Iranian students protest against Bahraini regime brutalities

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Iran
Thursday, 23 August 2012

rouhallaIranian students have staged a protest in the capital Tehran to condemn Bahrain’s Saudi-backed crackdown on anti-regime protesters in the Persian Gulf kingdom.

The protesters gathered outside the Bahraini Embassy on Wednesday, demanding an end to regime

brutalities against peaceful protests in Bahrain, Fars news agency reported.

They also held a mock trial for the country’s King Hamad bin Issa Al Khalifa, which was attended by a number of Bahraini rights activists.

They held the king responsible for the demolition of dozens of mosques, use of violent force against popular protests and preventing medical care for the injured.

After the hearing, the court handed a symbolic death sentence to the Bahraini ruler for killing anti-regime demonstrators, holding thousands in prison and torturing activists in jail.

Scores of people have been killed by Bahraini regime forces since a popular revolt erupted against the ruling Al Khalifa family in February 2011.

Anti-regime protests continue in Bahrain despite a heavy-handed crackdown backed by Saudi Arabia.

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