Saudi anti-dictatorship struggle continues

This video is about protests and clashes in Saudi Arabia.

DUBAI (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia has deployed more troops in the oil-rich Eastern Province and cancelled some military leave amid worries of fresh unrest by Shi’ite Muslims in the kingdom and regional tensions, Saudi government sources and diplomats said on Thursday: here.

Saudi Shia protesters mourned by ‘thousands’. Huge crowds throng funerals for two Shia demonstrators killed by security forces in rallies following arrest of cleric: here.

Is this the beginning of the Arab Spring in Saudi or just Shia unrest? Here.

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