Via Jammie Wearing Fool:

Sure, this makes perfect sense. If you’re living in the seventh century.

The man who filmed a woman being publicly beheaded with a sword in Mecca has reportedly been arrested by Saudi Arabian police.

Brutal footage of Laila Bint Abdul Muttalib Basim’s death showed her being dragged through the street and held down by four police officers in Islam’s holiest city.

It took three blows to complete the execution, while she continued to protest her innocence, screaming “I did not kill. I did not kill”.

A policeman assigned to work on preparations had secretly filmed the execution on his mobile phone, Gulf News reported.

The man, who has not been named, will face unspecified charges in a military court as well as in a Sharia court.

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