Search: Shia Rights Watch (3 materials)

Samarra siege – the unreported killing of Shia Muslims in Iraq

... once again in the middle of a violent storm as terror militants affiliated to ISIS – the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant – have, since Thursday, attempted to seize control over the city and purge its perimeters of all Shia residents. Shia Rights Watch and representatives of Imam Shirazi Foundation, which have representatives on the ground have both been monitoring the situation very closely, concerned that both the authorities and the international community have failed to grasp the ...

11.06.2014

Indonesia anti-Shia tidal wave - Dangerous trend spreads East

... Indonesia today is but the by-product of Saudi Arabia’ systematic anti-Shia policies, and its insistence in propagating hatred and lies across the Islamic world in order to assert its own stamp, its own authority over all Islamic institutions. Shia Rights Watch, which has since its inception dedicated itself to defending Shia Muslims everywhere and promoting inter-faith tolerance on the basis of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights without any form of religious bias, has now called on ...

02.06.2014

Sowing religious tensions in Bahrain as a defence strategy – a King’s tale

... has allowed the first Christian church to be constructed in Bahrain … By giving a construction permit for the first church and catholic vicariate in Bahrain, the king of Bahrain introduced himself as an open-minded man.” According to Shia Rights Watch – prominent rights organization based in Washington D.C - over 35 mosques have been destroyed in Bahrain since 2011, all in the name of the regime’ state policy against the Shia community. The state began its attacks against ...

26.05.2014

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