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MP: Bahraini, Saudi Coalition Uses 25 Brutal Methods to Suppress People

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TEHRAN, April 27 (ICANA) – A member of the Bahraini parliament announced that the Al-Khalifa regime, assisted by the Saudi government, is using a range of brutal methods to suppress the popular uprising in the tiny Persian Gulf island.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011 2:05:35 PM
MP: Bahraini, Saudi Coalition Uses 25 Brutal Methods to Suppress People

Speaking to FNA about the latest development in Bahrain, Jamil Kazem, who is also a member of Bahrain National al-Wefaq Faction said that opposition groups have gathered numerous pieces of evidence and documents proving severe and systematic violation of human rights by the Manama regime.

"The opposition has presented international human rights bodies with evidence and documents on 25 methods used by the regime in violation of human rights," Kazem noted.

He noted that the opposition has also tried to inform the world of the violation of human rights in Bahrain through the mass media in an effort to increase international pressures on the Bahraini regime.

Bahrain's security forces intensified their crackdown on the revolutionary people and human right activists in a move to suppress the ongoing popular movement in the tiny Persian Gulf island.

Reports revealed on Tuesday that Bahraini forces had attacked the house of Nabil Rajab who is the president of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights. They also stormed his mother's house.

Bahraini security forces also used tear gas causing asphyxiation for his mother and children.

Bahraini security forces are using inhumane tactics, including various torture techniques, to suppress the popular uprising in the tiny Persian Gulf island.

Rights activists in Bahrain have repeatedly said that the government's harsh tactics and intimidation against opposition forces cannot smother the popular uprising in the country.

Demonstrators in Bahrain have been demanding constitutional reforms as well as an end to the 230-year-old monarchy, with hundreds camping out peacefully in the capital's Pearl Square since February 14th.

The violence against protesters escalated when Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Qatar dispatched their armed forces to the country to help Manama crack down on peaceful protesters.

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