Shia Rights Watch International Organization has received confirmed news that Saudi Arabia's security forces have executed six Shia citizens of Qatif during a raid in a process that reflects the authorities' indifference to any reform measures that safeguard human rights on the one hand and state security and stability on the other.
The so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Khurasan (ISIS-K) militants suffered casualties in the airstrikes which were carried out by the coalition forces in eastern Nangarhar province of Afghanistan.
In a bid to internalize democracy and human rights in Muslim and Arab countries, the Nonviolence Incorporation released a statement in which it asked the UAE government to reconsider its policies with respect to the arrest of a human rights activist, Ahmed Mansoor, who was charged to ten years in prison for his political activities.
Qatif region in Saudi Arabia has been the scene of fresh bloody violence. Saudi forces have stormed a small village in the Shia-populated region, killing five people and injuring an unspecified number of others.
Iraqi security forces have killed a high-ranking commander of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group and detained more than a dozen other terrorists during a counter-terrorism operation in the country’s northern province of Nineveh as government troops and allied fighters from Popular Mobilization Units are trying to purge the Arab country of the last remnants of the terror outfit.