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    British investigation "rare" reveals "shocking conditions" and a war "secret" inside Saudi Arabia , a Shiite city


    The British newspaper The Independent newspaper published an investigation entitled "Inside a Saudi city besieged by the Saudi government 3 months ago."

    The newspaper says that in a rare investigation of the Western media, including interviews with residents of the region, they have seen the shocking situation experienced by civilians in the eastern region of Saudi Arabia, which is witnessing a secret war between government forces and armed opposition Shia.

    The Awamiyya area was founded about 400 years ago and is inhabited mostly by Shiites and is located east of Qatif province, home to about 30,000 people.

    According to the newspaper, the area is under siege as government forces have erected roadblocks on the roads leading to it. Riyadh's attempts to evacuate the population about three months ago have failed after violent clashes between them and gunmen.

    Since then, the situation has deteriorated rapidly, with residents saying shelling and sniper fire killed 25 people. Photographs taken from Awamiya appear to have turned into ruins, as if they were the streets of Syria, not the streets of an oil kingdom.

    The Independent confirms that it was unable to reach the identity of the Shiite militants in Awamiyah, nor the source of their weapons, not even their numbers, and the sources among the militants from inside refused to comment justified for security reasons.

    "I have documented many conflicts in Saudi Arabia before, but none of them are like what is happening now," Human Rights Watch human rights researcher Adam Kugel told Human Rights Watch.

    "I've seen demonstrations but none of them have seen this scale of armament and violence."

    "The details are few, but the obvious thing on the ground is that there are violent clashes taking place between the state and some of its citizens in one of the Saudi cities, which is unprecedented."

    http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/d49f67ac-90ff-42e5-8feb-fafdd41fd31e

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