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Mohammed Saleh al-Bajady has apparently been sentenced to four years’ imprisonment followed by a travel ban. He is a prisoner of conscience detained in part for his human rights activism.
A human rights activist in Saudi Arabia is facing trial on 9 April 2012 on charges which criminalize the rights to freedom of expression and assembly.
Former president of the Bahrain Teachers’ Association (BTA) Mahdi ‘Issa Mahdi Abu Dheeb has provided a detailed account in court of his torture and other ill-treatment.
Syrian farmer Hussam Ahmed al-Nabulsi was arrested by members of the Syrian Military Intelligence on his way to work. He has been held incommunicado and subjected to torture and other ill-treatment...