Justice and Freedom for the Eastern Province

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Saudi authorities ‘trying to silence activists’ Mass murder in the Middle East is funded by our friends the Saudis HUMAN RIGHTS DAY 2013 Saudi Arabia: Human rights activists face court as crackdown intensifies Saudi Arabia frees man jailed for Muhammad tweets, jails another Saudi Arabia starts trial of 23 Shia activists Saudi forces open fire at people in Awamia Saudi forces arrested 2 Shiite citizens in Qatif Shia man killed by Saudi Arabian police in restive Qatif region


Saudi authorities ‘trying to silence activists’

Source: BBC News   It's new report claims critics have been given travel bans, had their employment terminated, been subjected to smear campaigns, and detained and prosecuted. But they are continuing to voice their concerns, using social media to build networks and launch digital...Read More


Source: BBC News   Habib al-Maatiq has already been in detention for more than a year, and it is reported that he has been released. It is not clear what he was charged with, but he was involved in a website that reported on pro-reform protests by Eastern Province's Shia...Read More


Mass murder in the Middle East is funded by our friends the Saudis

Source: The Independent . By: PATRICK COCKBURN Donors in Saudi Arabia have notoriously played a pivotal role in creating and maintaining Sunni jihadist groups over the past 30 years. But, for all the supposed determination of the United States and its allies since 9/11 to fight "the war on...Read More



As we continue to strive towards a world that acknowledges the rights of all human beings, the Vienna Declaration and Plan of Action, adopted at the World Conference on Human Rights in Vienna in 1993, still sets the agenda for much of our work. The Declaration, which led to historic advances in the...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.