NGOs Condemn Arrest of Nabeel Rajab
Husain Abdulla, Executive Director of Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain, said: “Bahrain has carefully chosen this timing for Nabeel’s arrest, one week after the UN Human Rights Council’s session ended and on the eve of the Easter holiday.”
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Updates from the Ground in Bahrain
- More than 44 people arrested, including 6 children
- 14 people sentenced to more than 80 years in prison
- More than 33 trials postponed
- Security forces continue to use excessive force including tear gas and shotgun pellets against protesters
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