Justice and Freedom for the Eastern Province

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Breaking News – BBC reports: Saudi security forces kill four militants in restive east Saudi Arabia Shia-linked gun battles ‘leave nine dead’ FREE Sheikh Nimr Amnesty slams Saudi Arabia over Shia cleric verdict BREAKING- Saudi Arabia sentences 26 dissidents to death Breaking BBC Report -Shia voice discontent at Saudi Arabia’s ruling Sunni Saudi authorities ‘trying to silence activists’ Mass murder in the Middle East is funded by our friends the Saudis Saudi Arabia: Human rights activists face court as crackdown intensifies


Breaking News – BBC reports: Saudi security forces kill four militants in restive east

Saudi security forces have killed four militants in a raid in al-Awamiya in the country's east, officials said. The interior ministry said the men were behind the killing of a soldier there last Sunday. Al-Awmiya lies in the Eastern Province, home to a large and increasingly restive Shia...Read More


Saudi Arabia Shia-linked gun battles ‘leave nine dead’

At least nine people have died in two separate gun battles in Saudi Arabia. In the first incident on Monday, masked gunmen killed at least five people in the town of Dalwah, a Shia Muslim area in eastern Saudi Arabia. On Tuesday in a shootout believed to be linked to that attack, two suspected...Read More


FREE Sheikh Nimr

Saudi prosecution demanded in a hearing that took place on Monday, “death by crucifixion" for Sheikh Nimr Baqir Al-Nimr, 55 years old, who has been arrested since last summer for opposing the Saudi regime. Saudi media reported that the prosecution demanded “death + crucifixion” for Sheikh...Read More


Amnesty slams Saudi Arabia over Shia cleric verdict

Amnesty International has criticized Saudi Arabia for handing down a harsh verdict to a leading Shia cleric. Amnesty International said on Thursday that the harsh sentence of Sheikh Tawfiq al-Amr shows the disturbing pattern of harassment against the Shia community in Saudi Arabia. A court...Read More

History of the Eastern Province

The population of the eastern province are of ancient civilisation and history. They hold a different belief system to that of the rest of the Saudi Arabian population. Namely, they follow the Shia school of thought of Islam.

Traditionally, they rely on farming, fishing and other forms of manual labour and trades as their main source of income.

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Why now?

The Saudi Arabian regime is one of the most extreme in brutality against its peoples and is one of the toughest regimes in the world whose evilness extends not only to the residents of the eastern province but to several countries around the world.

The Saudi regime is empowered by its enormous wealth which it obtains from the sale of petroleum mainly found in the eastern province.  The independence of the province would therefore prove extremely disadvantageous to the beastly Saudi regime.

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Our Mission

The Saudi regime restricts the eastern province’s population from exercising their human and political rights as citizens of Saudia Arabia. Indeed, the regime has continuously kept a very close eye on the people of the eastern province for fear of any activists seeking to redeem their human rights.