29/09/2015 12:39 BST | Updated 30/09/2015 05:59 BST

Ali Mohammed Al-Nimr And Four Other Activists Saudia Arabia Has Locked Away

Saudi Arabia, a leading representative of the five-member UN Human Rights Council panel, made headlines in August for beheading more people than the Islamic State.

It has also recently attracted attention for planning to crucify a teenager who was arrested in 2012 for taking part in an anti-government protest.

Ali Mohammed al-Nimr was arrested at the age of seventeen, here's his story and four other activists that have been similarly sentenced...

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According to Human Rights Watch, Saudi Arabia continued in 2014 to try, convict, and imprison political dissidents and human rights activists solely on account of their peaceful activities.