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Saudi Shia’s rallies express solidarity with Bahraini people

saudi_rallyDespite the Saudi-Wahabi forces banned on the rallies in Saudi monarchy and unprecedented security presence in the cities — Hundreds of people in Saudi Arabia’s eastern cities of Qatif, Safavi, Taroot and Sbehat staged street rallies on Wednesday night to condemn their government’s deployment of troops to Bahrain.

According to the Shiite News Correspondent, The protestors expressed their complete solidarity with the pro-democracy protestors of Bahrain and condemned the brutal crackdown of Saudi-wahabi and gulf countries forces on peaceful demonstrators. The demonstrations were waving the flags of Bahrain and chanting the slogans against the invasion of Saudi forces in Bahrain and Gulf countries and urged them to exit their forces from the Bahrain forthwith.

The protestors demanded of the immediate release of nine Saudi_Shai forgotten prisoners, jailed by the Saudi-Wahabi authorities from the last 16 years.

The anti-riot Wahabi-Saudi forces open aerial firing to disperse the peaceful demonstrators in Qatif at King Abdul Aziz street business center but they have failed to disperse the demonstrators.

Meanwhile, leading Saudi Shia cleric Sheikh Hassan al-Saffar voiced “dismay over events in Bahrain — bloodshed, violation of sanctities and the intimidation of the people.”

“I appeal to (Persian Gulf Arab) leaders … to act and call for an end to the bloodshed and violence in Bahrain and to make every effort to address the current crisis towards a dialogue and a political solution,” Saffar said in a statement.

It is noteworthy that a number of Arab countries, including the State of Bahrain mass protests to demand the ouster of their chairmen and change the system of government, including also to Libya, which has seen since the 17 of February, in an unprecedented way, inspired by the tens of thousands of demonstrators, the events of the revolutions of Tunisia and Egypt, which toppled presidents Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Hosni Mubarak.

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