The caption of another video, translated from Dutch NOS TV:
In Bahrain, hundreds of women have taken to the streets in protest against the regime. Their protests include opposition against the sentencing [to long jail terms] of twenty doctors and nurses who have cared for [injured] opponents of the regime.
Bahrain: Series of harsh, disproportionate and unfair sentences against professionals for standing by human rights victims: here.
Update: Bahrain: Medical Care Criminalized in Bahrain: here.
Bahrain doctor jailed for treating activists injured during protests says police tortured her and threatened rape: here.
As doctors jailed, Western nations plan weapons sales to Bahrain: here.
A broad coalition of members of the European Parliament, on initiative of Marietje Schaake (from the political party D66, Alliance of Liberals and Democrats of Europe, ALDE) requested in an urgent letter to EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, to put pressure on the government of Bahrain to release immediately a group of 20 convicted Bahraini doctors and nurses. Yesterday, a military court in Bahrain announced the sentences in which 13 doctors and nurses were sentenced to 15 years jail terms, while the remaining seven were given prison sentences of 10 years. The ‘crime’ was only to provide medical assistance to injured protesters during the recent uprisings in the Gulf State: here.
Egypt: Activists expect large numbers for Friday protest: here.
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