Al Wefaq: over 200 students in jails, deprived of exams

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Bahrain
Monday, 09 June 2014

bahrain protestsStudents in Bahrain have started to take their final exams a few days ago. However, tens of Bahraini students remain behind bars as the regime escalates its repression.

According to statistics, more than 200 students under the age of 18 are jailed and deprived from

right to education in Bahrain. This number includes primary, elementary and high school students as well as university students.

The number has doubled since the beginning of school year in September 2013, and it is increasing due to the intensifying official repression.

Jihad Alsameea is the youngest prisoner in Bahrain. He is facing charges of attacking a policeman, destroying two cars belonging to the Interior Ministry, gathering and practicing acts of riot. The 11-year-old responded to all accusations with tears, denying to being guilty of.

The regime attempts to push students and education foundations into the political conflict have failed. However, detained students remain to be deprived from right to education as a punishment for joining the popular democratic movement in the country.

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