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Rally Against Human Rights Abuses in Bahrain

March 28, 2011

Rally Against Human RightsAbuses in Bahrain

 

 

Friday, April 15th, 201112:30 PM – 4:00 PM Lafayette Park, White House,

Washington DC Buses will also stop at the Saudi Embassy

 

 

Stop the intimidation, torture and killingof peaceful protesters in Bahrain at the hands of both theBahrani armed forces and additional forces provided by SaudiArabia and other states. Break the silence in the US!US media outlets have been playing a game of criminal silenceabout the situation in Bahrain. Political institutions have beentrying to stoke the fire of Shi’a-Sunni sectarianism instead oftrying to resolve the real issues – the barbaricactions and unfair political and economicpolicies of the ruling family in Bahrain, a stateof forceful repression.

 

We need to speak out against our own government’s silentacceptance of the wide-ranging and widespread human rightsviolations in Bahrain

We need to tell our own government that it is unacceptablefor our country to support the government of Bahrain.

 

We need to Rally Against Human RightsViolations in Bahrain in front of the WhiteHouse on Friday, April 15th, 2011.

 

For additional details, to collaborate or volunteer, please email:ACFBahrain@gmail.com

 

 

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 28, 2011 3:50 am
  2. anthony cleary permalink
    April 29, 2011 1:52 pm

    Why does the United States remain silent despite the increasing atrocities
    being committed in Bahrain? Surely the convenience of having its 5th Fleet
    based there hasn’t bought its silence?

    Although condemned by Human Rights groups around the world the response of
    the United States has been … silence. The moral high ground is quickly
    lost when one acts out of vested interest rather than a concern for the
    common good. The Kingdom of Bahrain must be held to account!
    Many Austrlians want to help hold them to account… join our petition at
    http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/stop-human-rights-violations-in-bahrain-now.html

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