”

Her testimony is part of Human Rights Watch’s (HRW) latest report alleging mass killings of migrants at the Yemen-Saudi border by Saudi border guards. The investigation suggests that systematic abuses against Ethiopians may amount to crimes against humanity.

Hundreds of Ethiopian migrants and asylum seekers crossing the border were killed between March 2022 and June 2023.

Hamdiya can now tell her story from the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, where she arrived with the help of other migrants. Although she survived the attack, she says she is psychologically scarred.

“I can’t sleep now. During the night I am so scared. I prefer people to stay awake and talk to me.”

Migrants targeted with explosivesOther ten people interviewed by HRW estimated that from 11 attempted crossings with a total of 1,278 migrants, they had seen at least 655 deaths.

“There are definitely many more deaths because it’s impossible to get an accurate figure. It’s an inaccessible area and we are interviewing people who have just fled a scene of absolute horror, they’re devastated,” Nadia Hardman, a researcher in the refugee and migrant rights division at HRW, told Euronews.

One of the survivors explained that from his group of more than 170 people, 90 were killed: “Some returned to that place to pick up the dead bodies.”

Yeah, I do that sometimes.

A couple days ago, I had to kill this bisexual fetishist wizard named Gale by pushing him off a cliff. It was only later I returned to loot his corpse.

The report states that Saudi border guards have used “explosive weapons” to kill many migrants at close range, including women and children.

“HRW has been documenting killings since 2014, but they were irregular and infrequent. When we started investigating, we didn’t expect this to be so gore,” Hardman said.

“We didn’t expect to say that (the killings) are widespread and systematic and could amount to a crime against humanity because the scale is incredible,” she added.

Yeah, well.

Actually, this whole thing sounds fake.

I’m not seeing any evidence here.

Saudi just made peace with Iran and is aligning itself with China, then all of a sudden they are accused of some kind of genocide, and there is no evidence. Similar to how China is being accused of a genocide where, suspiciously, there is no evidence.

It’s almost like all of these Jewish groups work together with the media to defame anyone who goes against Jewish interests.

(Seriously, it is insane that HRW is still quoted by the media. These people have been caught making shit up out of thin air nearly as many times as the ADL/SPLC.)

According to HRW’s findings, in a number of situations, Saudi border guards asked migrants which part of their body to shoot, and then shot them at a close range. They also fired explosive weapons at migrants trying to flee back to Yemen.


What kind of “explosive weapons”?

Like, RPGs?

Did they stack their shoes in a pile afterwards?

All this while Saudi Arabia has “invested heavily in deflecting attention from its abysmal human rights record at home and abroad”, spending billions of dollars on major entertainment, cultural, and sporting events.

The Somalia-Yemen-Saudi Arabia route is one of the most dangerous in the world. Many Ethiopians try to cross the Somali border and then set sail for Yemen. From there, they cross into Saudi Arabia in search of a better life.

“Ethiopians don’t have much choice. There’s a smuggling and trafficking network that is quite polished and there’s the promise of job opportunities in Saudi Arabia. Those job opportunities do exist,” said Hardman.

“It’s always been understood that this is an extremely dangerous route, but I don’t think people are aware of the level of brutality and the extent of the deaths,” she added.

According to the International Organisation for Migration, only 30% of those trying to find work in Saudi Arabia are aware that Yemen – the country they must cross – is in its sixth year of conflict.

Wait, what?

You’ve had a war in a country right next to you for 6 years, and most people haven’t found out about it?

You couldn’t even Google the place before going there?

What’s the average IQ in Ethiopia?

Okay, that explains it.