News ID: 317418
Publish Date: 02 October 2011 - 06:05
Navideshahed: Another Bahraini anti-regime protester died due to tear gas inhalation as thousands of people have taken to the streets once again to call for democracy and freedom.

According to Navideshahed quoting Ahlul Beyt News Agency, the victim, identified as Jafaar Latifollah, was hospitalized on September 19 after regime forces fired tear gas canisters at protesters.

The 47-year-old died early Friday and was laid to rest in his home village Abusaiba, which is located near the capital Bahraini Manama.

On Friday, thousands of Bahrainis attended a demonstration organized by the main opposition group, al-Wefaq, and called for the ouster of the ruling regime.

Since mid-February, thousands of anti-government protesters in Bahrain have been staging regular demonstrations in the streets, calling for the Al Khalifa royal family to relinquish power.

In mid-March, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates deployed military forces to Bahrain to assist the Bahraini government in its crackdown on the popular protests.

According to local sources, scores of people have been killed and hundreds arrested in the crackdown.

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According to Navideshahed quoting Ahlul Beyt News Agency, the victim, identified as Jafaar Latifollah, was hospitalized on September 19 after regime forces fired tear gas canisters at protesters. The 47-year-old died early Friday and was laid to rest in his home village Abusaiba, which is located near the capital Bahraini Manama. On Friday, thousands of Bahrainis attended a demonstration organized by the main opposition group, al-Wefaq, and called for the ouster of the ruling regime. Since mid-February, thousands of anti-government protesters in Bahrain have been staging regular demonstrations in the streets, calling for the Al Khalifa royal family to relinquish power. In mid-March, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates deployed military forces to Bahrain to assist the Bahraini government in its crackdown on the popular protests. According to local sources, scores of people have been killed and hundreds arrested in the crackdown. The End
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