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Signs of Failure of the Political Performance in Saudi Arabia

Killing of innocent Shia and systematic suppression by the use of force is a sign of failure of the political performance in Saudi Arabia. Shia Rights Watch, as a human right organization, considers the use of force against peaceful movement, and targeting of human rights activists in Saudi Arabia a …

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Police kills 3 Shia in 24 Hours in Eastern Saudi Arabia

Saudi security forces shot and killed three Shia freedom seekers and six others wounded, when they opened fire on a march in the oil-producing Eastern Province, home to a large Shia minority.  21-year-old Muneer al-Meedani died from a bullet in the chest fired by police while dispersing demonstrators in the center …

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Saudi Closed Largest Shia Mosque in Al-Ahsa

Shia Rights Watch condemns the closure of the largest Shia mosque in Al-Ahsa, one of the Shia city in Saudi Arabia and ask the government to know that the continuing the discrimination might bring unrest to the country. It is the Shia’s right to practice peaceful programs in the month of …

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Saudi Security Forces Killed two Shia in Qatif

Ali Agrairees and Muneeb Aladnan are two Shia killed by Saudi security forces on Wednesday evening 11-23-2011. Security forces intruded the funeral of the two Shia killed this week and raises the death toll to four in Eastern Province since Sunday. An activist said: “Everything was fine until the body arrived, …

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