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From the Voice of Russia today, about Sitra in Bahrain:
It was also reported that one demonstrator was killed.
From Gulf Daily News:
Bahraini freed from Saudi jail
By Sandeep Singh Grewal, Posted on Thursday, September 15, 2011
A BAHRAINI held in custody without trial in Saudi Arabia for nearly three weeks was released yesterday.
Mohammed Jaffar Janahi, a member of the National Unity Assembly (NUA), was arrested by border authorities on August 27 while crossing the causeway to Saudi Arabia.
“We are glad that Mohammed is free and is back with his family in Bahrain,” said NUA member Abdulla Hashim.
He said Mr Janahi was released following the intervention of NUA president Dr Shaikh Abdullatif Al Mahmood.
Mr Hashim said the NUA head personally took up the case with top officials in the Bahrain government.
“He was arrested by Saudi authorities despite showing them documents from the Saudi Embassy that his name was removed from the blacklist,” he said.
Mr Hashim, who heads the legal team, along with Dr Al Mahmood later in the evening met Mr Janahi at his residence in Hajeyat.
There were joined by friends and relatives gathered to meet Mr Janahi.
At the time of his arrest, Mr Janahi was travelling with his business colleague Ahmed Abdulla when they were stopped at a Saudi checkpoint.
Mr Abdulla then said Saudi police interrogated Mr Janahi for 30 minutes and later said there was an order for his arrest.
Earlier this year, Mr Janahi told the GDN that he was involved in a bad car accident, which required regular physiotherapy and treatment.
Mr Janahi was a prominent human rights activist and headed a committee called Ansar Akhak (support your brother) where he fought for human rights and the freedom of other Bahraini detainees in Saudi Arabia.
They include Abdulraheem Al Murbati, Abdulla Majeed Al Nuaimi and Hassan Yabis, who are still being held in Saudi without trial.
Mr Al Murbati has been detained in Saudi prison since June 2003 for alleged terror links.
His brother Isa was one of six Bahrainis detained at Guantanamo Bay and was released in August 2007 after almost six years in custody.
Mr Al Nuaimi, a former Bay inmate, was detained at Saudi checkpoint on King Fahad Causeway in October 2008 and Yabis was arrested at a Saudi check-point in August 2008.
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Britain: A theory has emerged as to just how the personal website of controversial bus millionaire Brian Souter came to be stuffed deep into Google’s closet of invisibility. It appears that the (probably inadvertent) culprits may have been a group of Bahraini freedom fighters: here.
THE SAUDI royal family is afraid. Very, very afraid. A crisis of leadership is brewing: here.