Bahrain dictatorship rapes, murders poetess Ayat al-Ghermezi

This is a video, in Arab, with Dutch subtitles, of Ayat Al-Qormezi reading a poem.

A video, which was on YouTube but has been removed there, about Bahrain used to say about itself:

Ayat al-Ghermezi, 20, had recited her poems, in which she slammed the ruling regime and Bahraini Prime Minister Khalifah Ibn Salman al-Khalifah, during protests in Pearl Square in the capital city, Manama, Fardanews reported.

Shortly afterwards, Ghermezi

UPDATE: sometimes spelled Ayat Al-Qormezi

received an influx of insulting and intimidating letters and emails, but when she referred to the police to report the threats, she was insulted and mocked by officers, her family says.

In late March, security forces raided Ghermezi‘s home twice, threatening her family to reveal Ayat’s whereabouts, otherwise they would “destroy the house over your heads, by the order of high-ranking officials.”

After the security forces coerced Gehrmezi’s family into disclosing her hideout, the family heard no word from her, Ayat’s mother said.

When the family started searching for Ayat, the police told them they have no information about Ayat and tried to force them to confirm through a letter that their daughter had gone missing.

In mid-April, an anonymous call was made to Gehrmezi’s family, informing them that Ayat was in coma at an army Hospital.

At the hospital, doctors confirmed that Ayat had gone into coma after being raped several times.

Eventually, the physicians’ efforts failed to save Ayat’s life and she died at the army hospital.

So far, several other women, including doctors, university professors and students, have been kidnapped or arrested by Bahraini security forces.

Since mid-February, thousands of anti-government protesters in Bahrain have poured into the streets, calling for an end to Al-Khalifa dynasty, which has ruled the country for almost forty years.

On March 13, Saudi-led forces were dispatched to the Persian Gulf island at Manama’s request to quell the countrywide protests.

According to local sources, dozens of people have been killed and hundreds arrested so far during the government clampdown on the peaceful demonstrations.

Ayat al-Ghermezi

See also here.

Poem about this: here.

UPDATE 5 June 2011: Ms Ayat al-Ghermezi survived torture, still in danger: here.

Dr Masaud Jahromi, Chairman of the engineering department at Ahlia University in Bahrain, was arrested at 2:30AM on 14th April 2011; having been beaten and dragged from his bed in front of his family. His family, students, friends and colleagues are unaware of his whereabouts and health: here.

The regime of King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa in Bahrain is continuing its reign of terror against political opponents. According to human rights organizations, nearly 1,000 people have been arrested or are missing in the recent crackdown on popular opposition to the autocratic regime that began in mid-March: here.

11 thoughts on “Bahrain dictatorship rapes, murders poetess Ayat al-Ghermezi

  1. Media of all over the world should be ashamed , Her news only on Theran tv or Iran channels.Where is BBC , where is CNN , where is Al-Jazeera.All f***ing saudi wahabis are killing innocent SHIA MUSLIMS , and media have not possitive role about Behrain Musalim . SHAME SAHME TO ALL WORLD MEDIA


  2. Re #3: I agree that there should be reports on Ayat al-Ghermezi all over the world; they should not leave it to Iranian media.

    Meanwhile, The Independent daily in Britain today did report on “disappearing” Bahrain doctors. See here.


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    Author : jaled ali ayoub

    ayat she is a great martir of bahrein, for here family god be with your patient, dont worry that god is the greatest and those savage forces of rapers are the same as their king


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