Bahrain, Sheik Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday Speech

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31 Aug 2012 00:00

Sheikh Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday speech on August 31st about Bahraini people rights and the government’s attempts to silence the opposition.
In his speech, the shia sheikh denounced the violation by the government of basic human rights such as freedom of opinion and freedom of thoughts.
He ended his speech saying that the crisis that the country is now facing will only be solved when the government will recognize the importance of the people and the need for real reforms.

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sheik Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday speech
bahrain diraz
By Media Made by Bahraini People
31 Aug 2012

Sheikh Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday speech on August 31st about Bahraini’s people rights and the government’s attempts to silence the opposition.
In his speech, the shia sheikh denounced the violation by the government of basic human rights such as freedom of opinion and freedom of thoughts.
He ended his speech saying that the crisis that the country is now facing will only be solved when the government will recognize the importance of the people and the need for real reforms.

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Sheikh Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday speech
bahrain diraz
By Media Made by Bahraini People
31 Aug 2012

Sheikh Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday speech on August 31st about Bahraini’s people rights and the government’s attempts to silence the opposition.
In his speech, the shia sheikh denounced the violation by the government of basic human rights such as freedom of opinion and freedom of thoughts.
He ended his speech saying that the crisis that the country is now facing will only be solved when the government will recognize the importance of the people and the need for real reforms.

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Sheikh Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday speech
bahrain diraz
By Media Made by Bahraini People
31 Aug 2012

Sheikh Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday speech on August 31st about Bahraini’s people rights and the government’s attempts to silence the opposition.
In his speech, the shia sheikh denounced the violation by the government of basic human rights such as freedom of opinion and freedom of thoughts.
He ended his speech saying that the crisis that the country is now facing will only be solved when the government will recognize the importance of the people and the need for real reforms.

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Sheikh Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday speech
bahrain diraz
By Media Made by Bahraini People
31 Aug 2012

Sheikh Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday speech on August 31st about Bahraini’s people rights and the government’s attempts to silence the opposition.
In his speech, the shia sheikh denounced the violation by the government of basic human rights such as freedom of opinion and freedom of thoughts.
He ended his speech saying that the crisis that the country is now facing will only be solved when the government will recognize the importance of the people and the need for real reforms.

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Sheikh Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday speech
bahrain diraz
By Media Made by Bahraini People
31 Aug 2012

Sheikh Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday speech on August 31st about Bahraini’s people rights and the government’s attempts to silence the opposition.
In his speech, the shia sheikh denounced the violation by the government of basic human rights such as freedom of opinion and freedom of thoughts.
He ended his speech saying that the crisis that the country is now facing will only be solved when the government will recognize the importance of the people and the need for real reforms.

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Sheikh Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday speech
bahrain diraz
By Media Made by Bahraini People
31 Aug 2012

Sheikh Issa Ahmad Kasem Friday speech on August 31st about Bahraini’s people rights and the government’s attempts to silence the opposition.
In his speech, the shia sheikh denounced the violation by the government of basic human rights such as freedom of opinion and freedom of thoughts.
He ended his speech saying that the crisis that the country is now facing will only be solved when the government will recognize the importance of the people and the need for real reforms.