This video says about itself:
21 March 2012
From Associated Press:
Witnesses Say 4 American Journalists Arrested in Bahrain
By Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Feb 15, 2016, 8:27 AM ET
Bahrain said it detained the four for entering the country without obtaining a media visa and for “participating in an unlawful gathering.” The U.S. Embassy in Manama said in a statement Monday it was “aware of the arrest of four U.S. citizens in Bahrain” on Sunday but that it could not discuss the case due to privacy concerns.
The identities of the journalists and whether they worked for a specific media outlet was not immediately clear. …
On Sunday, police arrested a photographer working with the group, the two witnesses said. Later that night, police surrounded the area with checkpoints and arrested the other three, the witnesses said. The witnesses spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity for fear of being arrested.
Hundreds of young people shouting anti-government slogans took to the streets in Bahrain on Sunday despite a heavy police presence to mark the fifth anniversary of an uprising calling for political change in the tiny island kingdom: here.
Champions for Justice: Bahrain’s Pro-Democracy Movement: here.