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Doctor tends to sniper victim, Mistrata, Libya

Libya: Beating and Imprisonment of Doctor is Decried

06/05/2012

Dr. Salem Forjani, a heart surgeon for the Health Ministry in Libya who was beaten and imprisoned last month by the Government’s Supreme Security Committee (SSC). PHR decries his treatment and calls for Libya to establish a rule of law and hold the perpetrators accountable.

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The Amazing Story and Success of the Iran Free the Docs Campaign

Top Secret Writers
06/05/2012

Dennis Dufrene, writing in Top Secret Writers, details the success of PHR's Free the Docs campaign in Iran.

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Sign the Petition to Tell Dr. Assad: Stop The Attacks!

05/30/2012

PHR and leading medical associations have called on President Bashar al-Assad—who trained as a doctor—to remember his oath to heal, not harm. Click Here to Sign Our Petition—tell Dr. Assad to honor the ceasefire, stop the attacks, and let medical professionals honor their oath to heal.

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Tank at College of Health Sciences, Salmaniya Medical Complex, Bahrain

Militarization of Bahraini Health System Causes Widespread Fear and Avoidance of Treatment

05/21/2012

The ongoing militarization of Bahrain’s public health system has negatively impacted the country’s citizens especially the sick and wounded, says a new PHR report. According to the report, over the past 14 months, the Government of Bahrain has denied a large segment of the population safe access to impartial medical care, resulting in widespread fear among civilians seeking medical treatment.

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Wounded Bahraini Treated in Home

PHR Report Featured in Crucial NYT Article

New York Times
05/21/2012

For injured protesters, houses have replaced the country’s largest public hospital, the Salmaniya Medical Complex, a crucial site in the conflict between Bahrain’s ruling monarchy and its opponents since the beginning of a popular uprising in February 2011. Because of a heavy security presence at the hospital, protesters—or people fearful of being associated with Bahrain’s opposition—have been afraid to venture there for more than a year. That reluctance may be responsible for several deaths.

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