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PROTEST AT THE INTERIOR MINISTRY- AMMAN
Amman, Jordan
By Mais Istanbuli
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, protestors who were spurred to gather by the rise of fuel prices in Jordan, move to face off against riot police in the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. Two hours before, demonstrators had attempted to tear down this photo of King Abdullah before they were blocked. Hundreds of police numbered among the thousands of protestors that called for freedom, democracy, and even chanted for the fall of the regime.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, thousands of protestors gathered to protest the rise of fuel prices in Jordan at the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. People pulled down tree branches to start fires in the surrounding area outside the circle to ward off the cold.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, thousands of protestors, including some families, gathered at Interior Ministry Circle in Amman to protest the rise in fuel prices. Dozens of fires were started to ward off the cold, and despite the unrest, there was a festive air at the demonstration.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, thousands of protestors, including some families, gathered at Interior Ministry Circle in Amman, Jordan to protest the rise in fuel prices. Dozens of fires were started to ward off the cold, and despite the unrest, there was a festive air at the demonstration. These men were singing and dancing as the protestors chanted nearby.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
13 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, protestors who were spurred to gather by the rise of fuel prices in Jordan, stood in front of riot police in the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. Hundreds of police numbered among the thousands of protestors that called for freedom, democracy, and even chanted for the fall of the regime.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
13 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, protestors who were spurred to gather by the rise of fuel prices in Jordan, move to face off against riot police in the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. Two hours before, demonstrators had attempted to tear down this photo of King Abdullah before they were blocked. Hundreds of police numbered among the thousands of protestors that called for freedom, democracy, and even chanted for the fall of the regime.

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Protests In Bahrain Challenging Ban O...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Nov 2012

Carrying posters of Sheikh Issa Qassim, the Bahraini people, challenging authorities' decision to ban all political gatherings, succeeded today, Friday, November 2, 2012, in organizing marches, demanding that officials free a well-known opposition leader Mr. Hassan Mishaima who is allegedly complaining of symptoms from cancer. Demonstrations occurred in several villages around Manama with protesters calling for real transformation, democracy and freedom.

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Bahrainis Gather Despite Ban
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Nov 2012

The Bahraini people, challenging authorities' decision to ban all political gatherings, succeeded today, Friday, November 2, 2012, in organizing marches, demanding that officials free a well-known opposition leader Mr. Hassan Mishaima who is allegedly complaining of symptoms from cancer. Demonstrations occurred in several villages around Manama with protesters calling for real transformation, democracy and freedom.

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Bahrain Opposition Protest Despite Ban
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Nov 2012

The Bahraini people, challenging authorities' decision to ban all political gatherings, succeeded today, Friday, November 2, 2012, in organizing marches, demanding that officials free a well-known opposition leader Mr. Hassan Mishaima who is allegedly complaining of symptoms from cancer. Demonstrations occurred in several villages around Manama with protesters calling for real transformation, democracy and freedom.

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Bahrainis Face Security & Protest Des...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Nov 2012

The Bahraini people, challenging authorities' decision to ban all political gatherings, succeeded today, Friday, November 2, 2012, in organizing marches, demanding that officials free a well-known opposition leader Mr. Hassan Mishaima who is allegedly complaining of symptoms from cancer. Demonstrations occurred in several villages around Manama with protesters calling for real transformation, democracy and freedom.

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View From Above - Bahraini People Gat...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Nov 2012

The Bahraini people, challenging authorities' decision to ban all political gatherings, succeeded today, Friday, November 2, 2012, in organizing marches, demanding that officials free a well-known opposition leader Mr. Hassan Mishaima who is allegedly complaining of symptoms from cancer. Demonstrations occurred in several villages around Manama with protesters calling for real transformation, democracy and freedom.

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All female political party in Palesti...
Safa, Palestine
By Andy Beale
01 Nov 2012

Members of the "Binet al Balad" party working with a male consultant to organize their political campaign.

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2012 Venezuelan Presidential Election...
Barcelona, Spain
By Francesc Xavier Subias Salvo
07 Oct 2012

Venezuelan immigrants living in Barcelona turnout to vote for their new president. Barcelona is on of five Spanish cities that provided a place for Venezuelans to vote in the election, with 13 tables in the Holy Family Civic Center.

Los inmigrantes venezolanos residentes en Barcelona acuden a votar a su nuevo presidente. Barcelona es una de las cinco ciudades españolas que han habilitado un espacio para votar en los comicios venezolanos, con 13 mesas en el Centro Cívico Sagrada Familia.

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2012 Venezuelan Presidential Election...
Barcelona, Spain
By Francesc Xavier Subias Salvo
07 Oct 2012

Child with the Venezuelan flag in the door of the polling station.

Venezuelan immigrants living in Barcelona turnout to vote for their new president. Barcelona is on of five Spanish cities that provided a place for Venezuelans to vote in the election, with 13 tables in the Holy Family Civic Center.

Niño con la bandera de Venezuela en la puerta del colegio electoral.

Los inmigrantes venezolanos residentes en Barcelona acuden a votar a su nuevo presidente. Barcelona es una de las cinco ciudades españolas que han habilitado un espacio para votar en los comicios venezolanos, con 13 mesas en el Centro Cívico Sagrada Familia.

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2012 Venezuelan Presidential Election...
Barcelona, Spain
By Francesc Xavier Subias Salvo
07 Oct 2012

Venezuelan immigrants living in Barcelona turnout to vote for their new president. Barcelona is on of five Spanish cities that provided a place for Venezuelans to vote in the election, with 13 tables in the Holy Family Civic Center.

Los inmigrantes venezolanos residentes en Barcelona acuden a votar a su nuevo presidente. Barcelona es una de las cinco ciudades españolas que han habilitado un espacio para votar en los comicios venezolanos, con 13 mesas en el Centro Cívico Sagrada Familia.

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2012 Venezuelan Presidential Election...
Barcelona, Spain
By Francesc Xavier Subias Salvo
07 Oct 2012

Venezuelan immigrants living in Barcelona turnout to vote for their new president. Barcelona is on of five Spanish cities that provided a place for Venezuelans to vote in the election, with 13 tables in the Holy Family Civic Center.

Los inmigrantes venezolanos residentes en Barcelona acuden a votar a su nuevo presidente. Barcelona es una de las cinco ciudades españolas que han habilitado un espacio para votar en los comicios venezolanos, con 13 mesas en el Centro Cívico Sagrada Familia.

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2012 Venezuelan Presidential Election...
Barcelona, Spain
By Francesc Xavier Subias Salvo
07 Oct 2012

Venezuelan immigrants living in Barcelona turnout to vote for their new president. Barcelona is on of five Spanish cities that provided a place for Venezuelans to vote in the election, with 13 tables in the Holy Family Civic Center.

Los inmigrantes venezolanos residentes en Barcelona acuden a votar a su nuevo presidente. Barcelona es una de las cinco ciudades españolas que han habilitado un espacio para votar en los comicios venezolanos, con 13 mesas en el Centro Cívico Sagrada Familia.

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2012 Venezuelan Presidential Election...
Barcelona, Spain
By Francesc Xavier Subias Salvo
07 Oct 2012

Venezuelan immigrants living in Barcelona turnout to vote for their new president. Barcelona is on of five Spanish cities that provided a place for Venezuelans to vote in the election, with 13 tables in the Holy Family Civic Center.

Los inmigrantes venezolanos residentes en Barcelona acuden a votar a su nuevo presidente. Barcelona es una de las cinco ciudades españolas que han habilitado un espacio para votar en los comicios venezolanos, con 13 mesas en el Centro Cívico Sagrada Familia.

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2012 Venezuelan Presidential Election...
Barcelona, Spain
By Francesc Xavier Subias Salvo
07 Oct 2012

Venezuelan immigrants living in Barcelona turnout to vote for their new president. Barcelona is on of five Spanish cities that provided a place for Venezuelans to vote in the election, with 13 tables in the Holy Family Civic Center.

Los inmigrantes venezolanos residentes en Barcelona acuden a votar a su nuevo presidente. Barcelona es una de las cinco ciudades españolas que han habilitado un espacio para votar en los comicios venezolanos, con 13 mesas en el Centro Cívico Sagrada Familia.

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2012 Venezuelan Presidential Election...
Barcelona, Spain
By Francesc Xavier Subias Salvo
07 Oct 2012

Venezuelan immigrants living in Barcelona turnout to vote for their new president. Barcelona is on of five Spanish cities that provided a place for Venezuelans to vote in the election, with 13 tables in the Holy Family Civic Center.

Los inmigrantes venezolanos residentes en Barcelona acuden a votar a su nuevo presidente. Barcelona es una de las cinco ciudades españolas que han habilitado un espacio para votar en los comicios venezolanos, con 13 mesas en el Centro Cívico Sagrada Familia.

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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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Egyptian Activists Establish “Egyptia...
Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
03 Oct 2012

Egyptian political activists, legal experts, NGO members and human rights activists held a press conference on Wednesday, October 3, to announce the formation of the “Egyptian Constitutional Front”, which they consider as a new constitution-writing panel to draw a new representative constitution.

They expressed rejection to the current Islamist-dominated constitution-writing panel, which they expect will not fully tackle human rights issues, aiming to place the goals of the revolution in the new constitution.

According to founding members, the Egyptian Constitutional Front aims to draft a democratic constitution based on the principles of citizenship and respect of human rights.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Hafez Abou Seada, Chairman of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR):
“Constitutions are established through agreement even if there is a minority of 10%. They should feel that they are partners of making the new constitution. The big mistake and catastrophe was that the constitution-writing panel was subjected to the majority. The majority is changeable and the constitution governs all Egyptians. Therefore, I believe that the wise people inside the Islamic trend have to return once again to Egyptian national unity.”

They also highlighted the importance of entrenching certain rights into Egypt’s new constitution, including freedom of the press, the right to peaceful protest, and a wide range of economic and social rights.

The attendees expressed rejection of giving the authority to form the constitution panel to the President again in case of the dissolution of the current panel.

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – George Ishaaq, political activist and founder of Kefaya Movement:
“We should be careful when we offer the new draft constitution and discuss it with the people. It is Egypt’s post-revolution constitution, so it has to be completely different than that of pre-revolution Egypt.” The current panel was elected by the members of the People's Assembly (the lower house of the parliament) and the Shura Council (the upper house of the parliament) before the dissolution of the People's Assembly.

The panel still faces the risk of dissolution by court order on the grounds that it was drawn up by the dissolved lower house of parliament.

Egypt's Supreme Administrative Court is expected to rule on the constitutionality of the panel on October 9.

Founders of the Egyptian Constitutional Front include former MP Amr Hamzawy, editor in chief of Al Alam Al Youm Newspaper Saad Hagras, board member of Al Wafd Political Party Essam Sheha, and member of the journalist Syndicate Gamal Fahmy.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: October 3, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: October 3, 2012
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1- Wide shot of the press conference, the attendees at the conference hall
2- Various shots of the conference, speakers and the attendees
3- Medium shot of one of the attendees speaking during the conference
4- Medium shot of cameramen filming during the conference
5- Medium shot of Hafez Abou Seada, Chairman of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) speaking during the conference
6- Wide shot of the attendees at the conference hall
7- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Hafez Abou Seada, Chairman of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR):
“Constitutions are established through agreement even if there is a minority of 10%. They should feel that they are partners of making the new constitution. The big mistake and catastrophe was that the constitution-writing panel was subjected to the majority. The majority is changeable and the constitution governs all Egyptians. Therefore, I believe that the wise people inside the Islamic trend have to return nonce again to Egyptian, national unity.” 8- Various shot of the conference, speakers and the attendees
9- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – George Ishaaq, political activist and founder of Kefaya Movement:
“We should be careful when we offer the new draft constitution and discuss it with the people. It is Egypt’s post-revolution constitution, so it has to be completely different than that of pre-revolution Egypt.”
10- Various shot of the conference, speakers and the attendees

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Thousands of Bahraini people particip...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Thousands of Bahraini people particip...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Thousands of Bahraini people particip...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Thousands of Bahraini people particip...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Thousands of Bahraini people particip...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Thousands of Bahraini people particip...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Bahraini women participate in funeral...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Thousands of Bahraini people particip...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Thousands of Bahraini people particip...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Thousands of Bahraini people particip...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Thousands of Bahraini people particip...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Thousands of Bahraini people particip...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Thousands of Bahraini people particip...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Thousands of Bahraini people particip...
Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.

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Bahrain, Al Daih
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Oct 2012

Thousands of Bahraini people participated today in the funeral of the youth Mohammed Ali Mushaima (23 years old) at Aldaih village - west of the capital Manama. Mushaima passed away in custody after neglecting his deteriorated medical condition by the prison administration.

Mohammed was arrested from the hospital by the army last year while he was receiving his treatment of sickle cell disease. He was sentenced for 7 years. He complained from a sickle cell disease crisis few day ago and the prison administration neglected his complains. He was shifted to Salmaniya medical compels thence and died there Tuesday morning.

The thousands of mourners that attended the funeral, shouted angrily against the King Hamad and the royal family condemning them for the death of the detained protester.

This new crime is only 3 days after killing a child martyr at Saddad village -western south of the capital Manama- by attacking him through shotgun from a very close distance. These human rights violations came only few days after the Geneva session where the Bahraini regime accepted the international community recommendations.