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Bahrain: health workers convicted to prison sentences

Thursday, 29 November 2012 21:13   On 21 November, 23 health professionals in Bahrain were sentenced to three months in prison on charges of illegally gathering during Arab spring protests in 2011. Five others were acquitted. Richard Sollom, deputy director… Continue Reading →

AIl Demands Bahrain Free Prisoners of Conscience Following Verdict “Driven by Vindictiveness”

  Thirteen Men Imprisoned for Exercising Human Rights in 2011 Anti-Government Protest Must Be Released Immediately Contact: Suzanne Trimel, strimel@aiusa.org, 212-633-4150, @strimel (New York) – Amnesty International today urged Bahraini authorities to overturn an appeal court decision upholding the convictions and sentences… Continue Reading →

AIl Demands Bahrain Free Prisoners of Conscience Following Verdict “Driven by Vindictiveness”

  Thirteen Men Imprisoned for Exercising Human Rights in 2011 Anti-Government Protest Must Be Released Immediately Contact: Suzanne Trimel, strimel@aiusa.org, 212-633-4150, @strimel (New York) – Amnesty International today urged Bahraini authorities to overturn an appeal court decision upholding the convictions and sentences… Continue Reading →

I am not LEFT, I am not RIGHT… I am not HINDU, I am not MUSLIM… I am just a Journalist.

My Case: Let the Jury decide By Syed Hassan Kazim in http://kindlemag.in 2012-08-30 This time I am not going to write about any particular incident and events surrounding it. Because in a journalist’s life, there comes a time when he has to… Continue Reading →

Bahrain jails prominent activist Nabeel Rajab for 3 years #WTFnews

  Published: 16 August, 2012, 13:23 Prominent Bahraini human rights activist Nabeel Rajab attends an anti-regime demonstration in the village of Muqsha, Bahrain, December 9, 2011. TRENDS:Arab world protests TAGS: Conflict, Middle East, Protest, Politics,Human rights, Opposition, Police Bahraini Human rights activist Nabeel Rajab has been sentenced… Continue Reading →

Prominent Bahraini human rights activist Said Yousif arrested

  Published: 15 August, 2012, 22:32,  RT News Image from twitter.com by user @SAIDYOUSIF TAGS: Middle East, Human rights   Human rights activist Said Yousif tweeted that he was arrested at a checkpoint in A’ali, a major Bahraini town. Yousif has spoken out… Continue Reading →

Bahrain: An open letter from the family of Human Rights Defender Nabeel Rajab

  To the governments of the USA, the UK and all governments who have influence on Bahrain And to the UN and all Regional and International Human Rights Organisations     (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – My name is Sumaya Rajab, the wife of the… Continue Reading →

Verdicts to be Issued for Bahraini Human Rights Defender Nabeel Rajab

 (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) -On Thursday August 16, a court in Manama, Bahrain is expected to issue a verdict/hear briefs in four cases pending against Human Rights Defender Nabeel Rajab, including Rajab’s appeal over the three-month sentence he is currently serving for being… Continue Reading →

Appeal Bahraini health workers: nine back to prison, nine cleared of all charges .

Friday, 22 June 2012 07:17   Last week, nine medical professionals in Bahrain were sentenced to up to five years in prison for ‘crimes against the state’. Nine were cleared of any charges by the Bahrain High Criminal Court of… Continue Reading →

Bahrain rights leader arrested for ‘offensive’ tweets: BCHR #Censorship

Published Monday, May 7, 2012 Human rights leader Nabeel Rajab is being held in a Bahraini jail because of comments he made on Twitter, his daughter said on Monday. Rajab, head of the Bahrain Center of Human Rights (BCHR), was… Continue Reading →

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