This video says about itself:
Bahraini faces 15 years in prison for tweeting about Yemen war
8 August 2017
The co-founder of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, Nabeel Rajab, is facing up to 15 years in prison for tweeting about the war in Yemen, with charges including “spreading false rumours in a time of war“.
By Steve Sweeney in Britain:
Campaigners call for release of Bahraini prisoner of conscience
Wednesday 22nd November 2017
HUMAN rights campaigners gathered outside the Bahrain embassy in London yesterday calling for the release of a man jailed for criticising the regime on Twitter and an end to reprisal attacks.
Mr Rajab’s “offences” also include tweets he sent criticising the devastating war in Yemen waged by the Saudi-led coalition. At least seven million people are on the brink of famine in the war-torn country thanks to a blockade on food and fuel imports imposed by the nine-nation coalition — which includes Bahrain.
Speaking at the protest was Sayeed Alwadei who fled Bahrain for Britain in 2011 after being tortured for taking part in peaceful anti-government protests.
He said: “The imprisonment of my family is a cowardly attack on human rights defenders. I believe the Bahraini ambassador has direct responsibility for their imprisonment and torture, which is the latest in a campaign of reprisals that has affected my entire family.”
Mr Alwadei added that the British government must tell its “repressive ally” the violent campaign to silence him and his family is unacceptable.
Silencing Bahraini women and activists: here.