Free Raja Al-Hakam
  • Petitioned Government of Yemen

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Government of Yemen

Free Raja Al-Hakam

    1. John Moore
    2. Petition by

      John Moore

      Winthrop, United States

Raja Al-Hakam has been in prison for two years and is now waiting to be put to death as part of a death sentence for a crime committed in self-defense.

Al-Arabiya has reported that the alleged rapist had a gun, climbed her wall and tried to get in her home from the window.

All people must be able to feel safe. All people must be able to protect themselves from attack by those wishing to do them harm.

Stop this injustice.

Want to read more?

- http://www.yementimes.com/en/1619/news/1556/Activists-protest-sentencing-of-death--penalty-handed-down-to-Ibb-woman.htm

- http://freedomnjusticeseeker.wordpress.com/2012/10/22/unfair-ruling-of-raja-al-hakami/

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    • Ahmed Alansi SANA'A, YEMEN
      • over 1 year ago

      I think there should first be true investigation for verification of information, and then the sharing of information with the yemeni community (line of communication is cut)

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    • Sara Alawlaqi CHICAGO, IL
      • almost 2 years ago

      She was just trying to defend herself. What would have been better, if she had let him rape her?! That's messed up! Free raja alhakami!!

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    • Asma Awad DETROIT, MI
      • almost 2 years ago

      Free raja alhakami!!

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    • Ritaj Anwar BLAUEN, SWITZERLAND
      • almost 2 years ago

      I want Raja to be free

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    • amin ali EPP, YEMEN
      • almost 2 years ago

      شخص يريد أن ينتهك عرضها ، فدفعت عن نفسها ، ظلمت بالحكم بالإعدام ، وظلمت من المجتمع بعدم الوقوف معها ، وظلمت من قبل متنفذين في مديرية الحزم ، أسرتها فقيرة ولا تستطيع دفع مبالغ الرشوات والإتاوات في النيابة والمحاكم كما فعل أسرة المقتول

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