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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Bhadohi carpet will exhibit in Maha K...
Bhadohi, Utter Pradesh, India
By newspoint
11 Oct 2012

Maha Kumbh mela (fair) is about to come and carpets weaver is busy for exhibition preparation. Indian Carpets are renowned the world over for their exquisite designs attractive colours. The magnificence of Indian carpet weaving and the intricate patterns that have emerged from it have substantially increased India's carpet exports and placed it prominently in the international carpet map.
Carpet weaving was brought to India by the great Mughal Emperor Akbar in the 16th century. Some of the most exclusive carpets were created during the Mughal reign, each carpet unlike the other but infused with a common magic of colours and exotic design.
A carpet weaver's skills are his own and the designs he evolves are from his mind to be translated in to beautiful form with the help of wool and silk.

Sound Byte-Javahar Lal, Organizer (HINDI)

Good News for Carpet Industries, Director of kumbh mela permitted Carpet Exhibition in the fair. Best unit of carpet can exhibit in Kumbh mela 2013. This year on international level Maha Kumbh Fair will celebrate; So Carpet Industries can also get international facility over there. Those artisans can not introduce their art in international market they can show here.

Sound Byte-Abdul Hadi, Carpet weaver (HINDI)

“I am Happy and welcome to this announcement.it will be first time than our 200 year old carpet industry introduces both national and international level, it is Maha kumbh mela (fair) everybody will come here across the country. We get a good chance for exhibit our Art.” Local News Agency: News Point TV
Shooting Dateline: October 11, 2012
Shooting Location: Bhadohi , Utter Pradesh (INDIA)
Publishing Time: October 11, 2012
Length: 0:10:14
Video Size: 250 MB
Language: Hindi
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera:
SHOTLIST:
1.Camra pan left
2. Mid Close Up shot of Carpets factory
3. Mid Close Up shot of Carpets design
4. Mid Long shot of weaver
5. Close Up shot weavers hands
6. Close Up shot of weavers
7. Mid Long Shot of weaver
8. Closup Shots of weaver hands
9. over the shoulder shot of weaver
10. Mid Long Shot of weaver tough up the carpet
11. Various shots of making carpet
12.Long shot of raw material of carpet

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Bahraini Politician Accuses Aluminum ...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
11 Oct 2012

Abd al-Jalil, head of the independent political bloc Al-Wefaq, announced his suspicion toward a confidential settlement which was announced by the aluminum company, Alba. In a case of known corruption, certain Bahraini officials were involved a settlement with another company, Al-Qawa, and the news was hidden by the Bahrain government.
He added that the settlement is a waste of public money.

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Bahraini Politician Accuses Aluminum ...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
11 Oct 2012

Abd al-Jalil, head of the independent political bloc Al-Wefaq, announced his suspicion toward a confidential settlement which was announced by the aluminum company, Alba. In a case of known corruption, certain Bahraini officials were involved a settlement with another company, Al-Qawa, and the news was hidden by the Bahrain government.
He added that the settlement is a waste of public money.

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Bahraini Politician Accuses Aluminum ...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
11 Oct 2012

Abd al-Jalil, head of the independent political bloc Al-Wefaq, announced his suspicion toward a confidential settlement which was announced by the aluminum company, Alba. In a case of known corruption, certain Bahraini officials were involved a settlement with another company, Al-Qawa, and the news was hidden by the Bahrain government.
He added that the settlement is a waste of public money.

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Bahraini Politician Accuses Aluminum ...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
11 Oct 2012

Abd al-Jalil, head of the independent political bloc Al-Wefaq, announced his suspicion toward a confidential settlement which was announced by the aluminum company, Alba. In a case of known corruption, certain Bahraini officials were involved a settlement with another company, Al-Qawa, and the news was hidden by the Bahrain government.
He added that the settlement is a waste of public money.

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Congress General Secretary Rahul Gand...
Jammu, Kashmir, India
By newspoint
05 Oct 2012

Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi began his 2-day visit to Kashmir Valley amid growing differences among ruling coalition partners, National Conference and Congress, over empowerment of Panchayats in Jammu and Kashmir and continued threats to the grassroots representatives.
He will be bringing along a powerful business delegation that includes among others Ratan Tata and Kumar Manglam Birla. Rahul scheduled to attend the foundation stone laying ceremony of 6.5 km long Z-Morh Tunnel in Sonamarg. The foundation stone is laid by Union Minister for Roads and Transport Dr CP Joshi. The tunnel is aimed at providing all-weather connectivity with Ladakh.
he said adding that he extends hand to Omar Abdullah like Jawaharlal Nehru extended it to Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah for holistic and comprehensive development of Jammu and Kashmir. Rahul Gandhi referred to the relations between Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah and Jawaharlal Nehru and between Rajiv Gandhi and Dr. Farooq Abdullah adding that he wants to strengthen these relations and extends hand to Omar Abdullah in a similar way as Jawaharlal Nehru extended it to Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah.

Rahul Gandhi said that he is Kashmiri himself and wants to associate with the people of the State in resolving their difficulties.

Byte - Rahul Gandhi, Congress General Secretary

“I myself am from a Kashmiri family and want to have lifelong relations with the people of Jammu and Kashmir. I want to hear you, understand your problems and work for their redressal . Every State enjoyed share in the development process”.

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MASSIVE DEMONSTRATION AT THE FREEDOM ...
Bahrain, Al Manama
By Beirut Editor's Picks
04 Oct 2012

A massive demonstration was held at "Freedom Square," west of the Bahraini capital Al-Manama, on the 4th of October.

It was held under the slogan, “National Competencies Behind Bars, " and it coincided with International Teacher Day, as the President of the Teachers Association, Mahdi Abudeeb, was also arrested on charges of demonstrating.
The demonstration was organized by the opposition's political associations.
Mr. Jaffer Kadhum, a leader in the Nationalist Democratic Assembly, and Jalilah Al-Salman, the Deputy General Secretary of the Bahraini Teachers Society, gave a speech talking about the professionally qualified people who are imprisoned, such as the superior student who got shot by the Bahraini security forces, and the latest story about doctors being arrested for treating protesters.

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Massive Demonstration At The Freedom ...
Bahrain, Al Manama
By Media Made by Bahraini People
04 Oct 2012

A massive demonstration was held at "Freedom Square," west of the Bahraini capital Al-Manama, on the 4th of October.

It was held under the slogan, “National Competencies Behind Bars, " and it coincided with International Teacher Day, as the President of the Teachers Association, Mahdi Abudeeb, was also arrested on charges of demonstrating.
The demonstration was organized by the opposition's political associations.
Mr. Jaffer Kadhum, a leader in the Nationalist Democratic Assembly, and Jalilah Al-Salman, the Deputy General Secretary of the Bahraini Teachers Society, gave a speech talking about the professionally qualified people who are imprisoned, such as the superior student who got shot by the Bahraini security forces, and the latest story about doctors being arrested for treating protesters.

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Massive Demonstration At The Freedom ...
Bahrain, Al Manama
By Media Made by Bahraini People
04 Oct 2012

A massive demonstration was held at "Freedom Square," west of the Bahraini capital Al-Manama, on the 4th of October.

It was held under the slogan, “National Competencies Behind Bars, " and it coincided with International Teacher Day, as the President of the Teachers Association, Mahdi Abudeeb, was also arrested on charges of demonstrating.
The demonstration was organized by the opposition's political associations.
Mr. Jaffer Kadhum, a leader in the Nationalist Democratic Assembly, and Jalilah Al-Salman, the Deputy General Secretary of the Bahraini Teachers Society, gave a speech talking about the professionally qualified people who are imprisoned, such as the superior student who got shot by the Bahraini security forces, and the latest story about doctors being arrested for treating protesters.

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Massive Demonstration At The Freedom ...
Bahrain, Al Manama
By Media Made by Bahraini People
04 Oct 2012

A massive demonstration was held at "Freedom Square," west of the Bahraini capital Al-Manama, on the 4th of October.

It was held under the slogan, “National Competencies Behind Bars, " and it coincided with International Teacher Day, as the President of the Teachers Association, Mahdi Abudeeb, was also arrested on charges of demonstrating.
The demonstration was organized by the opposition's political associations.
Mr. Jaffer Kadhum, a leader in the Nationalist Democratic Assembly, and Jalilah Al-Salman, the Deputy General Secretary of the Bahraini Teachers Society, gave a speech talking about the professionally qualified people who are imprisoned, such as the superior student who got shot by the Bahraini security forces, and the latest story about doctors being arrested for treating protesters.

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Rally In Support Of Hugo Chavez In Ca...
Caracas, Venezuela
By @LatAmSight
22 Sep 2012

Thousands of demonstrators marched this Saturday, September 22, 2012 in Caracas, Venezuela, to show their support for socialist president Hugo Chavez, two weeks ahead of a crucial election that could give him another six-year term, after having been in charge since 1999.
Scores of people traveled from distant places of the country to join the march in Caracas, wearing red to show their support of Chavez. Many of these people are benefit recipients of “Misiones,” a popular, government-sponsored social program to fight poverty using oil export revenue.
(interview 1 – Omar Rangel, optometrist: “What Chavez has done is to vindicate us, to include us in all the social programs. That’s what we have now. That’s why here; years and years will pass and we will still be here for Chavez”) In a particularly tight election, on October 7, Chávez will face opposition candidate, Henrique Capriles Radonski, who denies the alleged official government accusations to eliminate “Misiones” if Capriles is elected. (interview 1 – Telandria Castillo, teacher: “He is not friend of the ‘missions’. He has proven that he doesn’t mind the welfare of the mass but only that of one minority”) Chavez, who has remained in power since 1999 and has been treated recently in Cuba for cancer, is leading many polls with more than a 20% advantage over Capriles.

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Lost In The Jungle: The Mbuti Pygmies...
Etaeto, Democratic Republic of Congo
By Piero Pomponi World Focus
10 Sep 2012

Kalibo Mandigo - Etaeto - Democratic Republic of Congo - September 10th, 2012
The hunt for precious coltan is killing Africa's dwindling Pygmy population. The village of Kalibo Mandigo, located in the Ituri rain forest in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo, lies in the heart of an obscure war zone that few in the West know about. The densely forested expanse along a stretch of border between the nation once known as Zaire and Uganda, furnishes some 80 percent of planet's Columbite Tantalite, or "coltan," an ore that is an essential ingredient in the creation of the miniature Tantalum capacitors present in virtually all electronic devices, including laptops, cell phones and pagers. Coltan is panned for by hand in much the same way as gold during the California gold rush of the 19th century. The demand by major companies such as Nokia and Sony for coltan (Australia is the other major source) has made the Congo into a battleground for rogue miners, who enter the country, through Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi. The number of Pygmies is in constant decline as a result of the border fighting. On the move constantly, the pygmies, who are considered inferior, face the wrath of Congolese troops and Rwandan raiders who cross the border seeking the coltan. They were victims of rape, murder and cannibalism. According to Minority Rights Group International there is extensive evidence of mass killing, cannibalism and rape of Pygmies and they have urged the International Criminal Court to investigate a campaign of extermination against pygmies. Although they have been targeted by virtually all the armed groups, much of the violence against Pygmies is attributed to the rebel group, Movement for the Liberation of Congo. Pygmy is a term used for various ethnic groups worldwide whose average height is unusually short; anthropologists define pygmy as any group whose adult men grow to less than 150 cm (59 inches) in average height. A member of a slightly taller group is termed "pygmoid." The best known pygmies are the Aka, Efé and Mbuti of central Africa. 
The term "pygmy" is sometimes considered pejorative. However, there is no single term to replace it. Many so-called pygmies prefer instead to be referred to by the name of their various ethnic groups, or names for various interrelated groups such as the Aka (Mbenga), Baka, Mbuti, and Twa. The term Bayaka, the plural form of the Aka/Yaka, is sometimes used in the Central African Republic to refer to all local Pygmies. Likewise, the Kongo word Bambenga is used in Congo. The term pygmy, as used to refer to diminutive people, derives from Greek πυγμαίος Pygmaios via Latin Pygmaei (sing. Pygmaeus), derived from πυγμή – a fist, or a measure of length corresponding to the distance between the elbow and knuckles. In Greek mythology the word describes a tribe of dwarfs, first described by Homer, and reputed to live in India and south of modern day Ethiopia. Various theories have been proposed to explain the short stature of pygmies. Evidence of heritability has been established which may have evolved as an adaptation to low ultraviolet light levels in rainforests. This might mean that relatively little vitamin D can be made in human skin, thereby limiting calcium uptake from the diet for bone growth and maintenance, and leading to the evolution of the small skeletal size characteristic of pygmies.
Other explanations include lack of food in the rainforest environment, low calcium levels in the soil, the need to move through dense jungle, adaptation to heat and humidity, and most recently, as an association with rapid reproductive maturation under conditions of early mortality. Other evidence points towards unusually low levels of expression of the genes encoding the growth hormone receptor and growth hormone relative to the related tribal groups, associated with low serum levels of insulin-like growth factor-1 and short stature. Pygmies live in several ethnic groups in Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Central African Republic, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, the Republic of Congo, Angola, Botswana, Namibia, and Zambia. Most Pygmy communities are partially hunter-gatherers, living partially but not exclusively on the wild products of their environment. They trade with neighbouring farmers to acquire cultivated foods and other material items. It is estimated that there are between 250,000 and 600,000 Pygmies living in the Congo rainforest. There are at least a dozen Pygmy groups, sometimes unrelated to each other, the best known being the Mbenga (Aka and Baka) of the western Congo basin, which speak Bantu and Ubangian languages; the Mbuti of the Ituri Rainforest, which speak Bantu and Central Sudanic languages, and the Twa of the Great Lakes, which speak Bantu Rundi and Kiga. A commonly held belief is that African Pygmies are the direct descendants of the Late Stone Age hunter-gatherer peoples of the central African rainforest, who were partially absorbed or displaced by later immigration of agricultural peoples, and adopted their Central Sudanic, Ubangian, and Bantu languages. This view has no archaeological support, and ambiguous support from genetics and linguistics..Genetically, the pygmies are extremely divergent from all other human populations, suggesting they have an ancient indigenous lineage. Their uniparental markers represent the most ancient divergent ones right after those typically found in Khoisan peoples. African pygmy populations possess high levels of genetic diversity; recent advances in genetics shed some light on the origins of the various pygmy groups. The transition from hunting and gathering to farming involved a major cultural innovation that has spread rapidly over most of the globe in the last ten millennia. In sub-Saharan Africa, hunter–gatherers have begun to shift toward an agriculture-based lifestyle over the last 5,000 years. Only a few populations still base their mode of subsistence on hunting and gathering. The Pygmies are considered to be the largest group of mobile hunter–gatherers of Africa. They dwell in equatorial rainforests and are characterized by their short mean stature. However, little is known about the chronology of the demographic events — size changes, population splits, and gene flow — ultimately giving rise to contemporary Pygmy (Western and Eastern) groups and neighboring agricultural populations. .
Source: WP.

The footage shows two pygmi women, early in the morning, remembering the past and ancestral traditions.
Original footage: AVI

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Visiting Graves During Eid
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
21 Aug 2012

21 August 2012
Eid Al Fitr is supposed to be one of the happiest occasions of the year marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan. While families usually gather for joyful celebrations, this year in Bahrain, people share condolences instead of holiday greetings. With the death of 16 year old Hussam Al Haddaq, who was allegedly shot and beaten by Bahraini security forces, a 3 day period of mourning was declared in place of the usual Eid celebrations. Though the people of Bahrain face increasing human rights abuses, violence, and suppression by security forces, they continue to demonstrate, demanding freedom, dignity and adherence to the constitution.

Children are suffering the consequences of resistance as well, with approximately 90 children, mostly between 15 and 17 years of age, arrested and detained in Bahraini prisons; some families do not know whereabout of their child. Bahrainis protest mistreatment of children demanding protection of their basic human rights and a stop to the brutal treatment.

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Mr. Khalil Marzouq Visits Victim's Grave
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
21 Aug 2012

21 August 2012
Eid Al Fitr is supposed to be one of the happiest occasions of the year marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan. While families usually gather for joyful celebrations, this year in Bahrain, people share condolences instead of holiday greetings. With the death of 16 year old Hussam Al Haddaq, who was allegedly shot and beaten by Bahraini security forces, a 3 day period of mourning was declared in place of the usual Eid celebrations. Though the people of Bahrain face increasing human rights abuses, violence, and suppression by security forces, they continue to demonstrate, demanding freedom, dignity and adherence to the constitution.

Children are suffering the consequences of resistance as well, with approximately 90 children, mostly between 15 and 17 years of age, arrested and detained in Bahraini prisons; some families do not know whereabout of their child. Bahrainis protest mistreatment of children demanding protection of their basic human rights and a stop to the brutal treatment.

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Empty Park An Unusual Sight During Eid
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
21 Aug 2012

21 August 2012
Eid Al Fitr is supposed to be one of the happiest occasions of the year marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan. While families usually gather for joyful celebrations, this year in Bahrain, people share condolences instead of holiday greetings. With the death of 16 year old Hussam Al Haddaq, who was allegedly shot and beaten by Bahraini security forces, a 3 day period of mourning was declared in place of the usual Eid celebrations. Though the people of Bahrain face increasing human rights abuses, violence, and suppression by security forces, they continue to demonstrate, demanding freedom, dignity and adherence to the constitution.

Children are suffering the consequences of resistance as well, with approximately 90 children, mostly between 15 and 17 years of age, arrested and detained in Bahraini prisons; some families do not know whereabout of their child. Bahrainis protest mistreatment of children demanding protection of their basic human rights and a stop to the brutal treatment.

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Editor's Picks 21 August 2012
Middle East
By Editor's Picks
20 Aug 2012

A look at Eid Al Fitr celebrations in Egypt, including the release of 638 prisoners from Egyptian prisons, as directed by presidential decree.

After the death of a 16 year old boy in Bahrain, local people and the boy's loved ones take to the streets in protest of human rights abuses and harsh treatment by Bahraini security forces.

A sample from a black & white photo essay of survivors of land mine detonations in Cambodia; despite a disproportionately large number of the population affected by land lines, many receive prostheses and a chance at life.

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Funeral For 16 Year Old Boy Killed By...
Muharraq, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
18 Aug 2012

18 August 2012
Thousands gathered to mourn the death of Hummam Al Haddad, a sixteen year old boy who was allegedly shot, beaten and killed by Bahraini security forces. At the funeral Bahrainis shouted for the king and his successors to step down. Heavily armed regime forces reportedly blocked all bridges leading the the island of Muharraq where the boy was from and where the funeral was held, to prevent citizens from attending. The opposition group called The National Islamic Accord Association announced 3 days of mourning.

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Funeral For 16 Year Old Boy Killed By...
Muharraq, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
18 Aug 2012

18 August 2012
Thousands gathered to mourn the death of Hummam Al Haddad, a sixteen year old boy who was allegedly shot, beaten and killed by Bahraini security forces. At the funeral Bahrainis shouted for the king and his successors to step down. Heavily armed regime forces reportedly blocked all bridges leading the the island of Muharraq where the boy was from and where the funeral was held, to prevent citizens from attending. The opposition group called The National Islamic Accord Association announced 3 days of mourning.

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Funeral For 16 Year Old Boy Killed By...
Muharraq, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
18 Aug 2012

18 August 2012
Parents mourn the death of their 16 year old son who was allegedly beaten and killed by Bahraini security forces.

Thousands gathered to mourn the death of Hummam Al Haddad, a sixteen year old boy who was allegedly shot, beaten and killed by Bahraini security forces. At the funeral Bahrainis shouted for the king and his successors to step down. Heavily armed regime forces reportedly blocked all bridges leading the the island of Muharraq where the boy was from and where the funeral was held, to prevent citizens from attending. The opposition group called The National Islamic Accord Association announced 3 days of mourning.

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Protest In Response To Death Of 16 Ye...
Ma'ameer, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
18 Aug 2012

18 August 2012
Thousands gathered to mourn the death of Hummam Al Haddad, a sixteen year old boy who was allegedly shot, beaten and killed by Bahraini security forces. At the funeral Bahrainis shouted for the king and his successors to step down. Heavily armed regime forces reportedly blocked all bridges leading the the island of Muharraq where the boy was from and where the funeral was held, to prevent citizens from attending. The opposition group called The National Islamic Accord Association announced 3 days of mourning.

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Response To Death Of 16 Year Old Boy
Takbeer, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
18 Aug 2012

18 August 2012
In Takbeer, citizens gathered on rooftops shouting, "God is Great," upon hearing the news of the 16 year old boy killed by Bahraini security forces.

Thousands gathered to mourn the death of Hummam Al Haddad, a sixteen year old boy who was allegedly shot, beaten and killed by Bahraini security forces. At the funeral Bahrainis shouted for the king and his successors to step down. Heavily armed regime forces reportedly blocked all bridges leading the the island of Muharraq where the boy was from and where the funeral was held, to prevent citizens from attending. The opposition group called The National Islamic Accord Association announced 3 days of mourning.

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Demonstrations In Response To Death O...
Sitra, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
18 Aug 2012

18 August 2012
Thousands gathered to mourn the death of Hummam Al Haddad, a sixteen year old boy who was allegedly shot, beaten and killed by Bahraini security forces. At the funeral Bahrainis shouted for the king and his successors to step down. Heavily armed regime forces reportedly blocked all bridges leading the the island of Muharraq where the boy was from and where the funeral was held, to prevent citizens from attending. The opposition group called The National Islamic Accord Association announced 3 days of mourning.

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Demonstrations In Response To Death O...
Sanabis, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
18 Aug 2012

18 August 2012
Thousands gathered to mourn the death of Hummam Al Haddad, a sixteen year old boy who was allegedly shot, beaten and killed by Bahraini security forces. At the funeral Bahrainis shouted for the king and his successors to step down. Heavily armed regime forces reportedly blocked all bridges leading the the island of Muharraq where the boy was from and where the funeral was held, to prevent citizens from attending. The opposition group called The National Islamic Accord Association announced 3 days of mourning.

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Demonstrations In Response To Death O...
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
18 Aug 2012

18 August 2012
Thousands gathered to mourn the death of Hummam Al Haddad, a sixteen year old boy who was allegedly shot, beaten and killed by Bahraini security forces. At the funeral Bahrainis shouted for the king and his successors to step down. Heavily armed regime forces reportedly blocked all bridges leading the the island of Muharraq where the boy was from and where the funeral was held, to prevent citizens from attending. The opposition group called The National Islamic Accord Association announced 3 days of mourning.

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International Jerusalem Day In Bahrain
Duraz, Bahrain
By Editor's Picks
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Despite the escalation of violence from security forces, Bahrainis gathered in the streets to celebrate International Jerusalem Day, emphasizing the importance of supporting the Palestinian cause.

Protesters raised Bahraini and Palestinian flags and photos of Palestinian resistance fighters, chanting slogans like, "Bahrain and Palestine are one wound," " From Ramallah to Bahrain, one population not two," and "Resistance, resistance, no compromise Jerusalem."

Sheikh Isa Qassim delivered a sermon for friday prayer at the Mosque of Imam al-Sadiq in the village of Duraz, Bahrain, during which he touched on the power struggles in the country, human, religious, and civil rights, and the sacrifices of the people to attain these rights, many of whom are being treated inhumanely in Bahraini prisons.

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International Jerusalem Day March In ...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Despite the escalation of violence from security forces, Bahrainis gathered in the streets to celebrate International Jerusalem Day, emphasizing the importance of supporting the Palestinian cause.

Protesters raised Bahraini and Palestinian flags and photos of Palestinian resistance fighters, chanting slogans like, "Bahrain and Palestine are one wound," " From Ramallah to Bahrain, one population not two," and "Resistance, resistance, no compromise Jerusalem."

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International Jerusalem Day March In ...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Despite the escalation of violence from security forces, Bahrainis gathered in the streets to celebrate International Jerusalem Day, emphasizing the importance of supporting the Palestinian cause.

Protesters raised Bahraini and Palestinian flags and photos of Palestinian resistance fighters, chanting slogans like, "Bahrain and Palestine are one wound," " From Ramallah to Bahrain, one population not two," and "Resistance, resistance, no compromise Jerusalem."

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International Jerusalem Day March In ...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Despite the escalation of violence from security forces, Bahrainis gathered in the streets to celebrate International Jerusalem Day, emphasizing the importance of supporting the Palestinian cause.

Protesters raised Bahraini and Palestinian flags and photos of Palestinian resistance fighters, chanting slogans like, "Bahrain and Palestine are one wound," " From Ramallah to Bahrain, one population not two," and "Resistance, resistance, no compromise Jerusalem."

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International Jerusalem Day March In ...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Despite the escalation of violence from security forces, Bahrainis gathered in the streets to celebrate International Jerusalem Day, emphasizing the importance of supporting the Palestinian cause.

Protesters raised Bahraini and Palestinian flags and photos of Palestinian resistance fighters, chanting slogans like, "Bahrain and Palestine are one wound," " From Ramallah to Bahrain, one population not two," and "Resistance, resistance, no compromise Jerusalem."

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International Jerusalem Day March In ...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Despite the escalation of violence from security forces, Bahrainis gathered in the streets to celebrate International Jerusalem Day, emphasizing the importance of supporting the Palestinian cause.

Protesters raised Bahraini and Palestinian flags and photos of Palestinian resistance fighters, chanting slogans like, "Bahrain and Palestine are one wound," " From Ramallah to Bahrain, one population not two," and "Resistance, resistance, no compromise Jerusalem."

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International Jerusalem Day March In ...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
17 Aug 2012

17 August 2012
Despite the escalation of violence from security forces, Bahrainis gathered in the streets to celebrate International Jerusalem Day, emphasizing the importance of supporting the Palestinian cause.

Protesters raised Bahraini and Palestinian flags and photos of Palestinian resistance fighters, chanting slogans like, "Bahrain and Palestine are one wound," " From Ramallah to Bahrain, one population not two," and "Resistance, resistance, no compromise Jerusalem."

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Editor's Picks 14 Aug 2012
Saraqeb, Idlib, Syria
By Editor's Picks
13 Aug 2012

This small city of 40.000 people in the north of Syria was one of the first to join the uprising against Bashar All Assad. Since March last year their lives have turned upside down, they have been victims of brutal atrocities and until now, every single day they are targeted by the forces of the current regime or suffer by the confrontations of the army and the rebel free Syrian Army.

Videos follow citizens through the rubble of the village of Saraqeb, Syria, showing destroyed homes where families still live. Also included is footage of interviews with members of the Free Syrian Army, during which shelling outside can be heard close by.

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Anti-Regime March In Duraz, Bahrain
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
13 Aug 2012

Protesters march through Duraz, Bahrain demanding better treatment for prisoners in Bahraini jails.

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Sinai Collection August 2012
Rafah, Egypt
By Editor's Picks
12 Aug 2012

Collection of videos from ongoing events in the Sinai, Egypt. Starting with coverage about the 16 border guards killed, reactions of the Egyptian military, President Morsi, people of the region, and Gaza, as well as events that followed.