Hundreds of Bahrainis attended his funeral procession in the town of Nabih Saleh, south of Manama, with mourners shouting anti-regime slogans. The body of the 20-year-old Mahmoud Isa al-Jaziri was given to his family on Tuesday, almost two weeks after his death. Hundreds of
According to Bahraini forces, minutes ago, regime forces return the body of Bahraini martyr, Mahmoud al-Jaziri to his family. The martyr's body is now in mortuary and after that his funeral prayer will be performed in
A political analyst said the regime in Bahrain is afraid that the demonstrations that will accompany the protester’s burial will be again a flashpoint for major public hostility against the Al Khalifa dictatorship.
The comments came after Bahrainis staged demonstrations to protest against the authorities’
There are no backward steps in Bahrain. All sacrifices are possible in exchange of freedom, equality, and democracy the Bahraini people are rising to achieve. The island's uprising has been two-years old, yet it becomes more popular than its very first day on February 14, 2011. Not only the democracy which represents the rule of people, but also the revolution as well. It is the rule of Bahraini people who are still asserting every time that:
Bahraini authorities are keeping the body of the martyr Mahmood Al-Jazeeri, who was killed brutally by regime forces as hostage from last Friday for the seventh consecutive day now. The martyr Mahood Al-Jazeeri (20 years), was killed by the regime forces who shot him to the head during a protest to mark the second anniversary of the pro-democracy revolution in Bahrain.
The spokesman of the National Democratic Opposition Parties' team on the dialogue table, Sayed Jameel Kadhem, said Wednesday's session was allocated to discuss the absent procedures on managing the sessions which we had required to do in the first session. It was agreed that each session should issue a signed record by all partakers, and which the regime's appointed spokesman can read out what was agreed on by both sides after each session.
Bahraini regime forces have prominent human rights activist Zainab al-Khawaja as a wave of fresh anti-regime protests erupt across the Persian Gulf kingdom.
The activist was reportedly arrested by the Saudi-backed forces at a demonstration held in capital Manama on Wednesday.
On Monday, the National Democratic Opposition Parties in Bahrain met with Human Rights Watch's delegation to Bahrain in al-Wefaq offices in Bilad Qadeem.
The Human Rights Watch delegation included Deputy Executive Director, Mr. Jan Egeland and Ms.Sarah Leah Whitson, Executive Director of Middle East and North Africa Division and Mr.