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Lawmakers urge UN action on Bahrain abuses

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Tehran, Dec 26 (ICANA) – Iranian lawmakers have urged the United Nations to stop ignoring the persisting violence committed against peaceful Bahraini protesters by the Saudi-backed Al Khalifa regime.
Monday, December 26, 2011 2:06:38 PM
Lawmakers urge UN action on Bahrain abuses

In a statement released on Sunday, members of Iran's Majlis Human Rights Committee called on the UN to break its silence on the atrocities in Bahrain, condemning the gross human rights abuses being committed by the Al Khalifa regime's security forces against mass anti-regime protesters.

They added that Iran expects a stronger reaction from the UN to halt the serious violations of human rights in Bahrain. Such violations, the Iranian lawmakers said, include the arrest and unfair trial of doctors and nurses, torture, the beating and abuse of detainees, inhumane or degrading conduct by Bahraini security forces during interrogations, extrajudicial executions, harassment, intimidation, and dismissal of pro-democracy demonstrators, as well as the lethal use of electrical shock by Bahraini security forces against prisoners.

The Iranian legislators argued that certain Western countries that portray themselves as advocates of human rights have either kept silent on the ongoing human rights abuses in Bahrain or have shipped ammunition and anti-riot gear to the US-backed Persian Gulf state in an attempt to assist the ruling Al Khalifa regime's brutal crackdown on peaceful demonstrations.

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