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US Should Not Reward Bahrain with Military Equipment

01/30/2012

Over the weekend, the US administration chose to move forward with the sale of military equipment to Bahrain, despite the fact that tear gas assaults on minority Shi’a neighborhoods recently took the life of a 6-day-old girl and a 14-year-old boy. Such a sale, even if it does not include weapons, sends the wrong message to the people of Bahrain who are protesting government oppression.

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Bahrain detainee dies in custody, opposition sees torture

Reuters
01/26/2012

A 19-year old Bahraini protester has died in the hospital while in custody. According to Bahraini police, he died as a result of chronic disease, but opposition groups argue that the detainee was injured in a protest, then detained and tortured. In light of the continued abuses of the Bahraini government, PHR is calling for the US government to hold fast to its decision to delay sales of military equipment to Bahrain.

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Bahrain police fire tear gas at demo in capital

Tehran Times
01/25/2012

The Bahraini government has continued its violent crackdown on opposition groups, firing tear gas and stun grenades at protestors and torturing anti-government activists. PHR reports have demonstrated that doctors and nurses who have born witness to violent government actions have been targeted for persecution and torture.

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The Royal Stall

The Public Record
01/24/2012

The Bahraini government's recent refusal to allow Richard Sollom, deputy director of PHR, to enter the country is a sign that the country has not kept its promises. The king has claimed that he is eager for dialogue, but by refusing to allow Sollom and other human rights investigators to enter Bahrain, he has shown that his pledges were empty words.

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HRW: Bahrain: Rights Activist Attacked

Bahrain Center for Human Rights
01/17/2012

Nabeel Rajab, head of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, reported to Human Rights Watch that he was beaten by police while leaving a peaceful protest on January 6, 2012. This attack is another example of the ongoing abuses in Bahrain, which recently denied entrance to PHR's deputy director Richard Sollum and prevented him from attending the appeals trial of 20 Bahraini medics who were convicted in September for treating protestors.

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