That there are many beautiful birds in Gambia does not mean that dictatorship and resistance against it in Bahrain have stopped. A news roundup.
Bahrain: still no justice one year after protests began.
Bahrain Curbs Freedom of Expression With Trials: here.
Raas released: here.
An Ottawa man who was arrested in Bahrain and allegedly tortured in prison has won his court case, but says he won’t feel safe returning to the airport for a flight out of the country without a representative from Canada at his side: here.
New clashes in eastern Saudi Arabia kill one – Bahrain police teargas protesters.
Wednesday, 15 February 2012
#Anonymous target Bahrain, US munitions manufacturer
Anonymous has affixed its digital crosshairs on Jamestown, PN based chemical munitions manufacturer Combined Tactical Systems on the anniversary of Bahrain’s protest movement that began one year ago.
“From the streets of Oakland to Tahrir Square, to Palestine, Greece, Bahrain and Syria, your sinister instruments of torture and brutality have been used by the vile swine enforcers of the rich ruling classes to repress our revolutionary movements,” read the statement.
The chemical munitions stamped with “Made in USA” connected violent crackdowns to US policy for many protesters.
Bahrain: Tweeting the Revolution’s First Anniversary: here.
This video is called Activists with Witness Bahrain being arrested.
This video is called Update from Bahrain: Police Arrest Protesters, Beat Women.
Authorities in Bahrain on Sunday arrested a prominent female activist and deported two US citizens as clashes between police and pro-reform protesters continued ahead of the first anniversary of the February 14th revolution: here.
A Tense Bahrain Awaits Anniversary of Uprising (Video): here.
Isn’t it time we backed Bahrain’s revolution? Here.
Why this year’s Bahrain Grand Prix should not be taking place: here.
Bahrain Grand Prix must be cancelled says group of prominent British peers: here.
Football: Made a pariah in his native Bahrain for taking part in pro-democracy demonstrations, Brisbane defender Mohamed Adnan tells Phil Lutton of his incredible road to the Roar and why he still yearns to represent the country that cast him aside: here.
Bahrain continues mistreatment of handball referees: here.
Bahrain King Unironically Slams Assad for Not Listening to Protesters: here.
Congressmen Urge NGO Access, Fundamental Freedoms in Bahrain: here.
Bahrain: Jailed activists begin hunger strike | Index on Censorship: here.
Bahrain Special: Candles, Balloons, and Molotov Cocktails: here.
In Bahrain, international community quiet as crackdown on dissent continues: here.