Bahrain’s human rights record heavily tarnished

14 December 2011.

Amnesty International: Bahrain’s human rights record is still heavily tarnished: here. See also here.

Meanwhile, the absolute monarchy regime in Bahrain, in its latest propaganda twist, tries to blame the regime in Syria for the Bahraini pro-democracy movement.

2 thoughts on “Bahrain’s human rights record heavily tarnished

  1. Bahrain police crack down on march outside capital

    (AP) – 48 minutes ago

    MANAMA, Bahrain (AP) — Bahraini security forces have used tear gas and stun grenades to try to disperse anti-government protesters marching along a highway toward the island kingdom’s capital.

    Associated Press journalists witnessed the clashes Thursday near the town of Diraz and other opposition stronghold villages west of the capital, Manama.

    Hundreds of marchers, some waving red and white Bahraini flags, were seen marching along the Budaiya Highway toward the capital when the clashes broke out.

    Opposition groups in recent days have issued online calls for marchers to occupy the highway.

    The protest follows 10 months of unrest in the Gulf nation between the Sunni monarchy and an opposition movement led by the country’s majority Shiites.


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