RIYADH - Saudi Arabia on Thursday beheaded a Pakistani man for heroin smuggling, the twelfth person from Pakistan to be executed in the kingdom for drug trafficking since mid-October. The sentence against Ismail Khan Sayed was carried out in Eastern Province after his conviction for smuggling “a large amount” of heroin, the Interior Ministry said in a statement carried by the official Saudi Press Agency. In addition to amphetamines and other drugs, Saudi authorities seized almost 18 kgs of raw heroin during the Islamic calendar year that ended in October, according to the Interior Ministry.