Bahrain human rights activist jailed

This video says about itself:

Bahrain closed society, West on same path’

Dec 11, 2012

Leading Bahraini human rights activist Nabeel Rajab has had his prison term cut from three to two years. Rajab has been imprisoned since August, on charges of organizing illegal gatherings and inciting violence. The activist’s lawyer was demanding his release.

The uprising in Bahrain has been on-going for almost two years now, with the Shia majority demanding democratic reform from the Sunni ruling family. RT talks to geopolitical analyst Patrick Henningsen.

Bahrain must release activist after ‘hollow’ appeal verdict, Amnesty says: here.

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