5 Shia Men Martyred in an Attack on a Hussainiya ( Imambargah ) By an IS Terrorist in Qatif , Saudi Arabia


Injured Shia Men @ Haideria Hussainia , Qatif, Saudi ArabiaJNN 17 Oct 2015 Riyadh : An Islamic State Terrorists has shot Martyred five Shia Men at a Muharram gathering in eastern Province of Saudi Arabia before police shot him dead. Continue reading

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30 Shia Worshipers Martyred at a Mosque offering Friday Prayers in Suicide Blast By IS Terrorists in Qatif , Saudi Arabia


Suicide Attack By ISIS Terrorist at Shia Sect Masjid Imam Ali Mosque , Qateef , Saudi Arabia cJNN 22 May 2015 Riyadh : A suicide bomber has blown himself at a Shia Sect mosque in the east of Saudi Arabia during Friday prayers. Local residents say the explosion has killed and wounded at least 30 people. Continue reading

Oil Pipeline Set on fire By Rebels, Police attacked in the Awamiya , Saudi Arabia


Oil Pipeline in Saudi ArabiaJNN 20 Oct 2014 Riyadh : Gunfire aimed at security forces set fire to an oil pipeline in eastern Saudi Arabia Saturday, official media said, three days after a dissident local Shiite cleric was sentenced to death. Continue reading

Saudi Court sentences two Shia activists to Death


Saudi Shia Protester Sentence to DeathJNN 30 May 2014 Riyadh : A Saudi court on Monday sentenced the 2nd Shia Man to death the son of a senior Muslim cleric after he was convicted of shooting at security forces during anti-regime protests in the kingdom’s Eastern Province, local media said, in the first such ruling in three years. Continue reading

Saudi Monarchy Planning to execute the Jailed Top Shia Cleric in the coming Days


Saudi Protesters Demand Release of Shia Cleric Nemr Al NemirJNN 11 Nov 2013 TEHRAN – The Saudi authorities are planning to execute prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr in the coming days, a group calling itself the Al-Qatif News Network said on its Arabic webpage on Facebook.  Continue reading

Thousands of Shia Men attends the Funeral of the Young Boy Killed by Saudi Forces


Shia Protest the Killing of the Shia Boy by Saudi ForcesJNN 11 Sept 2013 Riyadh : Thousands of people have attended the funeral ceremony of a young man killed in the eastern Saudi Arabian city of Awamiya during a crackdown on dissidents by regime forces. Continue reading

Saudi forces arrest Shiite Men , after Heavy Gunfire , Burning Down their Houses and shops in Awamiyya, Qatif


Saudi Shia Men detained after Burning & Destroying their homes.jpg-largeJNN 30 July 2013 RIYADH: Saudi security forces arrested nine Shiites after a gunbattle in the oil-rich east, one of them wanted over protests among the Shiite minority community, a Saudi-owned newspaper reported on Tuesday. Continue reading

Saudi forces Arrests another Shia Cleric on charges of Espionage , while the Shia Arabian Women Held a Massive Demonstration in the Shiite Majority area


Saudi Shia Women ProtestersJNN 27 May 2013 Riyadh : Saudi security forces have arrested another Shia cleric Sheikh Hassan al-Ziyad in the country on charges of espionage for Iran. While Shia Women also Held a Massive Demonstration in the Eastern Oil Rich Province of Qateef, for the release of all Political Prisoners and in Solidarity with the Bahraini Shia Population ,who are suppressed by the Al Khalifa Regime. Continue reading

Saudi Man dies of Self Immolation , while the Religious Police closes down the Quran learning centers in Shiite Area


Saudi Poor Citizens Demand JusticeJNN 21 May 2013 RIYADH, – A Saudi Arabian vegetable seller, who set himself on fire in the capital Riyadh on Thursday to express discontent over social and economic injustices in the kingdom, has died. Continue reading

Arabian Shiite Warns the Saudi Govt against Prosecutor’s demand of Death Penalty to the Shia Cleric


Protest for the Release of Saudi Shia Cleric Nemr Al NemrJNN 30 Mar 2013 Riyadh : A Saudi prosecutor has demanded the death penalty for prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, while the Shiite’s of Arabia have warned the Saudi Government of the dire consequences , against the move for the demand of Death Penalty to the Cleric , who was arrested last year over calls for the release of political prisoners. Continue reading

Arabian Shia Protest against the Atrocities of Saudi Monarchs in Qasimia and Awamia


Arabian Protest in Qassimia against Al Saud

JNN 19 Mar 2013 Riyadh : Shia Demonstrators in Saudi Arabia have staged another protest rally against the Al Saud regime in central province of al-Qassim, Press reports.

The outraged protestors took to the streets in the city of Buraidah on Saturday, calling for the immediate release of political prisoners including a group of women who were recently arrested.

Earlier on March 1, Saudi security forces arrested over 300 people, including 15 women, in al-Qassim province.

The arrests took place after hundreds of Saudis staged a protest sit-in to demand the release of political prisoners.

Saudi activists say there are more than 30,000 political prisoners, mostly prisoners of conscience, in jails across the Kingdom.

According to the activists, most of the detained political thinkers are being held by the government without trial or legitimate charges and that they were arrested for merely looking suspicious.

Some of the detainees are reported to be held without trial for more than 16 years.

Attempting to incite the public against the government and the allegiance to foreign entities are usually the ready-made charges against the dissidents.

In Saudi Arabia, protests and political gatherings of any kind are prohibited.

Since February 2011, protesters have held demonstrations on an almost regular basis in Saudi Arabia primarily calling for the release of all political prisoners, freedom of expression and assembly, and an end to widespread discrimination.

However, the demonstrations have turned into protests against the repressive Al Saud regime, especially after November 2011, when Saudi security forces killed five protesters and injured many others in the country’s Eastern Province.

In another Protest , On Friday, Saudi protesters once again took to the streets of Awamiyah located in the Qatif region, in Saudi Arabia’s oil-rich Eastern Province.

They shouted anti-regime slogans during the demonstration to condemn Riyadh’s ongoing crackdown on protests and activists in the country.

The demonstrators also voiced their solidarity with Hussein al-Rabie, an activist who has been arrested by Saudi regime forces, calling for his immediate release.

Since February 2011, protesters have held demonstrations on an almost regular basis in Saudi Arabia, mainly in the Qatif region and the town of Awamiyah in Eastern Province, primarily calling for the release of all political prisoners, freedom of expression and assembly, and an end to widespread discrimination.

Saudi regime forces have also arrested dozens of people including prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr.

Saudi authorities warned in October 2012 that they would deal ‘firmly’ with anti-regime demonstrations. Amnesty International slammed the warning and urged the authorities to “withdraw their threat.”

A Saudi preacher has called for reforms in the Kingdom, warning that denying the rights of people is increasing tensions across the country.

“The people have aspirations, demands and rights and they will not stay silent on total or partial confiscation of their rights. When you lose hope, you can do anything,” Salman al-Auda said in an open letter on Saturday.

The preacher, who is from the Sahwa movement, called for reforms and the coming of “a new horizon” for Saudi Arabia.

Auda warned that growing tension in the kingdom was due to “corruption, unemployment, poor housing, weak health and educational services and a lack of political reforms.”

He criticized regime crackdown on protesters, saying, “A security solution would only aggravate the situation and block the path to reforms.”

Auda called for the immediate release of human rights activists and political prisoners, saying that their detention will only “increase the bitterness, the desire for revenge and mushrooming of jihadist thinking in prisons.”

He also condemned the “continuing practice of censorship” by the country’s information officials.

An independent Saudi rights organization said that about 30,000 political activists have been held in prisons. Riyadh, however, denied the claim, saying there was no political prisoner in the country.

 

Arabian Shia’s Stages Massive Show of Strength in a Demo against Al Saud’s illegal Detentions of thousands of Shias


Arabian Shia Massive Demo against Al SaudJNN 23 Feb 2013 Riyadh : People have once again taken to streets in a Massive show of Strength in the eastern Province of Qatif , Saudi Arabia to protest against the detention of protesters. Continue reading

Arabian Shia’s Hold Massive Rally in Remembrance of Victims of Saudi regime’s Crackdown


JNN 09 Nov 2012 Riyadh : Saudis have massively thronged the streets of the city of Qatif in the east of the country to commemorate 14 people killed by the kingdom’s security forces during an anti-regime protest a year ago,Press reports. Continue reading

Arabian Shia's Hold Massive Rally in Remembrance of Victims of Saudi regime's Crackdown


JNN 09 Nov 2012 Riyadh : Saudis have massively thronged the streets of the city of Qatif in the east of the country to commemorate 14 people killed by the kingdom’s security forces during an anti-regime protest a year ago,Press reports. Continue reading

2 Arabian Shia Protesters Martyred by the Saudi Security Forces in Qatif


JNN 30 Sept 2012 Riyadh : Saudi security forces have shot dead two a Shia Men , a teenager and an activist as they attacked a group of peaceful pro-democracy protesters in the city of Qatif in the Eastern Province. Continue reading

Several Shia Protesters Injured by Saudi Forces shootout in Brutal crackdown in Qatif


JNN 29 July 2012 Riyadh : Saudi security forces opened fire on Shia protesters in the tense Qatif district of Eastern Province on Friday, wounding several as hundreds marched to demand the release of detainees, witnesses said. Continue reading

Tortured and Jailed by Ale Saud, Shia Cleric Nemr Al Nemr starts Hunger Strike


 

JNN 22 July 2012 Riyadh : Relatives of jailed Saudi cleric Sheikh Nemr al-Nemr have expressed concern over his health condition, saying the mistreated Shia figure has started an open-ended hunger strike.  Continue reading

A Prominent Shia Cleric injured and arrested , 2 Shia Men martyred & 20 injured by Saudi forces


JNN 11 July 2012 Qatif :  Saudi Wahhabi forces have shot injured and arrested senior Shia cleric Ayatollah Al-Nemer on Saturday 08 July 2012 at around 5 pm local time in Qatif. While Shia Men were Martyred by the Saudi Forces ,and 20 other Protesters injured by the firing of the Wahabi regime. Continue reading

Arabian Shia hold anti Ale Saud Rally in the Shia Majority Oil Rich Eastern Province of Qatif


JNN 10 May 2012 Riyadh : Saudi Arabia’s Eastern province has been hit by yet another anti-government protest rally in which demonstrators have condemned the long-time rule of Al Saud for its suppression of protests. Continue reading

Saudi Arabia’s repression against its citizens and Sectarianism will change the Shape of the Region in Near Future


JNN 10 Mar 2010 : At least seven young Shiite Muslims have been shot martyred and several dozen wounded by security forces in Eastern Saudi Arabia in recent months. While details of the shootings remain unclear, and the ministry of interior claims those shot were attacking the security forces, mass protests have followed the funerals of the deceased. Continue reading

Wahabi Saudi Forces Attacked Peaceful Shia Protesters , 6 Martyred


 JNN 24 Nov 2011 Two men were shot martyred during renewed Shiite protests in the Shiite Qatif region of Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province, bringing the death toll of the country’s latest protests to five, the interior ministry said Thursday. Continue reading

Arabian Shia’s Protest for the Urgent Withdrawl of Ale Saud’s forces from Bahrain


JNN 10 April 2011 : Hundreds of  Arabian Shia’s  have demonstrated to denounce the presence of Ale Saud’s forces in Bahrain, where they are  helping  the Al Khalifa family  to crack down on Bahraini  protesters. Continue reading

Arabian Shia's Protest for the Urgent Withdrawl of Ale Saud's forces from Bahrain


JNN 10 April 2011 : Hundreds of  Arabian Shia’s  have demonstrated to denounce the presence of Ale Saud’s forces in Bahrain, where they are  helping  the Al Khalifa family  to crack down on Bahraini  protesters. Continue reading

Saudi’s Wahabi creating Sectarian Divide in Muslims to Prolong their Monarchy


JNN 30 Mar 2011 : Saudi Arabia should immediately release protesters and critics arrested and detained without charge over the past weeks, Human Rights Watch said today. More than 100 people have been arrested in the Qatif district, and about 45 in the al-Ahsa’ district, both Shia population centers in the kingdom’s Eastern Province. A smaller number of people have been arrested in Riyadh and Qasim governorates. Continue reading

Saudi's Wahabi creating Sectarian Divide in Muslims to Prolong their Monarchy


JNN 30 Mar 2011 : Saudi Arabia should immediately release protesters and critics arrested and detained without charge over the past weeks, Human Rights Watch said today. More than 100 people have been arrested in the Qatif district, and about 45 in the al-Ahsa’ district, both Shia population centers in the kingdom’s Eastern Province. A smaller number of people have been arrested in Riyadh and Qasim governorates. Continue reading

Saudi Wahabi’s trying to crush the Popular Uprising ,while the Shia’s Defied the Ban


JNN 10 Mar 2011 : Saudi Wahabi Security forces Used live bullets to disperse the Rally of Hundreds of Shia Protesters demanding the release of the prisoners , which are being imprisoned since the 1996 Bombing of Khobar , the protesters demanded King Abdullah for release of nine “forgotten” detainees suspected of involvement in attacks against a US military installation in Khobar in 1996 without any trial , as a result of firing by the security forces on the Rally , three Youngsters were injured. Continue reading

Saudi Wahabi's trying to crush the Popular Uprising ,while the Shia's Defied the Ban


JNN 10 Mar 2011 : Saudi Wahabi Security forces Used live bullets to disperse the Rally of Hundreds of Shia Protesters demanding the release of the prisoners , which are being imprisoned since the 1996 Bombing of Khobar , the protesters demanded King Abdullah for release of nine “forgotten” detainees suspected of involvement in attacks against a US military installation in Khobar in 1996 without any trial , as a result of firing by the security forces on the Rally , three Youngsters were injured. Continue reading