BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 A.M.) – The Saudi regime forces continued their inhuman siege of the predominately Shiite Al-Awamiya District in eastern Saudi Arabia, Sunday, arresting and shooting many residents that dared to leave their homes.

In addition to harassing residents, the Saudi regime forces have also inflicted heavy damage on the district’s infrastructure, targeting hospitals and charitable organizations that dare to help the people.

In one particular incident this weekend, Saudi regime soldiers filmed themselves on Snapchat firing shots at the Al-Awamiya Charitable Organization building, destroying its security cameras and bragging about it.

With little to no response from the U.N. Security Council and Human Rights Council, the Saudi regime has faced little backlash for their siege of Al-Awamiya, which is similar to their operations in Bahrain in 2011.

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