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Ceasing contacts and preventing reaching to the courtyard is a penalty on Prisoners of conscience because of the revival Eid al-Ghadeer

Human rights reports have shown that Joe Prison officials punished the prisoners of conscience in buildings 12, 13 and 14 by preventing them from contacting and going outside to the courtyard for three days, because of their revival Eid al-Ghadeer ceremony.

Human rights reports have shown that Joe Prison officials punished the prisoners of conscience in buildings 12, 13 and 14 by preventing them from contacting and going outside to the courtyard for three days, because of their revival Eid al-Ghadeer ceremony.

It is noteworthy that more than 600 detainees in al-Khalifa prisons are on a hunger strike to demand their legitimate rights, including the revival of religious rituals that the regime is insisting on banning them within its abhorrent sectarian ideology.



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