They are preparing to kill another prisoner – let’s make sure we’re ready

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2015_10_30_PUB Ali al-NimrAs you read this, the Saudi authorities are preparing to kill another prisoner – they are currently executing every 2 days. Among those facing death is Ali al-Nimr, who was just a child when he was sentenced to death by crucifixion for the ‘crime’ of protesting.


2015_03_26 PUB Andy Tsege FamilyAfter a year in secret detention, Andy Tsege has been moved to a notorious prison known as ‘Ethiopia’s gulag’, where torture of political prisoners like him is commonplace. This Christmas will be his second separated from his family in London. But just like thousands of us who have fought for Andy, his 8 year old daughter has taken action to free her dad – her letter to the Queen is enclosed.

Ali and Andy need our help, as do many others like them. Many of our clients were tortured and sentenced to death for the ‘crime’ of campaigning on issues that are important to us all – human rights, justice and democracy.

With your support, Reprieve will be there to fight for people in need, whatever happens.

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