Saudi regime forces resumed their attacks against safe civilians in al-Qatif eastern province, waging a violent assault on the nationals of the town of Saihat, leaving at least three martyrs and dozens injured.
The three martyrs were identified as Sadiq Darwish, Hasan al-Abdullah and Ja'afar al-Mbaireek. And according to Twitter activists from al-Qatif, Saudi forces suddenly opened fire late Friday against the citizens of besieged Saihat.
As the sudden attack started, the @Ahrar_TV Twitter account started posting updates that the Saudi regime's fire injured three passersby while they were inside their cars.
According to the same account, several injuries were reported in front of a house in the Kuwait Neighborhood, who were also shot with 50 mlm submachine guns.
Residents of the neighborhood reported several injuries among people that happened to be inside their cars and houses during the raid.
Healthcare centers became full of casualties, some in critical conditions. Additionally, Saudi forces kidnapped those injured from the intensive care rooms inside hospitals.
According to informed sources, the Saudi siege against Saihat lasted for several hours, blocking citizens from leaving their homes due to the continuous fire shots at every moving body in the area.
Meanwhile, Saudi regime media outlets claimed, citing official sources in the kingdom, that "three wanted individuals have been killed yesterday during clashes with security forces in Saihat, in eastern province."
The incident comes just few hours after Saudi authorities executed four activists from al-Qatif who were arbitrarily arrested for participating in the Qatif peaceful protests.
Source: News Agencies, Translated & Edited by website team