Kin pardon killer of Indonesian housemaid

Kin pardon killer of Indonesian housemaid
Updated 23 May 2014

Kin pardon killer of Indonesian housemaid

Kin pardon killer of Indonesian housemaid

The relatives of an Indonesian maid murdered in the Kingdom have pardoned her Saudi killer.
A government order has been issued for the release of Mustafa Al-Asili, 50, after the Indonesian family of the maid accepted SR200,000 in blood money. Al-Asili has spent four years in jail.
Tarahum, the Committee for the Care of Prisoners, Ex-prisoners and their Families, had played an active role in getting the pardon from the relatives of the foreign woman.
Al-Asili thanked Jazan Gov. Prince Muhammed bin Nasser for his assistance.
Tarahum Chairman Ali Zaala said Al-Asili was noted for his exemplary conduct during his incarceration. He had participated in classes to learn the Holy Qur’an and cultural and social events organized in the prison.