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Bahrain: An open letter from the family of Human Rights Defender Nabeel Rajab

Bahrain: An open letter from the family of Human Rights Defender Nabeel Rajab | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

My name is Sumaya Rajab, the wife of the prominent Bahraini human rights defender, Nabeel Rajab, who is currently detained in Bahrain. I write this letter in my name, and the names of our son Adam and our daughter Malak to urge you to use your influence and act quickly to guarantee my husband’s release immediately and unconditionally.

The Bahraini government fabricated a number of cases against Nabeel to take revenge because of his human rights activities. He was recently convicted as a result of his tweets in which he criticized the Prime Minister who has been in his post for 42 years. It is well-known that Nabeel exercised his right to freedom of expression in his tweets, which was guaranteed by all international conventions for human rights. Other cases taken against Nabeel related to his criticism of the security forces and the use of excessive force and torture and also his calls for peaceful protests through social networks. The right to assembly to demand civil rights is guaranteed by Bahraini laws.

My husband Nabeel is a prominent Bahraini rights activist and he is the head of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights, director of the Gulf Centre for Human Rights, and a member of Human Rights Watch’s MENA Advisory Board. He is also the Vice-President of the International Federation for Human Rights. Nabeel has worked in human rights for 20 years and he has held important positions in several countries.

With the beginning of what is known as the Arab Spring, Nabeel initiated many peaceful activities to support the right of all peoples to decide their destinies. This came at the same time as the Bahraini revolution in February 2011 which demanded the Bahraini people’s legitimate rights to democracy, social justice and the end of corruption. Nabeel initiated a campaign on social networks to support Bahraini people’s rights, erase corruption and uncover violations of human rights. He also tried to uncover the role of the ruling regime in Bahrain in these violations. Nabeel has become one the most prominent activists on social networks, especially Twitter. He has at present more than 166,000 followers from all around the world. He travelled around the world and he met several international officials both in the West and the Middle East and officials in human rights organizations and institutions to uncover the human rights violations carried out by the regime and to explore ways to stop these violations and end the impunity. Nabeel and his team at the BCHR succeeded in uncovering the lies of the regime in front of the world. As a result, the Bahraini regime manipulated the politicized judicial authorities to fabricate cases against him in order to imprison him and stop his influential activities.

Bahraini security forces attacked his home on several occasions and fired tear gas inside the house in order to put pressure on him and his family. His family, including his children and elderly mother, have suffered from breathing problems more than once as a result of the tear gas. What happened inside the house was documented by video recordings and through international statements issued on these occasions. The regime also made it difficult for Nabeel to work and ruined his business. Our children were harassed in school and I, his wife, was sacked from my job after a campaign of harassment so that the regime could make sure that Nabeel’s only income was stopped. Nabeel has been arrested and interrogated on several occasions for his criticism of the regime and also for his calls for peaceful protests. He declared from his prison that he rejects all these fabricated charges and he refuses to appear before any court because the judicial system in Bahrain lacks independence and transparency. Dozens of regional and international human rights organisations issued statements demanding the immediate release of Nabeel Rajab, an end to the harassment of him and our family and also that he be allowed to work freely on his independent human rights activities, but the Bahraini regime did not respond to all these calls.

Nabeel Rajab is currently held at Jaw central prison in harsh conditions which reflect the desire of the Bahraini regime to take revenge. He is being held in a dirty cell where there are insects. The cell has no ventilation despite the high temperature. He is isolated from political prisoners and held with criminal prisoners. Prisoners are not allowed to talk to him, excluding the two people who share the cell with him. He was refused access to the doctor despite the fact that he suffers from eczema, high blood pressure and an irregular heartbeat. In addition, on several occasions, the prison administration has denied access to his medication in order to put pressure on him. Contrary to the rules of Bahraini prisons, we as a family are harassed when we apply to visit him and the reply to the applications always take a long time. Also, in contrast to other detainees, he is always brought to the visiting room with his hands handcuffed.

We, as the family of Nabeel Rajab, plead to you and plead to the UN and all international human rights organizations and institutions to demand from the Bahraini authorities that Nabeel Rajab should be released, that abuses against him and our family should stop and that he should be allowed to practice his human rights activities as guaranteed by all international conventions. We also hold the international community responsible for protecting freedoms and human rights in Bahrain and for working to put an end to human rights violations against the Bahraini people and especially against human rights defenders such as Nabeel Rajab.

We hope that you will take our plea into consideration and that you realize that the silence of some Western governments about the gross human rights violations in Bahrain means that the Bahraini people will lose trust in you and in principles you talk about. The people of Bahrain cannot understand the silence of the international community about the violations taking place in Bahrain while it is moving to resolve violations in other areas of the world. Freedom and respect for human rights are the only path to building a flourishing future for all people without any exception, and we in Bahrain long to build a state based on the foundations of justice and equality for all Bahraini people without any exception.

Bahrain, 11 August 2012

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BAHRAIN: Ongoing arbitrary arrests and judicial harassment of human rights defenders

BAHRAIN: Ongoing arbitrary arrests and judicial harassment of human rights defenders | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

...The Observatory is deeply concerned about this new postponement, as its only aim seems to be to keep Mr. Nabeel Rajab in detention as long as possible, by delaying the examination of the request filed by his lawyers against his 3-month imprisonment sentence. The Observatory reiterates its call on the Bahraini authorities to immediately and unconditionally release him as his detention is arbitrary and only aims at sanctioning his human rights activities.

The Observatory firmly denounces these new developments against human rights activities in Bahrain, and recalls the authorities’ obligation to comply with the international human rights instruments ratified by the Kingdom of Bahrain, and with the 1998 Declaration on Human Rights Defenders and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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Drop all charges against Nabeel Rajab and unconditionally release him from jail

Drop all charges against Nabeel Rajab and unconditionally release him from jail | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

...CIVICUS believes that the charges against Nabeel are unwarranted and aimed at preventing him from carrying out his activities as a human rights defender.

Nabeel has been a prolific campaigner against the continuing and widespread human rights violations in Bahrain, taking place in the backdrop of demands for democratic freedoms since March 2011. A keynote speaker at last year's CIVICUS World Assembly, Nabeel has been the victim of judicial persecution in the past.

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The Trench: The Trials of Nabeel Rajab

The Trench: The Trials of Nabeel Rajab | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

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Jailed for "insulting" Prime Minister Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa with a Tweet (he predicted that the Premiers' supporters wouldn't show up without being paid), the head of Bahrain's Center For Human Rights (BCHR) had been released from detention only weeks earlier for "inciting an illegal gathering." Reports also surfaced claiming that many of Rajab's accusers doubled as employees of Bahrain's security forces, and he ultimately received no real due process before being sentanced. Rajab's appeal was postponed from July 18th to the 24th and now to August 5th, demonstrating a systematic harassment against one of the region's noblest activists.

Problematically for King Hamad, his treatment of Rajab is simply brightening the aura of a non-violent protest leader. ...Rajab's stature is only growing with each detention and he will eventually return to the streets more powerful than before. This counterproductive strategy has immediately manifested on the pavement and Internet, where Rajab's presence remains a concrete force of action. Bahrainis are organizing solidarity protests outside of Rajab's house and Twitter campaigns in his name, destroying the monarchy's feeble attempt to silence him. ...

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Bogus Bahraini Jurisprudence! | The case of Nabeel Rajab!

Bogus Bahraini Jurisprudence!  | The case of Nabeel Rajab! | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

Evidencing that the judge isn't impartial and may have already prejudged the case upon other factors, a totally human frailty, is an insult punishable with jailtime and more fines?!  Ridiculous!

Impartiallity and the appearance of legitimacy is essential to jurisprudence .....  this thin-skinned judge needs to be kicked off the bench!

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Sentenced for social media: Bahrain activist jailed over tweet - Storyful

Sentenced for social media: Bahrain activist jailed over tweet - Storyful | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it
Bahraini anti-government campaigner Nabeel Rajab, a prominent activist who has been using social media to highlight human rights abuses in the kingdom, was jailed on Monday after being sentenced to three months imprisonment for a tweet.
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BAHRAIN: Arbitrary Arrest of Mr. Nabeel Rajab - FIDH

BAHRAIN: Arbitrary Arrest of Mr. Nabeel Rajab - FIDH | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

...The Observatory calls for the immediate and unconditional release of Mr. Rajab, and is extremely concerned about the fact that four cases have been filed against him since May 2012.

The Observatory more generally urges the Bahraini authorities to put an end to all acts of harassment – including at the judicial level – against Mr. Rajab, and to comply with the relevant international norms and standards, in particular the United Nations (UN) Declaration on Human Rights Defenders, adopted by the UN General Assembly on December 9, 1998, and international human rights standards and international instruments ratified by Bahrain. ...

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Nabeel Rajab Arrested in Bahrain | Civil Disobedience for freedom!

www.witnessbahrain.orgJuly 2012 - Human rights defender Nabeel Rajab was arrested from his home after being sentenced to 3 months in jail for sending a tweet that was critical of the Bahraini Prime Minister. Before being arrested, Rajab retweeted the same tweet that led to the case against him. 

 

[Nabeel Rajab is setting an example......He demonstrates civil disobedience and shows the path all must take......THE REGIME CANNOT, MUST NOT, BE ALLOWED TO SILENCE THE DESIRE FOR FREEDOM AND SELF-GOVERNEMNT.  BAHRAIN WILL BE FREE!  SUMOOD!]

 

 

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Bahrain Jails Prominent Human Rights Defender over Tweet | Human Rights First

Bahrain Jails Prominent Human Rights Defender over Tweet | Human Rights First | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

Washington, DC – In a further intensification of attacks on prominent human rights defenders, the Bahrain regime today sentenced Nabeel Rajab to three months in prison for criticizing the Prime Minister on Twitter.
“There is a pattern of direct physical and judicial assault on prominent human rights defenders who speak out in the street or on Twitter,” said Brian Dooley of Human Rights First. ...

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Bahraini activist Nabeel Rajab jailed for tweets | UNCUT #Rajab #Khalifa #Bahrain

Bahraini activist Nabeel Rajab jailed for tweets | UNCUT #Rajab #Khalifa #Bahrain | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

On 2 June, Rajab tweeted:

“Khalifa, leave the residents of Al Mahraq, its Sheikhs and its elderly. Everyone knows that you are not popular here, and if there wasn’t a need for money, they wouldn’t have gone out to receive you. When will you step down?”

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[Well!  That's fairly mild, really!  I was thinking more like:  

 

"Khalifas, you no-good thieving fascists,  leave office before you are shamefully forcibly removed from office by the overpowering majority of your citizens.  Your days of robbing the coffers of Bahrain, stealing the lands and mineral wealth of the nation, and your days of hedonistic pleasure at the sufferings of your people are OVER!

PACK-UP AND LEAVE! "  ] 

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’آفاز’: وقعوا من أجل رفع حظر السفر عن نبيل رجب

’آفاز’: وقعوا من أجل رفع حظر السفر عن نبيل رجب | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it
موقع مرآة البحرين...

 

Here's the link to the petition:  http://is.gd/vqXnpJ ;

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Petition for the release of Nabeel Rejab from a travel ban that attempts to restrict his Human Rights activities!

Petition for the release of Nabeel Rejab from a travel ban that attempts to restrict his Human Rights activities! | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it
Nabeel Rajab is a World recognized champion of the cause for human rights. His activities span the globe and help all peoples. His particular focus has been Human Rights in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries and migrant rights throughout Asia.
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Nabeel Rajab: Al Khalifa unwilling to stop violence

Bahraini protesters have held a demonstration in the village of Ma'ameer to condemn the United States for supporting the Al Khalifa regime.

Interview with Nabeel Rajab, with the Bahrain Center for Human Rights

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Will Bahrain’s King stop imprisoning peaceful critics?

Will Bahrain’s King stop imprisoning peaceful critics? | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

Just this afternoon, 19 Members of Congress sent a letter urging Bahrain’s King Shaikh Hamad bin ‘Issa Al Khalifa to release Nabeel Rajab, a man imprisoned for a tweet.

Nabeel is one of the “Bahrain 14” – 14 political activists sentenced to everything from three months to life in prison simply for engaging in nonviolent speech, expression, or association. Seven of the 14 have been given unbelievable life sentences in prison for their activism....

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Bahrain: Calls for the immediate release of human rights defender Nabeel Rajab

Bahrain: Calls for the immediate release of human rights defender Nabeel Rajab | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

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he GCHR and BCHR urge the authorities in Bahrain to:

Immediately and unconditionally release Nabeel Rajab and all other human rights defenders who have been detained solely as a result of their legitimate human rights work;
Immediately ensure that Nabeel Rajab has access to a doctor and to any medical treatment that he requires;
Take all necessary measures to guarantee the physical and psychological integrity and security of Nabeel Rajab;
Guarantee in all circumstances that all human rights defenders in Bahrain are able to carry out their legitimate human rights activities without fear of reprisals and free of all restrictions including judicial harassment
The GCHR respectfully reminds you that the United Nations Declaration on the Right and Responsibility of Individuals, Groups and Organs of Society to Promote and Protect Universally Recognized Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, adopted by consensus by the UN General Assembly on 9 December 1998, recognises the legitimacy of the activities of human rights defenders, their right to freedom of association and to carry out their activities without fear of reprisals. We would particularly draw your attention to Article 6 (b and c): “Everyone has the right, individually and in association with others: (b) As provided for in human rights and other applicable international instruments, freely to publish, impart or disseminate to others views, information and knowledge on all human rights and fundamental freedoms; (c) To study, discuss, form and hold opinions on the observance, both in law and in practice, of all human rights and fundamental freedoms and, through these and other appropriate means, to draw public attention to those matters”, and to Article 12 (1 and 2): “(1) Everyone has the right, individually and in association with others, to participate in peaceful activities against violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms. (2) The State shall take all necessary measures to ensure the protection by the competent authorities of everyone, individually and in association with others, against any violence, threats, retaliation, de facto or de jure adverse discrimination, pressure or any other arbitrary action as a consequence of his or her legitimate exercise of the rights referred to in the present Declaration.”

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Bahrain: Ongoing arbitrary detention and judicial harassment of Nabeel Rajab

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The Observatory denounces the ongoing arbitrary detention and judicial harassment of Mr. Nabeel Rajab, which
seems to merely aim at hindering his human rights activities and at stifling his attempts to fight corruption in Bahrain.
The Observatory also recalls that normally, courts issue fines for libel cases, and not imprisonment sentences.
The Observatory calls for the immediate and unconditional release of Mr. Rajab, and is extremely concerned about
the fact that four cases have been filed against him since May 2012, and that three of them are still pending.
More generally, the Observatory urges the Bahraini authorities to put an end to all acts of harassment - including at
the judicial level - against Mr. Rajab, and to comply with the relevant international norms and standards, in particular
the United Nations (UN) Declaration on Human Rights Defenders, adopted by the UN General Assembly on
December 9, 1998, and international human rights standards and international instruments ratified by Bahrain. ...

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Free Human Rights Activist Jailed for a Tweet in Bahrain

Free Human Rights Activist Jailed for a Tweet in Bahrain | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

Please sign up to send your letter to the Bahraini authorities condemning their actions.......

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This Week in Internet Censorship: Netizens Sentenced in Oman, Malaysia, and Bahrain; Maldivian Blogger Attacked; New Human Rights Watch Report on Iraqi Cybercrime Bill | Electronic Frontier Foundation

In Bahrain and Oman, netizens are coming under fire once again. In Bahrain--where opposition activists have frequently been detained and maligned on social networks--Nabeel Rajab, president of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, a fellow member of IFEX, wassentenced on July 10 to three months in prison for a tweet.  Rajab was arrested in May and charged with inciting protest on social networks.  After being released on bail, he was thenarrested again on June 6 on charges of "insulting in public" after tweeting for Bahrain's rulers to step down.  Rajab has been persecuted by the Bahraini government for more than a year for his activism as part of their broader crackdown on opposition.  EFF once again calls on the international community to condemn the persecution of bloggers and citizen journalists at the hands of Bahrain's regime. ....

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Bahrain: Arbitrary arrest and detention of Mr. Nabeel Rajab / July 11, 2012

Bahrain: Arbitrary arrest and detention of Mr. Nabeel Rajab / July 11, 2012 | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

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Actions requested:

The Observatory urges the authorities of Bahrain to:

Guarantee the physical and psychological integrity of Mr. Nabeel Rajab and all human rights defenders in Bahrain;

Release Mr. Nabeel Rajab immediately and unconditionally as his detention seems to merely sanction his human rights activities and is contrary to national and international law;

Put an end to any act of harassment, including at the judicial level, against Mr. Nabeel Rajab and against all human rights defenders in Bahrain;

Conform in any circumstances with the provisions of the Declaration on Human Rights Defenders, adopted on December 9, 1998 by the United Nations General Assembly, in particular:
- its Article 1, which states that “everyone has the right, individually or in association with others, to promote the protection and realization of human rights and fundamental freedoms at the national and international levels” ;

- its Article 6 (c) which states that “everyone has the right, individually and in association with others to study, discuss, form and hold opinions on the observance, both in law and in practice, of all human rights and fundamental freedoms and, through these and other appropriate means, to draw public attention to those matters” ;
- and its Article 12.2 which states that “the State shall take all necessary measures to ensure the protection by the competent authorities of everyone, individually and in association with others, against any violence, threats, retaliation, de facto or de jure adverse discrimination, pressure or any other arbitrary action as a consequence of his or her legitimate exercise of the rights referred to in the present Declaration”.

vi. Ensure in all circumstances respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms in accordance with international human rights standards and international instruments ratified by Bahrain.

 

Addresses:
· Cheikh Hamad bin Issa AL KHALIFA, King of Bahrain, Fax: +973 176 64 587
· Cheikh Khaled Bin Ahmad AL KHALIFA, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Tel: +973 172 27 555; Fax : +973 172 12 6032
· Cheikh Khalid bin Ali AL KHALIFA, Minister of Justice and Islamic Affairs, Tel: +973 175 31 333; Fax: +973 175 31 284
· Lt. Gen. Cheikh Rashed bin Abdulla AL KHALIFA, Minister of Interior, Tel: +973 17572222 and +973 17390000. Email: info@interior.gov.bh
· Permanent Mission of Bahrain to the United Nations in Geneva, 1 chemin Jacques-Attenville, 1218 Grand-Saconnex, CP 39, 1292 Chambésy, Switzerland. Fax: + 41 22 758 96 50. Email: info@bahrain-mission.ch

 

Please also write to diplomatic representations of Bahrain in your respective countries.

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Bahraini human rights activist Nabeel Rajab jailed for tweeting | IMS

Bahraini human rights activist Nabeel Rajab jailed for tweeting | IMS | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

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"No easy road to democracy"
Nabeel Rajab has campaigned around the world to bring attention to human rights abuses in Bahrain, including the case of former head of the Bahrain Human Rights Centre and IMS partner Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja. Visiting International Media Support in fall 2011 to speak to Danish media and politicians to highlight the case Abdulhadi, Nabeel Rajab said:

- There is no easy road to democracy. I know this. But we believe that it is worthwhile fighting for the cause. We've seen it in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya and it must be possible in Bahrain.

Since February 2011, thousands have protested in the streets of Bahrain and been arrested for demonstrating their wish for democratic change in the kingdom. Despite promises by the government to stop crackdowns on its people and respect the rights of its citizens, the government continues on its course to silence those critical of the regime.

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Free Nabeel Rajab and all Bahraini prisoners of conscience from detentions in Bahrain!

Free Nabeel Rajab and all Bahraini prisoners of conscience from detentions in Bahrain! | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it
The UN has recently stated that internet access and freedom of expression through the internet is a basic human right.

 

See also :  UN on Human Rights:  http://is.gd/O2NBl1  ;

Other Nabeel Rajab petitions:  http://is.gd/tdVscO

 

 

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Bahrain imprisons leading rights activist over pro-democracy tweet — RT

Bahrain imprisons leading rights activist over pro-democracy tweet — RT | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

Prominent Bahraini human rights activist Nabeel Rajab has been sentenced to three months in jail on charges linked to anti-government messages he posted on Twitter.

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The last time Rajab was detained was right after recording The Julian Assange Show, set up by the WikiLeaks founder and premiered on RT. In the show, Rajab slammed the US and Saudi Arabia for supporting the Bahraini monarchy while calling on Syria’s President Bashar Al-Assad to step down.
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The court’s ruling may not go down well with Rajab’s thousands of supporters, who staged massive protests in June following the activist’s arrest. The small kingdom in the Persian Gulf has seen 16 months of anti-regime demos, in which Rajab has been a key figure.

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بالصور: كل ماحدث اليوم لنبيل رجب من قبل الاقتحام و حتى الاعتقال | آزادنكار ..... Yasqot Hamad!

بالصور: كل ماحدث اليوم لنبيل رجب من قبل الاقتحام و حتى الاعتقال | آزادنكار    .....    Yasqot Hamad! | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it

More bogus charges and arrests of the opposition intelligentsia in Bahrain!  When will the idiotic Alkhalifas realize that all they are doing is strengthening the opposition?!   With each martyr's blood, with each protester's maimed future, and with every leader falsely arrested, the Alkhalifas further seal their fate.....Yasqot Hamad!

Yasqot Alkhalifas.........Sumoood!

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Internet Access Is a Human Right, Says United Nations

Internet Access Is a Human Right, Says United Nations | Human Rights and the Will to be free | Scoop.it
A United Nations human rights body resolution passed this week called Internet access and freedom of online expression a basic human right.

The resolution says that all people should be allowed to connect to and express themselves freely on the Internet. All 47 members of the Human Rights Council, including notoriously censorship-prone countries such as China and Cuba, signed the resolution

 

[This should impact directly upon Nabeel Rajab's case.....]

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فرحة نبيل رجب مع شباب دمستان بمولد المنتظر 2012.7.5 Bahrain

Nabeel celebrates the birth of Imam Al Mahdi

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