Informed sources told the Shiite News Correspondent that the members of thirty detained Shiaâ€™s were included in the delegation to meet the Saudi-Wahabi;s interior Ministry officials.
The delegation was received by the top Saudi security officials in Riyadh. The Saudi security officials restricted the delegation to meet the Interior Ministry officials and told the family members of detained youth that only three members will allow to represent their demands in the meeting with the Saudi-wahabi interior ministry.
It may be noted here that the Saudi-Wahabi forces were detained the 180 Shia Youths from the last two months in a crackdown against the anti-government protestors. The people detained by the Saudi-Wahabi authorities are writers, social activists, senior citizens and more than 20 boys age of under 17 years.Back to top button
However, the Shia community of Qatif informed that the majority of the Shiaâ€™s detained by the Wahabi-Nasabi kingdom forces were not participated in the protest marches against the Saudi invasion in Bahrain.
According to Human Rights Watch, more than 160 dissidents have been arrested since February as part of the Saudi government’s crackdown on anti-government protesters.