Tag Archives: Shia rights watch

Guess Which Countries are Spending Most on Arm Forces and Weapons?

SIPRI, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, one of the reliable research institutes that researches into the arm control published a scary report on the increase spending on arms by countries with most human rights violations. According to the report China, Russia and Saudi Arabia are among the 23 countries around …

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Signs of Bahraini Government’s Weakness

Nineteen people were arrested today, April 14th, in different areas of Bahrain; 17 were arrested during a home raid without a warrant from the court, and 7 others arrested on the street. Yesterday, six children between the ages twelve and fourteen were arrested at one of the check points in the …

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Bahrain in March 2014

The Liberties and Human Rights Department (LHRD) in Al Wefaq National Islamic Society reported the Shia rights violation in Bahrain during the month of April. In its report, the organization reported as many as 228 home raids during the month of April that involved confiscation of personal belongings by the …

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Torture Routine in Syria

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, said torture was routinely used in Syria while condemning the violence in Syria in a paper released by the High Commissioner’s office. While government forces, opposition forces, and various other armed groups blame each other for ongoing violence that so far has …

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Pakistan in March 2014

Shia targeted killings in Pakistan claimed 21 lives during the month of March. As activists reported following members of the Shia community were killed last month in this country.       Sahid Ali killed in Karachi on 03-03-2014       Samar Alam killed in Karachi on 03-04-2014       Raza killed in Karachi …

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Commemoration of 1991 Shia Massacre in Iraq

On April 5th, along with the commemoration of the memory of the victims of  1991 Shia massacre in Iraq, Shia Rights Watch department of research on Anti Shiism  begins its operation to gather data on history of violations, abuse and discrimination against Shia Muslims around the world. End of dictatorship …

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Four Car Bombs Attacks in Iraq

Today, 30 were killed and 46 wounded in a series of bomb attacks in Shia populated areas of the Baghdad according to local sources. Four cars exploded: one in Sadr City district, one in Kazimiyah, one in Shaab and one in the Shammaiya neighborhood. Iraqis lost about 9000 people to …

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Universal Empathy: Promising Solution

Need to develop universal human rights respect and empathy can be a promising solution to the growing oppression around the world. Historically many oppressor governments and regimes used foreigners as soldiers to implement so called security rules, to torture in prisons, to investigate antigovernment movements and more. Moreover, they use …

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