No F1 in Bahrain - لا لسباق الفورميلا في البحرين





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Published on Apr 7, 2012


Facts and Number of Bahrain Revolution:

85 death by security forces since February 2011, in which:
37 suffocation from tear gas
20 Shoot dead
17 tortured to death (In or out of police station)
10 by Birdshot
4 Ran Over
2 Stabbed
At least 7 reported deaths by torture in the prison since 14 Feb 2011, 3 of them after the BICI report.
Total number of people arrested since February 2011: est. 4000
Total number of current detainees est. 600
Total number of sentenced detainees 397 with sentence ranging from 6 to life. One of them on death row.
266 been arrested in 2012, which are all still detained.
2 Human Rights defenders still imprisoned:
AbdulHadi Alkhwaja (More than 60 days on hunger strike)
Naji Fateel.
On Average around 15 villages are daily tear gassed as collective punishment.
Bahraini security forces continue to engage in the systematic torture of demonstrators in detention centers (formal and informal)
Latest death under torture was Mohamed Ibrahim Yaqoub, who died hours after his arrest on January 27 2012, He was beaten by 15-20 police officers, as reported by eyewitnesses, in the stomach and chest.
Children have been frequently been the target of security force reprisals
Estimated kidnaps are 250 cases.
As of March 2012 1776 still remain dismissed.
6 students still detained and sentenced by military court to 15 years.

Bahrain, 14Feb, Feb14, AbdulHadi, Alkhawaja, hunger Strike, No F1, Bloody F1, Formula,


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