The forgotten Cases of Bahrain Political and Human Rights Activists

Speak out for the release of Mushaima

Mr Hassan Ali Mushaima, 63, has been denied proper treatment for his Lymphoma Cancer since his arrest in March. With seven other political leaders, he has recently been sentenced to life imprisonment for his role in leading the civil resistance movement seeking to establish a democratic government  in Bahrain. Before his arrest he had been treated at the Royal Brompton Hospital and where he was cleared of the disease and placed on remission treatment. However, the news that are emerging from behind bars in recent weeks have been shockingly worrying.
Since his arrest, Mr Mushaima has been subjected to severe physical and psychological torture, including beating, electric shocks, deprivation of sleep, exposure to extreme forms of heat and cold environment as well as sexual abuse. It has now been revealed that his remission treatment has not been implemented. Instead he was given three doses while blindfolded by men whose character are unknown to him. He suffered several ailments that required his transfer to the military hospital on more than one occasion.
Mr Mushaima’s family have expressed their fear for his life as his condition deteriorated and he often appeared dis-orientated. Lack of access to proper treatment has had an adverse effect on his physical and psychological state. Despite repeated calls for his release, the Al Khalifa regime and the Saudi occupation forces have adopted more sinister approaches in order to break the will of the Bahraini prisoners, especially Mr Hassan Mushaima, the most senior opposition figure in jail.
Justice for Bahrain is deeply concern about Mr Mushaima health and demand the immediate medical attention and call for the immediate release of Mr Hassan Mushaima and the rest of the leading figures and the end of the human rights violations in Bahrain.

Justice for Bahrain will be holding a vigil against the silence of the British Government at the continued human rights violations in Bahrain, the supply of British weapons to the regime despite earlier official assertions that licenses had been withdrawn and the apparent approval of the Saudi occupation of Bahrain.

Please Join us to show you Solidarity with the Bahrain Political  and Human Rights Activists

Where: Downing street

When: Friday 21st Oct 

Time : 5:00 PM To 7:00PM

 We urge you to join us and Together we Say No More to the Human Rights Violations in Bahrain 

For More info please contact 

Justice for Bahrain on 

[email protected]


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