Nabeel Rajab's Detention Extended for Two More Weeks
2015-04-28 - 12:26 am
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's Public Prosecution renewed on Sunday (April 26, 2015) the detention of the Bahrain Centre for Human Right's president, Nabeel Rajab, for an additional two weeks, pending further investigations over charges of having opposing views.
Rajab was arrested on April 2nd 2015, after the Public Prosecution accused him of inciting hatred against the regime and spreading rumors in the time of war, which was an indication of the war that was led by Saudi Arabia, alongside some gulf states, against Yemen.
The prominent human rights defender posted tweets on his personal Twitter account, exposing the abuses the regime has been committing against political prisoners held in Jaw Prison, and pictures of children, who were victims of the war on Yemen, calling for an end to the war and launching of a dialogue.
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