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January 11, 2013

Human Rights Activist in Bahrain Released!


Sayed Yousif Almuhafdah was released on 16 November. He had been arrested on 2 November for reportedly monitoring a gathering taking place and the police behavior towards protesters.

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Sayed Yousif Almuhafdah – Acting Vice-President of the Bahrain Center of Human Rights – was released on 16 November. He had been arrested on 2 November in the village of Diraz village in the northwest of the capital, Manama, for reportedly monitoring a gathering taking place and the police behavior towards protesters. The charges of participating in an "illegal gathering" and "taking part in an unauthorized march" brought against him by the Public Prosecutor’s Office were dropped.

Final update to Urgent Action 324/12.

 

This victory made possible by Amnesty International's Urgent Action Network. This global network responds to urgent situations involving prisoners of conscience, detainees, and other individuals whose human rights are being imminently threatened. Members of the Urgent Action Network compose and send letters, e-mails and faxes to government officials who have the power to stop the human rights violations. Join the Urgent Action Network.