Occupy Bahrain: An urgent message to the world

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on Nov 18, 2011

From Bahrain an urgent message to the world

Occupy Bahrain An urgent message to the world


on Nov 24, 2011

In this News Analysis we will break down the finding of Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry called the BICI which officially released these findings.

The Commission’s conclusion is that Saudi-backed security forces even before the Saudi military intervention, used torture and excessive force to crackdown on peaceful protesters.

Will the violent crackdown stop now and ultimately what does this mean for Bahrainis who want a regime change?

Bahrain found guilty of bloody crackdown on protesters-News Analysis-11-23-2011


on Nov 24, 2011

Police in Bahrain have clashed with hundreds of protesters near the capital Manama.

Dozens of people were arrested as they were leaving a funeral in the village of A’ali.

The clashes come just a day after an official report accused security forces of using excessive force against protesters.

Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Vall reports from A’ali village.

Protests roil Bahrain after report’s release


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