A member of the Council of Senior Scholars, Sheikh Abdullah Al-Manea, said that the guardian has the right to punish those who deliberately infect and infect others with the Corona virus with murder.
Al-Manea said, according to Okaz, that leaving the house and gatherings, despite warnings by the competent authorities in the state, is a crime, harm and harm to Muslims and a violation of the orders of the guardian.
In the same context, the former judge and legal advisor, Dr. Saleh Al-Shabrami, said that violating the instructions and instructions issued by the concerned authorities are subject to criminal accountability, and the discretionary punishment, even if no harm results in violating it.
He added that if it was proven that he was intentionally violating a criminal intent to spread this deadly epidemic, then the discretionary authority of the criminal judiciary may impose a death penalty on him for providing the intention and intentionally the murderous act.
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques had issued a curfew order from seven in the evening until six in the morning, from Monday evening (Monday) for a period of 21 days, to limit the spread of the Corona virus.
Yesterday, in its press briefing, the Ministry of Health announced that 119 new cases had been registered in Corona, bringing the total number to 511.