News ID: 364296
Publish Date: 05 September 2012 - 08:19
Sheikh Nemr Al-Nemr's Brother:
Navideshahed: The brother of detained Shiite cleric and leader Sheikh Nemr al-Nemr stressed that the revolution in Saudi Arabia is alive and people will continue their revolution until the full realization of their rights.

"I think that people's revolution in Saudi Arabia will be continued until people attain all their legal rights," Sheikh Taysir al-Nemr told FNA on Wednesday.

He added that people will continue their move in the right path and the revolution will grow larger after different social spectrums join the revolutionary movement in the country.

As regards his brother's conditions in prison, Sheikh Taysir said he has no information about the health conditions of his jailed brother.

Last month, the influential human rights group, Amnesty International, called on Saudi officials to end violence against the Shiite community and set free prominent Shiite cleric.

Sheikh Nemr was attacked, injured and arrested by Saudi security forces while driving from a farm to his house in Eastern region of Qatif on July 8.

The suppression of Shiites in Saudi Arabia was intensified after the death of Saudi Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud and the appointment of Salman bin Abdulaziz as the new crown prince of the country.

The increased violence and killings in the Arab country indicate that the new crown prince is a more extremist person than his predecessor and he is attempting to massacre the Shiite residents of the Eastern parts of the country.

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Source: Fars News Agency

"I think that people's revolution in Saudi Arabia will be continued until people attain all their legal rights," Sheikh Taysir al-Nemr told FNA on Wednesday. He added that people will continue their move in the right path and the revolution will grow larger after different social spectrums join the revolutionary movement in the country. As regards his brother's conditions in prison, Sheikh Taysir said he has no information about the health conditions of his jailed brother. Last month, the influential human rights group, Amnesty International, called on Saudi officials to end violence against the Shiite community and set free prominent Shiite cleric. Sheikh Nemr was attacked, injured and arrested by Saudi security forces while driving from a farm to his house in Eastern region of Qatif on July 8. The suppression of Shiites in Saudi Arabia was intensified after the death of Saudi Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud and the appointment of Salman bin Abdulaziz as the new crown prince of the country. The increased violence and killings in the Arab country indicate that the new crown prince is a more extremist person than his predecessor and he is attempting to massacre the Shiite residents of the Eastern parts of the country. The End Source: Fars News Agency
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