This video says about itself:
The Brutal Backlash Against Protest In Bahrain (2011)
Undercover Kingdom: With civil unrest in Bahrain worsening, protesters continue to suffer under a government determined to quell dissent by using brute force and manipulating the media’s message.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Bahrain protests after three tortured men are executed
Monday 16th January 2017
BAHRAINIS took to the streets in protest yesterday after the ruling monarchy executed three men whom its torturers had forced to confess to a deadly 2014 bombing.
Abbas al-Samea, Sami Mushaima and Ali al-Singace were found guilty in 2015 of killing two Bahraini policemen and an Emirati officer deployed to strengthen the island country’s security forces.
A court upheld their death sentences last Monday and they were executed yesterday by being shot in the heart.
The prisoners were the first to be executed since 2010 — the year before widespread pro-democracy demonstrations were put down by force with the help of Saudi and Emirati soldiers.
Clashes continued throughout yesterday, despite Bahrain’s rulers flooding the streets with riot police.
Images posted online showed Bahrainis blocking roads by burning tyres and other debris …
“It is nothing short of an outrage — and a disgraceful breach of international law — that Bahrain has gone ahead with these executions,” legal action charity Reprieve director Maya Foa said.
“The death sentences handed to Ali, Sami and Abbas were based on ‘confessions’ extracted through torture, and the trial was an utter sham.”
Mr Samea and Mr Mushaima were given electric shocks, beaten, burned with cigarettes, deprived of sleep and sexually assaulted while in custody, according to Reprieve.
Mr Singace’s mum said that her son had also been tortured.
The killing of the three comes amid a sweeping crackdown on dissent in the kingdom backed and armed by Britain.
Leading human rights activist Nabeel Rajab remains locked up for posting tweets about the Saudi-led war on Yemen and torture in Bahraini prisons.
The Gulf country is strongly supported by Britain, which is building a new £30 million naval base to extend its control over oil and gas supplies. The US navy’s Fifth Fleet is based in Bahrain.
As well as [selling] weapons and military gear, Britain also trains Bahrain’s police and a British military officer is embedded in Bahrain’s Interior Ministry.
From 1966 to 1998, the country’s top torturer was British former colonial officer Ian Henderson.
All British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson had to say about the executions was that the government is “opposed to the death penalty” and that “the Bahraini authorities are aware of our position.”
Mohammed Ramadan & Husain Moosa are now under imminent threat of execution in Bahrain – wife pleads for help: here.
How UK’s support for Bahrain tyranny allows journalism to be crushed: here.
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