News ID: 348235
Publish Date: 07 May 2012 - 06:55

Prison Sentence for 3 Bahraini Revolutionaries Extended

Navideshahed: A court in Bahrain extended the conviction time of three revolutionary woman of this country for more 45 days.

According to Al-Alam News Network, the charges of these women was gathering in front of Interior Ministry building in Manama and attacking the police officials.

Yesterday, the Criminal Court of Bahrain headed by Judge Sheikh Rashed Al Khalifa, the detention time of suspects named Masoomeh Al-Seyed, Zainab al-Musawi and Maryam Alkhazaz was extended to more 45 days.

Extending the conviction time of these persons is done while Masoomeh Al-Seyed is teacher and sick and she has two children.

Zainab al-Musawi is a student of the second year of university and now she has to get present in the university in order to take part in the university midterm exams also Maryam Alkhazaz is only 17 years old and according to the International Law, she has not reached the legal age of staying in prison.
The families of the defendants were not allowed to attend their court, but they gathered in front of the Freedom Court and called on the freedom of their children.

Since one year ago, Bahrain has encountered many huge protests against Al Khalifa’s regime and during these protests hundreds have been martyred, wounded or detained.

The End

According to Al-Alam News Network, the charges of these women was gathering in front of Interior Ministry building in Manama and attacking the police officials. Yesterday, the Criminal Court of Bahrain headed by Judge Sheikh Rashed Al Khalifa, the detention time of suspects named Masoomeh Al-Seyed, Zainab al-Musawi and Maryam Alkhazaz was extended to more 45 days. Extending the conviction time of these persons is done while Masoomeh Al-Seyed is teacher and sick and she has two children. Zainab al-Musawi is a student of the second year of university and now she has to get present in the university in order to take part in the university midterm exams also Maryam Alkhazaz is only 17 years old and according to the International Law, she has not reached the legal age of staying in prison. The families of the defendants were not allowed to attend their court, but they gathered in front of the Freedom Court and called on the freedom of their children. Since one year ago, Bahrain has encountered many huge protests against Al Khalifa’s regime and during these protests hundreds have been martyred, wounded or detained. The End
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