Bahrain regime bans opposition radio application

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Bahrain
Friday, 16 May 2014

bahrain radioThe Bahraini regime has banned the Asda radio application for smart devices from broadcasting just days after it’s launch. The measure comes in line with the regime’s ongoing arbitrary measures to fight dissent. The regime used the Ministry of Justice to impose the decision that contradicts laws and ethics.

Al Wefaq National Islamic Society said the step once again reveals the size of repression and restriction on freedoms. “This is systematic and organized targeting of each and every dissenting opinion to the totalitarian rule in Bahrain”, Al Wefaq stated.

Al Wefaq said the ban and targeting is illegal even under national law. Al Wefaq considered the measure an indicator of the level of autocracy and the absence of freedom of expression, which can only be ensured by a just and legitimate political system.

This ban on freedom of the press and media happens before the eyes of the international community and rights NGOs, that are directly or indirectly concerned, and which are looked upon to take a stance, Al Wefaq added.

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