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Release Jassim Al Hulaibi and other prisoners of conscience

Release Jassim Al Hulaibi and other prisoners of conscience | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

Amongst the prisoners of conscience in Bahrain are university students who have not committed any crime. They are innocent. It’s essential to save them. One of the students is Jassim Al Hulaibi. Al Hulaibi was a student at Bahrain Teachers College. He had an excellent academic record. Instead of honoring this student for his excellent conduct and for his academic record, he is now in prison. He has been in prison since more than a year ago and was sentenced to 15 years.
It all started on March 13, 2011 when pro-democracy students protested in the university. Al Hulaibi was not with them. He was injured, and could not go to university. There are medical reports prove that.
On March 27, 2011 police raided Al Hulaibi’s home at 2 am and arbitrarily arrested him. They were beating him as they took him forcefully in the car. His family didn’t know his whereabouts for more than one month. Al Hulaibi was sentenced to 15 years in prison. The charges are: attempting murder, intimidating others, and vandalizing the university on March 13, 2011. Confessions were taken under torture. AL HULAIBI WAS NOT THERE AT UNIVERSITY ON THAT SPECIFIC DAY. He was injured as a result of a government forces attack on a peaceful protest in his neighborhood, and it would be impossible for him to leave to university or to walk with his injured leg.
Al Hulaibi is not the only student wrongly imprisoned in Bahrain. Please help us in freeing Al Hulaibi and other political prisoners.

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5,000 Bahrainis have now read my letter, your response, please!

5,000 Bahrainis have now read my letter, your response, please! | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

My letter is as follows:

13th March 2012

Sir, I write to you on the first anniversary of the violent incident that took place at the Al Sakhir campus of the University of Bahrain on 13th March 2011. I am writing to you publicly through an open letter because I have written to you personally on several occasions, yet you have not seen fit to reply to me.

I was an eye-witness to events on 13th March 2011 between the hours of 8.00 and 14.00, and made a personal effort to visit different locations that day to get the best possible overview of events that day. Thus, I witnessed events and spoke to faculty, students, security and staff at:

* Building S17, the Department of English Language and Literature

* Building S22, Bahrain Teachers College

* Building S20, the English Language Centre

* The university’s Main Square

* The car park bordered between BTC, DELL, the College of Arts, and the Business College

* The Food Court

* The security office at the main entrance.

I bore witness to these events at some personal risk to myself because reflecting on the situation it became apparent to me that my religious and personal ethics, my duty to my profession and its international standards and ethics, and my duty to my students outweighed my contract obligations to the University of Bahrain.

Accordingly, I probably saw more of events from different perspectives than any other faculty members who were present that day. My eye-witness testimony substantially contradicts the official report submitted to the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry by the University of Bahrain. To-date I have given testimony to the BICI, to the re-trial of individuals convicted of offences in connection to 13th March 2011, and a number of international professional associations and learned societies.

My written testimony is supported by documentary and photographic evidence. In summary, my evidence shows that:

* tensions increased on campus for two weeks before the 13th March incident

* rumours of violence against on-campus demonstrations were rife during this period

* the UoB administration made no effort whatsoever to advise, instruct, warn or train faculty members with regard to their responsibilities and accountability in respect to this unprecedented situation

* although unauthorized and disruptive of the university’s everyday activities, the initial demonstration was completely peaceful

* the initial peaceful demonstration consisted mainly of undergraduate young women in their late teens and early twenties

* the first use of violence on campus that day was by pro-regime students who had arrived on campus armed and prepared

* these were reinforced by waves of pro-regime vigilantes who arrived on campus armed with sharp-edged and blunt weapons

* the Interior Ministry riot police actively collaborated with these armed students and outside vigilantes

* male students at first formed a human chain to protect the female students under attack

* these only gradually began to arm themselves with weapons such as sticks defensively in reaction to the violence that had been initiated by the pro-regime students and outsiders

* I personally visited Building S20, and witnessed not “Sunni” but pro-regime “mujannas” students carrying weapons that had been brought into the university with malice aforethought

* in S20 Salafite fanatics were giving highly inflammatory speeches expressing extreme sectarian hatred in a bid to motivate the students there

* anti-regime outsiders did indeed arrive on-campus and committed acts of violence that had no place on a university campus, but this violence too was in response to violence that had already been initiated

* at the main entrance security forces in and out of uniform openly collaborated with thugs armed with weapons such as axes, spears, and swords

I have strong reason to believe that in sentences handed down in response to the events of 13th March 2011 justice was not served and people were punished unevenhandedly: sentences handed down were excessive; pro-regime students and outsiders against whom there is strong evidence that they have gone unpunished; I have evidence that students who were eventually allowed to return to university have been subject to intimidation and humiliation upon their return to UoB.

I am not alone in this, as you know, many international professional, learned and accreditation organisations are deeply critical of the actions of the University of Bahrain and the Bahrain Ministry of Education on 13th March 2011 and subsequently. It is therefore my strong belief that the best interests of the academic profession worldwide and educational and scholarly ethics demand that the University of Bahrain is isolated from the international academic community until such time as real, externally verifiable reform has taken place in Bahrain.

This is because the events of 13th March 2011 and the University of Bahrain’s subsequent actions have demonstrated that the university has functioned as an extension of the state security and surveillance apparatus in a way that grossly violates fundamental principles of academic freedom and human rights.

I have personal evidence of how the University of Bahrain functions as an arm of the state rather than as a genuine higher education institution in the form of the 22nd July 2011 letter written to me by the Head of the University of Bahrain’s Legal Office. This letter cites surveillance of my Internet activity as a reason for refusing my letter of resignation from the University of Bahrain of 18th May 2011. This letter is published elsewhere on this blog.

Slanderously, this letter accuses me of “sectarian” and “unauthorised” activity when all I was doing was exercising international norms of academic freedom. Evidence that the University of Bahrain is genuinely committed to reform would be:

* a general amnesty for all those accused of crimes in connection to 13th March

* full and generous compensation for all those who have been suspended or dismissed or who have suffered damage to their reputations as a result of decisions made by the University of Bahrain during 2011

* a public statement of apology from the University of Bahrain

* a thorough change of senior management at the University of Bahrain including, Sir, yourself

Universities worthy of the name are an asset to any country undergoing uncertainty, change and transformation. Sadly, the University of Bahrain is at present a university in name only. The government of Bahrain puts a great deal of emphasis on one particular report, that of the BICI.

Northern Ireland is perhaps the world’s best-studied society in conflict. Decision-makers are able to draw on some 7,000 studies on the conflict over some six decades from a very wide range of academic disciplines including anthropology, economics, history, law, political sciences, psephology, psychology, and sociology.

Some of these studies were commissioned by the UK government, others by other political actors. But many have come from genuinely independent universities. This is powerful evidence of how a free and vibrant higher education sector is an asset to societies in conflict.

Sadly, I cannot imagine how in its current form the University of Bahrain could undertake objective scholarly research on the Bahrain crisis. Indeed, I am not at all sure that there is a critical mass of faculty and administrators at the University of Bahrain as to what such research really is. Rather, it functions as an arm of state power; therefore, the international academic community should shun it.

The steps outlined above might go some way to demonstrating that the University of Bahrain is beginning to understand what a university really is. I therefore strongly recommend it follows them. I will send you a hardcopy of this letter, CCed to other stakeholders, with an additional paragraph outlining what I would consider to be just compensation in my personal case.

Yours sincerely,

Dr. Mike Diboll, FHEA

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Bahrain UOB Students Case: Become informed!....Outrageous!

Bahrain UOB Students Case:  Become informed!....Outrageous! | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it
Bahrain UOB Students Case by Abu Haider...
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Lamees Dhaif presents: Do not let Bahrainis down !

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The fate of the Nation, the Doctors and medics, and the university students are all in need of support by the World community!  Please help in any and all ways that you may be able! 

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Bahrain: Former University Of Bahrain professor speaks out about 13th March incident

Bahrain: Former University Of Bahrain professor speaks out about 13th March incident | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

The former UOB professor is my husband, Dr Mike Diboll. It is on the Bahrain Centre for Human Right's website but I've decided to repost it here as I don't know if the BCHR website is blocked in Bahrain...

 

see also:  http://is.gd/38etal

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Int'l Labor Org. complaint against Bahrain for discrimination!

Int'l Labor Org. complaint against Bahrain for discrimination! | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

The International Labour Organization (ILO) Listed on the agenda of the meetings of the session (312) of the Board of the International Labour Organization meeting in Geneva from 3 to Nov18, 2011, a complaint  made by 12 labor organizations against Bahrain.  The  complaint concerned the  non observance by Bahrain of the Discrimination (Employment and Occupation) Convention, 1958 (No. 111), made by delegates to the 100th Session (2011) of the International Labour Conference under article 26 of the ILO Constitution.

 

See:    http://is.gd/sfrgG2

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Bahrain's Youth Crackdown: Hard Lessons in Democracy Building

Bahrain's Youth Crackdown: Hard Lessons in Democracy Building | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it
The Bahraini government's inept handling of its students is a great example of why the kingdom is increasingly seen as a pariah state.
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BAHRAIN: Female teacher re-arrest exposes human rights abuse as others recount torture | Women News Network

BAHRAIN: Female teacher re-arrest exposes human rights abuse as others recount torture | Women News Network | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

Manama, BAHRAIN: Without proper jurisdiction and legal rights, school teacher and Vice President of Bahrain’s Teachers Association Mrs. Jaleela Al Salman has been forced to return to prison by Bahrain police security following her official release from prison while she was waiting for the appeal of her upcoming case set for December 11.

 

Jaleela Al-Salman,  Rula Al-Safar, Dr. Ghassan Daif

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Tara O'Grady: 19/10/11: Personal Account of Events in March at Bahrain University by one Bahraini Doctor

Tara O'Grady: 19/10/11: Personal Account of Events in March at Bahrain University by one Bahraini Doctor | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

An email I received during the week from a Bahraini Doctor .

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Bahrain & KSA: 3 Women are being deprived of the completion of their medical degrees....

Three Bahraini Female students are losing their dreams to graduate as Doctors from Dammam University in Saudia Arabia (KSA) after the official bodies in KSA banned them from entering Saudia Arabia due to the Political Crisis of Feb 14, 2011 that occured in Bahrain during the Arab Spring Revolutions period, and the story is as follows:

 

Personal Information of Zainab:
Name: Zainab Mohammed Maklooq
Age:(24years)
Nationality: Bahraini
Occupation: Medical Student
University: AL Dammam University (King Fiasal University previously)
Year of studying: 6th year medical student, last semester (two modules to graduate)

 

Personal Information of Aala’a:
Name: Aalaa Sayed Shubber Mohsin Majed (24years)
Nationality: Bahraini
Date of birth: 16th May 1987 (24)
Occupation: Medical Student
University: AL Dammam University (King Fiasal University previously)
Year of studying: 6th Year medical student, Last semester (two modules to graduate)

 

Personal Information of Zahra’a:
Name: Zahra Salman Mohamed Zabar (23years)
Date of birth: 12th January 1989
Occupation: Medical Student
University: Al Dammam University (King Faisal University previously)
Year of Studying: 5th Year medical Student.

 

Case Summary: During the period between the 14th of February 2011 till the16th of March 2011, where the Bahraini revolution took place before authorities cracked down all the protests, we were not allowed to get in or back from Saudi Arabia as smooth as it was. That’s why we had to stay over the weekend at the students housing although we used to get back to Bahrain to meet with our families. Ala’a and Zainab were in Bahrain during the weekend before the crack down took place on the 16th of March and could not get back to university until the 19th of March. However Zahra’a stayed there for more than two weeks because she had exams and was afraid if she get back to Bahrain she will not be able to get back to Saudi as all Shia were banned to get in. On the 21st of March 2011 10:00 PM the director of Al Dmmam University housing requested us to take our personal belongings as an order came from the Higher national security counsel requesting to depart us from Saudi Arabia immediately. We asked for more clarification at that time, but we were told that our families are waiting for us at King Fahd causeway without even mentioning the reasons for that action. Out of the students housing building which our flat is in, the Head of university’s office manager was waiting for us as he drove us in his private car to king Fahd causeway and he handed us to the Bahraini security Force.

Around 50 masked police officers were waiting for us. Until that time we were able to contact our families in Bahrain, but our contact them got stopped since we were submitted to Bahrain security Force as they’ve taken our mobile and they switched them off. They put us in a mini-bus and closed the windows and one of the policemen was shouting on us, belittling us and frightening us. We felt suffocated.

We were concerned because our parents do not know anything about us. Please note that Zainab was in her 13th week of pregnancy as she was most of the time in Bahrain.

The lawyer demanded three times the public persecution to release her because of her maternity condition, however, each time the request was rejected. After that, we have been taken to the police station at king Fahd causeway for further investigation.

At 4 a.m. from the 22nd of March Bahraini authorities took us to another temporary police station to stay the rest of the night there. Our families have had appointed Mr. Abdullah Al Shamlawi as our lawyer.

At 11 a.m. we had been taken again to King Fahd causeway police station where they started the investigations all again with the investigator started screaming and shouting that we have lost all the years of study and we will get a sentence of life imprisonment.

Also he said that we don’t deserve to get scholarships despite that we got the scholarship after we graduated with high GPA (98%) from secondary school.

On the same day, we have been presented to the Public Prosecution and the lawyer attended as well.

General Persecutions directed an accusation to us listed below:
1. Cursing the government symbols and leaders.
2. Incitement the hate toward the regime and demanding the overthrow the regime.
3. Organizing protests at the university and at the university housing in Saudi Arabia.
4. Contacting foreign channel and providing misleading information’s regarding the situation in Bahrain.

The lawyer asked the Public prosecutor to close the file, as there were no evidence against us neither by the Bahraini government or any known evidences provided by the Saudi authorities that would charge us. Despite that, the Public Prosecutor had decided to imprison us up for 7 days while holding our case pending for further investigation in a police station called “Isa town police station for women rehabilitation”. We were among the investigator decision we were supposed to stay in the custody for 7 days only.

However, the custody duration expanded to 23 days until the 13th of April. Suddenly, the authorities have decided to release us where we were handed back to our families from the same police station we detained from. At that time, they let us sign on pledge that we will not participate in any activity against the government and the royal family, we will not contact any media and they have the right to call us anytime if they hand new evidence and by that the case had been closed. On the 2nd of June Ala’a and Zahra received a call asking us to attend the military court.

Zainab was not asked to go due to her maternity. We asked for clarification but what we have been told that we need to sign papers regarding our case.

On the 6th of June we went to the military court and shocked that we were presented in front the military court judge were he accused us with the charge of participating in a protest in the Pearl Roundabout to commit crimes and breach of public security. None of the previous accusation was directed to us.

We had appointed another lawyer called Mr. Mohsin Al Aalwi and to attend court on our behalf. He attended 3 court sessions, when finally on the 21st of June we got the acquittal.

Later, when we decided to get back to the university, we where told from the Saudi authorities on the King Fahd Causeway that we were banned from getting in and we are not welcomed in the country anymore. We contacted the University to get a clarification regarding our studying status but they cleared that they have no authority to help us getting back and it was all directed to them from higher authorities.

From that day until today we had communicated with all possible responsible parties both in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia that might help in our case. We met with the Prince Mohammed Bin Fahd, the prince of the Eastern Region whom supposes to have a direct input in our case. Although, he showed some of understand to our situation, there were no actions taken.

Moreover, we reported the case to BICI (Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry), which one of their recommendations was to return all dismissed students back to their studying seats. The National Committee who’s assigned by the King to apply the recommendations duty was finished on the 20th of March 2012 without even reporting back regarding our case. Keeping in mind that we met with the president of that committee since they started.

Also, we communicated with all human rights defendant parties and committees inside and outside Bahrain.

Last but not least, we met with many committees and missions sent by many countries as UK, US and Ireland who visited Bahrain. Our Current situation, is unknown if we will be able to get back to Saudi where we need to complete the remaining semester (2 months. Otherwise, we need to apply to private universities where most of them we contacted requested us to repeat 3 to 4 years and on our own funding despite we used to have it as a scholarship.

We hope that your foundation could consider our case and help us completing our study.

 

With Regards,
Aalaa Al-Sayed
Zainab Mohammed
Zahara Salman

 

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Artwork for Free University of #Bahrain Students campaign – #FreeUOBstudents

Artwork for Free University of #Bahrain Students campaign – #FreeUOBstudents | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

University of Bahrain Students come together to stand in the face of injustice: http://www.uobstudents.blogspot.com/


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UOB Students .... gross miscarriage of justice in Bahrain!

UOB Students  ....  gross miscarriage of justice in Bahrain! | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

University of Bahrain Students come together to stand in the face of injustice. In their demand of democracy, 6 UOB students now serve an unjust military sentence of 15 years, while many others are facing trials. We are here to demand their freedom, their integrity and their lives back.

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Former University Professor's Testimony of March 13 University of Bahrain Incident | Bahrain Center for Human Rights

Former University Professor's Testimony of March 13 University of Bahrain Incident | Bahrain Center for Human Rights | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

see also:  http://is.gd/XiApEU

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Bahrain: Facebook posts are synonymous with illegal assembly, incitement, and disturbing the peace |

Bahrain: Facebook posts are synonymous with illegal assembly, incitement, and disturbing the peace | | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it
An online magazine that provides global leadership in support of the value of freedom of speech and creative expression, and provides a forum for the work and support of the careers of writers in exile.
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English & Arabic: Free the Students of the University of Bahrain !

English & Arabic:  Free the Students of the  University of Bahrain ! | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

#Bahrain | 14 UOB students are deprived of the right to education,#UOB #FreeUOBstudents

 

Deprived of the right to education .. 14 students from the University of Bahrain are being held behind bars

 

1. Shawqi Radhi [22 years] College of Business Administration - was sentenced to prison for 15 years | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

2. Jawad Almahari [24 years] College of Law - was sentenced to prison for 15 years | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

3. Jassim Almukhodar [20 years] Bahrain Teachers College - was sentenced to prison for 15 years | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

4. Jassim Alhulaibi [19 years] Bahrain Teachers College - was sentenced to prison for 15 years | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

5. Yousif Ahmed [20 years] College of Business Administration - was sentenced to prison for 15 years | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

Was sentenced in the case of the events of the #UOB "13/3" as well as to pay a penalty of 349,300 BD | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

6. Jassim Ali Yahya [20 years] College of Business Administration - was sentenced to prison for 20 years | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

Jassim Ali Yahya is accused in the abduction of a security man in the North Sehla, was arrested on 16 March | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

7. Ali Almolani [20 years] College of Engineering - was sentenced to prison for 3 years | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

Ali Almolani was arrested at a checkpoint and was sentenced in the case of an illegal gathering and rioting crowds | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBs

8.Mohammed Ali Alsheikh [College of Business Administration] suspended for 45 days on pending investigation | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

Mohammed Ali Alsheikh was arrested after the suppression of self-determination in the Aali Village | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

9. Mohammed Nusaif [College of Engineering] suspended for 45 days on pending investigation | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

Mohammed Nusaif was arrested after the suppression of self-determination in the Aali Village | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

10. Abbas Mahdi [College of Applied] suspended for 45 days on pending investigation - arrested in Sanad on 3/10 | #Bahrain #FreeUOBstudents

11. Yasser Mansour Madan [College of Information Technology] suspended for 45 days on pending investigation | #Bahrain #FreeUOBstudents #UOB

Yasser Mansour Madan was arrested in Sanabis Village on 23/9 | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

12. Fadel Abbas Majeed [College of Business Administration] was arrested on 7/10 | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

13. Hussain Ali [College of Engineering] was arrested on 11/9 | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

14. S.Wael S.Hashim [College of Engineering] was arrested this morning 2 / 11 | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

S.Wael was arrested after SF's broke into his house  in the Aldair village | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

These 14 students from the #UOB, who are still detained - we demand their release ! Their place is in the University, not behind bars  !| #Bahrain

 

يحرمون من حق التعليم .. 14 طالب من جامعة البحرين مغيبون خلف القضبان | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

1. الطالب شوقي رضي [22 عام] كلية إدارة الأعمال - تم الحكم عليه بالسجن لمدة 15 سنة | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

2. الطالب جواد المحاري [24 عام] كلية الحقوق - تم الحكم عليه بالسجن لمدة 15 سنة | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

3. الطالب جاسم المخوضر [20 عام] كلية المعلمين - تم الحكم عليه بالسجن لمدة 15 سنة | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

4. الطالب جاسم الحليبي [19 عام] كلية المعلمين - تم الحكم عليه بالسجن لمدة 15 سنة | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

5. الطالب يوسف أحمد [20 عام] كلية إدارة الأعمال - تم الحكم عليه بالسجن لمدة 15 سنة | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

تم الحكم عليهم في قضية أحداث الجامعة بالإضافة لغرامة مالية تبلغ 349,300 دينار بحريني | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

6. الطالب جاسم علي يحيى [20 عام] كلية إدارة الأعمال - تم الحكم عليه بالسجن لمدة 20 سنة | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

الطالب جاسم علي يحيى متهم في قضية خطف رجل امن في السهلة الشمالية , تم إعتقاله بتاريخ 16 مارس | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

7. الطالب علي المولاني [20 عام] كلية الهندسة - تم الحكم عليه بالسجن لمدة 3 سنوات | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

الطالب علي المولاني تم إعتقاله في نقطة تفتيش و تم الحكم عليه في قضية تجمهر وأعمال شغب | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

8. الطالب محمد علي الشيخ [كلية إدارة الأعمال] موقوف لمدة 45 يوم على ذمة التحقيق | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

تم إعتقال الطالب محمد علي الشيخ بعد قمع إعتصام تقرير المصير في قرية عالي | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

9. الطالب محمد نصيف [كلية الهندسة] موقوف لمدة 45 يوم على ذمة التحقيق | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

تم إعتقال الطالب محمد نصيف بعد قمع إعتصام تقرير المصير في قرية عالي | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

10. الطالب عباس مهدي [كلية التطبيقي] موقوف لمدة 45 يوم على ذمة التحقيق - تم إعتقاله في قرية سند بتاريخ 3/10 | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

11. الطالب ياسر منصور مدن [كلية تقنية المعلومات] موقوف لمدة 45 يوم على ذمة التحقيق - تم إعتقاله في قرية السنابس بتاريخ 23/9 | #Bahrain #UOB

12. الطالب فاضل عباس مجيد [كلية إدارة الأعمال] تم إعتقاله بتاريخ 7/10 | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

13. الطالب حسين علي [كلية الهندسة] تم إعتقاله بتاريخ 11/9 | #Bahrain #UOB #FreeUOBstudents

14. الطالب السيد وائل السيد هاشم [كلية الهندسة] تم إعتقاله فجر اليوم 2/11 بعد إقتحام منزله وتكسيره في قرية الدير | #Bahrain #FreeUOBstudents

هؤلاء الـ 14 طالب من جامعة البحرين الذين لا زالوا معتقلين - أفرجوا عنهم فمكانهم مقاعد الدراسة وليس خلف القضبان | #Bahrain #FreeUOBstudents

ونسأل الله الفرج العالجل عن الجميع
والشكر الجزيل للأخ العزيز
على جهوده الكبيرة

تحياتي,
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Education International - Bahrain: End the violations against teachers, unionists and students

Education International - Bahrain: End the violations against teachers, unionists and students | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

Help us end the violations against teachers, unionists and students! Go to site and click to send an online message to Bahraini authorities now!

 

Free Mahdi Abu Deeb !

Free Jalila Al-Salman!

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I Stand with Bahraini Activists

I Stand with Bahraini Activists | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

Please sign and encourage others to sign too....

 

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Free Mahdi Abu Deeb,  Free Abdulhadi AlKhawaja,  Free ALL prisoners of conscience in Bahrain!

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Index on Censorship » Blog Archive » Bahrain: Where a Facebook “like” gets you expelled

Index on Censorship » Blog Archive » Bahrain: Where a Facebook “like” gets you expelled | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

“I am supposed to be in a classroom right now” Oun told Index. She is one of 31 students permanently expelled from Bahrain Polytechnic for allegedly being involved in pro-democracy protests in February.

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