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Human rights sources: Prisoners of conscience are deprived of their right to communicate

According to human rights sources, the families of the prisoners of conscience Fatima Ali, Eman Ali and Amira al-Qeshmi are increasingly concerned after the interruption of contact with them for the second day in the women’s prison of Issa City.

According to human rights sources, the families of the prisoners of conscience Fatima Ali, Eman Ali and Amira al-Qeshmi are increasingly concerned after the interruption of contact with them for the second day in the women's prison of Issa City.

The detainee, Fatima, did not make her phone call on Thursday (February 28th), and her sister, Eman and Amira, did not call on Friday «March 1st».

The sources pointed out that five months ago, al-Khalifa entity had reduced the number of phone calls from «3 to 2» weekly.



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