A leading human rights group appealed to Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah on Thursday to stop the execution of a woman accused of witchcraft and performing supernatural acts.
Falih's case underscores shortcomings in Saudi Arabia's Islamic legal system in which rules of evidence are shaky, lawyers are not always present and sentences often depend on the whim of judges.
I really have to ask why no country is saying HEY about this. Is it because Saudi controls a lot of oil? I know they speak out when its Muslim countries in Africa wanting to punish woman [edit: by death]for lessor things. These people also thinks it can take sperm 3 years to penetrate an egg,too. That should show their flawed thinking.