Bahrain protests against regime killing boy

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Clashes in Bahrain continue after boy’s death: here.

Surge of Anger as Bahraini Forces Attack Protesters, Kill Teen: here.

Gas canister fired at close range kills Bahraini, 14: here.

In Sitra, Bahrain, security forces killed a teen-aged boy who was demonstrating along with dozens of others who were marking ‘Eid al-Fitr, which is celebrated at the end of Ramadan. At a medical center, family members cried out and embraced the young boy: here.

Bahrain: US Ally Kills Children… So When Is NATO Intervening? Here.

Ongoing US-Supported Repression in Bahrain: here.

Bahrain: The continued use of excessive force against protesters results in a new death and many injuries: here.

Large Protest in Bahrain After Boy’s Death: here.

The head of an Irish delegation that travelled to Bahrain to highlight the plight of 14 detained doctors in the Kingdom has recounted their face-to-face meeting with that country’s acting Health Minister: here.

Former prisoners bear witness to Bahrain’s security operation: here.

Tell the Bahraini King: Kansas City Wants Its Freedom Medal Back: here.

US and Bahrain extend secret defence deal: here.

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  1. Bahrain opposition figure al-Nuaimi dies

    (AP) – 52 minutes ago

    MANAMA, Bahrain (AP) — Abdulrahman al-Nuaimi, founder of one of Bahrain’s leading opposition groups, died Thursday after more than four years in a coma, political leaders said. He was 67.

    Al-Nuaimi spent more than three decades in self-exile from the tiny Gulf kingdom because of tensions over efforts by Bahrain’s Shiite majority to challenge the vast powers of Bahrain’s ruling Sunni dynasty.

    From abroad, he founded an underground resistance group known as the Popular Front for the Liberation of Bahrain, which was inspired by Arab nationalist movements in the 1970s.

    He returned in 2001 after a series of political reforms and established the Bahraini National Democratic Society, or Waad party, a liberal bloc that reached out to both Shiite and Sunni reformers.

    In 2006, al-Nuaimi, a Sunni, was narrowly defeated by a pro-government candidate in a race for a parliament seat. His supporters claimed he was the victim of vote rigging.

    Al-Nuaimi health deteriorated and he lapsed into a coma in April 2007.

    The Waad party and other opposition groups have faced sharp crackdowns since Shiite-led protests began in February seeking greater rights. Al-Nuaimi’s successor as leader of Waad, Ibrahim Sharif, was sentenced to five years in prison in June as part of harsh verdicts against prominent opposition figures charged with plotting to overthrow Bahrain’s 200-year-old monarchy.

    Al-Nuaimi’s funeral is planned for Friday.


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