Saudi security forces arrested six Shiite Muslims in different cities of Eastern province, Qatif, because of participating in an anti-regime peaceful protests to defy their certain rights.
On July 10, 2012 , Saudi security authorities arrested the two brothers "Hussain al-Bahr, 24 years", and "Montazar al-Bahr, 22 years" from Qweikeb district in Qatif city.
The brothers al-Bahr were arrested during the peaceful demonstration, which organized by the people of “Qatif”.
Hussain al-Bahr had been taken to the military hospital in Dhahran with bullet wounds to his back, and, Montazar al-Bahr wounded in his neck with a bullet and taken to the same hospital.
On July 27, 2012, the Saudi security authorities at the check-point of the King Fahd Causeway between Bahrain to Saudi Arabia arrested the Shiite youth Mohammad al-Bahrani, from Qatif city.
In the same day a security patrol arrested the child Abdullah Hussain Al Faried, 13 years, from Safwa town in Qatif.
On August 1. 2012, a security force arrested the youth Ali Al Isma'el, 17 years, from Khmesa district in Qatif city.
He was arrested in the street when he was out of a shopping center.
Ali Al Isma'el is affected with Down syndrome.
On August 2. 2012, a security force arrested the youth "Mohammad al-Jam'an" during his going to his work.
On the other hand, the family of al-Ramadan said that it lost one close family member "Mohammad al-Ramadan, 23 years, from Qatif city for six days, then it knew from others that he was detained in Qatif police prison.