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Nabeel Rajab Release
Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Pictures of human rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, released from prison on July 14, 2015

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Rights Activist Nabeel Rajab
Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, seen at his home in Bani Jamarah village, north of Bahrain 14 July 2015 upon his release from prison. Bahrain King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, pardoned Rajab who was serving a six month jail sentence for medical reasons.
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Rights Activist Nabeel Rajab
Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, seen at his home in Bani Jamarah village, north of Bahrain 14 July 2015 upon his release from prison. Bahrain King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, pardoned Rajab who was serving a six month jail sentence for medical reasons.

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Nadeel Rajab Released 01
Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, seen at his home in Bani Jamarah village, north of Bahrain 14 July 2015 upon his release from prison. Bahrain King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, pardoned Rajab who was serving a six month jail sentence for medical reasons.

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Nadeel Rajab Released 02
Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, ( R ) seen as a well-wisher takes a selfie with him at his home in Bani Jamarah village, north of Bahrain 14 July 2015 upon his release from prison. Bahrain King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, pardoned Rajab who was serving a six month jail sentence for medical reasons.

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Nadeel Rajab Released 03
Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, seen at his home in Bani Jamarah village, north of Bahrain 14 July 2015 upon his release from prison. Bahrain King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, pardoned Rajab who was serving a six month jail sentence for medical reasons.

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Nadeel Rajab Released 04
Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, ( L ) greeted by well-wishers at his home in Bani Jamarah village, north of Bahrain 14 July 2015 upon his release from prison. Bahrain King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, pardoned Rajab who was serving a six month jail sentence for medical reasons.

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Nadeel Rajab Released 05
Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, ( C ) greeted by well-wishers at his home in Bani Jamarah village, north of Bahrain 14 July 2015 upon his release from prison. Bahrain King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, pardoned Rajab who was serving a six month jail sentence for medical reasons.

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Nadeel Rajab Released 06
Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, ( C ) greeted by well-wishers at his home in Bani Jamarah village, north of Bahrain 14 July 2015 upon his release from prison. Bahrain King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, pardoned Rajab who was serving a six month jail sentence for medical reasons.

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Nadeel Rajab Released 07
Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, ( C ) greeted by well-wishers at his home in Bani Jamarah village, north of Bahrain 14 July 2015 upon his release from prison. Bahrain King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, pardoned Rajab who was serving a six month jail sentence for medical reasons.

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Nadeel Rajab Released 08
Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, ( R ) flash the 'V' sign as a well-wisher takes a selfie with him at his home in Bani Jamarah village, north of Bahrain 14 July 2015 upon his release from prison. Bahrain King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, pardoned Rajab who was serving a six month jail sentence for medical reasons.

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Nadeel Rajab Released 09
Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, ( L ) flash the 'V' sign while receiving well-wishers at his home in Bani Jamarah village, north of Bahrain 14 July 2015 upon his release from prison. Bahrain King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, pardoned Rajab who was serving a six month jail sentence for medical reasons.

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Nabeel Rajab Release
Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, greeted by well-wishers at his home in Bani Jamarah village, north of Bahrain 14 July 2015 upon his release from prison. Bahrain King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, pardoned Rajab who was serving a six month jail sentence for medical reasons.

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Bani Jamarah
By MazenMahdi
14 Jul 2015

Rights activist, Nabeel Rajab, greeted by well-wishers at his home in Bani Jamarah village, north of Bahrain 14 July 2015 upon his release from prison. Bahrain King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, pardoned Rajab who was serving a six month jail sentence for medical reasons.

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Quds Day in Bahrain 2015
Abu Seba, Bahrain
By MazenMahdi
10 Jul 2015

Shiite Bahrainis march in Abu Seba village, north of Manama, following morning prayers to mark Quds Day which is being observed under the slogan “Quds, the compass of the revolutionary”.

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Bahrain Quds Day 01
Abu seba, Bahrain
By MazenMahdi
10 Jul 2015

Shiite Bahrainis march in Abu Seba village, north of Manama, following morning prayers to mark Quds Day which is being observed under the slogan “Quds, the compass of the revolutionary”.

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Bahrain Quds Day 02
Abu seba, Bahrain
By MazenMahdi
10 Jul 2015

Shiite Bahrainis march in Abu Seba village, north of Manama, following morning prayers to mark Quds Day which is being observed under the slogan “Quds, the compass of the revolutionary”.

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Bahrain Quds Day 05
Abu seba, Bahrain
By MazenMahdi
10 Jul 2015

Shiite Bahrainis march in Abu Seba village, north of Manama, following morning prayers to mark Quds Day which is being observed under the slogan “Quds, the compass of the revolutionary”.

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Bahrain Quds Day 07
Abu seba, Bahrain
By MazenMahdi
10 Jul 2015

Shiite Bahrainis march in Abu Seba village, north of Manama, following morning prayers to mark Quds Day which is being observed under the slogan “Quds, the compass of the revolutionary”.

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Quds Day Demonstration, Bahrain
Abu Seba
By MazenMahdi
10 Jul 2015

Shiite Bahrainis march in Abu Seba village, north of Manama, following morning prayers to mark Quds Day which is being observed under the slogan “Quds, the compass of the revolutionary”.

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Quds Day, Bahrain
Duraz, Bahrain
By MazenMahdi
10 Jul 2015

Shiites in Duraz, Bahrain staged a march through the village to mark Quds Day.

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Sunni and Shiite Joint Prayers in Bah...
Manama
By MazenMahdi
03 Jul 2015

Sunnis and Shiites hold joint Friday prayers in Bahrain amid tight security following bombing attacks believed to have been carried out by the Islamic State group against Shiite mosques in Kuwait and the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.

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Wherever They Are, We Are
Beirut
By b.yaacoub
19 Jun 2015

The image of the masked protestor, with their fiery eyes and fist in the air is one of the most iconic images in popular culture. This character has become romanticized, demonized, idolized, and oftentimes misunderstood. The upheaval that has taken place around the world, especially in the last four years, has both reinforced and broken this stereotype.

But who are those who take to the streets? Why do they do it? What do they want?

A procession of women in Nigeria, marching together with placards reading “Bring Back Our Girls”, has a considerably different tone than the charged clashes between riot police and anarchists in Greece. A candlelight vigil held by journalists in Lebanon in solidarity with Charlie Hebdo does not have the same risk of deadly violence as villagers and farmers confronting trigger-happy gunmen in Syria. And a group of concerned citizens voicing their discontent with the privatization of a public beach does not have the same high social and political stakes as those trying to overthrow an authoritarian regime.

However, despite vast differences in context and situation, those who take to the streets often share a common drive to stand up for ideas they believe in. For many, there is a common belief that by taking to the streets and making their voices public, they can influence change in their world.

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March and Clashes after Friday Prayer...
Diraz Village
By MazenMahdi
17 Jan 2015

16 January, 2015
Bahrain, Diraz Village

This video was shot onFriday 16 January 2015 inDuraz Village northwest of Bahrain demanding release of The shiite Sheikh Ali Salman, right after Friday Prayers, and the conflicts with the police that happen daily. The police use tear gas, tanks, law suits, and imprisoning to suppress these demonstrations.

Anti government demonstrations in Bahrain started in February 2011, influenced by the wave of uprisings in the Arab world at the beginning of 2011.

The demonstrations were led by the opposition in Bahrain, who demanded political, economic, and social adjustments.

Bahraini police suppressed the demonstrations in the central al-Loaloa square, which caused the people to move their protest to their villages demanding freedom.

In every demonstration in Bahrain, the people come into conflict with the police who fire tear gas and bullets into the crowd, resulting in injury or death.

In 28 December 2014, Sheikh Ali Salman was taken prisoner, he is the general-secretary in The Shia al-Wifak opposition organization. From that day the demonstrations have not stopped all over Bahrain.

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Protest and clashes in bahrain
Bilad Qadeem
By MazenMahdi
16 Jan 2015

16 January, 2015
Bahrain, Manama

This video was shot on Friday 16 January 2015 in al-Bilad al-Kadim and shows the continuing demonstrations demanding the release of The shiite Sheikh Ali Salman, and the conflicts with the police that happen daily. The police use tear gas, tanks, law suits, and imprisoning to suppress these demonstrations.

Anti government demonstrations in Bahrain started in February 2011, influenced by the wave of uprisings in the Arab world at the beginning of 2011.

The demonstrations were led by the opposition in Bahrain, who demanded political, economic, and social adjustments.

Bahraini police suppressed the demonstrations in the central al-Loaloa square, which caused the people to move their protest to their villages demanding freedom.

In every demonstration in Bahrain, the people come into conflict with the police who fire tear gas and bullets into the crowd, resulting in injury or death.

In 28 December 2014, Sheikh Ali Salman was taken prisoner, he is the general-secretary in The Shia al-Wifak opposition organization. From that day the demonstrations have not stopped all over Bahrain. al-Bilad al-Kadim, Sheikh Ali Salman's home neighborhood, is the center of demonstrations in the capital of Manama.

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Police Clamp Down on Protests in Bahrain
Manama
By MazenMahdi
14 Jan 2015

January 15, 2015
Manama, Bahrain

This video was shot on Thursday 15 January 2015 in al-Bilad al-Kadim and shows the continuing demonstrations demanding the release of The shiite Sheikh Ali Salman, and the conflicts with the police that happen daily. The police use tear gas, tanks, law suits, and imprisoning to suppress these demonstrations.

Anti government demonstrations in Bahrain started in February 2011, influenced by the wave of uprisings in the Arab world at the beginning of 2011.

The demonstrations were led by the opposition in Bahrain, who demanded political, economic, and social adjustments.

Bahraini police suppressed the demonstrations in the central al-Loaloa square, which caused the people to move their protest to their villages demanding freedom.

In every demonstration in Bahrain, the people come into conflict with the police who fire tear gas and bullets into the crowd, resulting in injury or death.

In 28 December 2014, Sheikh Ali Salman was taken prisoner, he is the general-secretary in The Shia al-Wifak opposition organization. From that day the demonstrations have not stopped all over Bahrain. al-Bilad al-Kadim, Sheikh Ali Salman's home neighborhood, is the center of demonstrations in the capital of Manama.

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Riot Police Use Dangerous Weapons Aga...
Bahrain
By AlFardan
26 Jul 2013

In Bahrain, Abu Saiba riot police were using molotov weapons against the anti-government protesters.

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Abu Saiba village : Dangerous Scene T...
Bahrain
By AlFardan
26 Jul 2013

Bahrain, a gulf country ruled by Sunni Dynasty, was shaken in February of 2013 by the Shia'a majority demanding democracy. The police used dangerous attacks against the anti-government protesters.

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Protestors battle with riot police in...
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
21 Jul 2013

Clashes occurred between riot police and protestors as a government crackdown on the anti-regime demonstrations was put into effect in several villages throughout the country, including Abu-Saibah. Riot police fired tear gas and according to a human rights group in Bahrain, more than 100 people have been injured so far. The Bahraini uprising began in mid-February 2011. This comes in front of the planned countrywide anti-regime protest on August 14, organized by Bahrain's "Tamorrod" movement. Abu Saiba, Bahrain, July 21, 2013.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (8 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (4 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (3 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (2 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (7 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (1 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance in Bahrain. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (10 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (5 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (11 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (12 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.