Injustice and Apartheid Imprison Bahrain’s Athletes
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“We Will Continue Our Uprising”
“Khalifa, leave the residents of Al Mahraq, its Sheikhs and its elderly. Everyone knows that you are not popular here, and if there wasn’t a need for money, they wouldn’t have gone out to receive you. When will you step down?”
“Jail me three years or 30 – I will never give up.” “I will continue all my life struggling for democracy and human rights.” Nabeel Rajab
30 November, 2013 Defence lawyer, Mohamed Tajer, who is Secretary General of The Bahrain Coalition Observatory for Human Rights was called to Menaba Police Station on 17th November 2013 on the charge of “illegal gathering.” He had held a discussion at his office to discuss the cases of Rihanna al Mousawi (14th February Coalition), Ali more »
Sentencing takes place this Sunday, 29th September with no real prosecution and no defence having taken place. Defendants are accused of “destroying state property.” 6 of 11 defendants in this trial are: Rihanna al Moussawi, Naji Fateel, Director of the Bahrain Youth Society of Human Rights, Hameed Abbas AlSafi, injured with teargas canister on his more »
Please write or Call you Congress-person or MP to help advert another victim of Bahrain’s Courts of Injustice Dr Saeed attended court today(23 September, 2013) with his lawyer Mr Shamlawi. He has denied all charges of insulting the king after being interrogated by the police on 18th September. However, he is recorded as having said more »
Bahrain: Eight Members of the AlMoqdad family in prison; Youngest is 15 years old 13 September, 2013 – Bahrain Center for Human Rights The Bahrain Center for Human Rights condemns the continued attacks on the families of political dissidents, and the targeting of their relatives and children with arrests and trials as part of harassment more »
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Yousif Ali al-Nashmi
"Many things unsettled me. I felt constantly under pressure. The routine was very hard. I had eye problems, I was unable to focus. I was completely alone. I had nothing to do, so I began to play with the ants crawling in my cell. I used to feed them, too. Then one day the guards came and sprayed my cell with insecticide - the ants died. They were all I had" Bahrain Political Prisoner, Amnesty Report 1991.
I met a tree once, called "big tree", it was over 1000 years old. I laid my hands on it and cried in honor for its age, its witness and beauty. As I honored it, it honored me with its majesty. .
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