Fresh protests held in Bahrain

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Middle East
Monday, 26 September 2011


shiitenews fress protest bahrainFresh anti-regime protests have been held in several villages in Bahrain despite the country's heavy-handed crackdown on people, Press TV reports.

Bahraini regime forces clashed with the protesters in several villages including Dair, Sitra, Nuwaidarat and Muqaba on Sunday night. 

Witnesses said on Monday that protesters also created massive traffic jams in the capital Manama, ignoring threats of confiscating driver's licenses and barring protesters from driving for

Meanwhile, Bahraini clerics have condemned the massive arrests and the disrespectful treatment of Bahraini women by regime forces over the past few days. 

The protests intensified after the opposition boycotted last week's parliamentary elections. Less than one in five Bahrainis reportedly participated in the country's by-elections. 

The Al Khalifa regime held the polls to fill 18 seats abandoned by members of the largest opposition party, al-Wefaq. 

Al-Wefaq said that the 40-member parliament has lost its legitimacy and that it does not represent the will of the Bahraini people. 

Bahrainis have been holding anti-government rallies since mid-February, demanding an end to the Al Khalifa dynasty. 

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Hundreds of Bahrainis flooded the roads with their cars during the morning commute on Monday. 

The Bahraini opposition had organized the gathering, which was named the "the Second Dignity Blockade." 

Meanwhile, Bahraini clerics have condemned the massive arrests and the disrespectful treatment of Bahraini women by regime forces over the past few days. 

The protests intensified after the opposition boycotted last week's parliamentary elections. Less than one in five Bahrainis reportedly participated in the country's by-elections. 

The Al Khalifa regime held the polls to fill 18 seats abandoned by members of the largest opposition party, al-Wefaq. 

Al-Wefaq said that the 40-member parliament has lost its legitimacy and that it does not represent the will of the Bahraini people. 

Bahrainis have been holding anti-government rallies since mid-February, demanding an end to the Al Khalifa dynasty. 

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