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Eleven Children Transfer from Sitra to Dry Dock Prison after Being Tortured for Weeks

Al-Khalifa regime moved 11 children at 18 years old to Dry Dock Prison after hiding them in the dens of torture for weeks, where they were kidnapped in August by raids on their homes.

Al-Khalifa regime moved 11 children at 18 years old to Dry Dock Prison after hiding them in the dens of torture for weeks, where they were kidnapped in August by raids on their homes.

The detainees were: Habib Ali Habib, Hussein Ahmed Habib, Mojtaba Abdel Hussein, Hussein Mohamed Amin, Ali Khalil Odraboh, Hadi Mohamed Mansour, Hussein Ali Reda Al-Habashi, Mohamed Hassan Al-Roumi, Mohamed Hassan Mahdi, Mohamed Zuhair and Mahdi Saleh. They were accused of fabricated cases.

The families of the boys demanded their immediate release and the rest of the detainees, especially with the beginning of the school year, where they will be deprived of completing their studies in a way that negatively affects their future.

It is noteworthy that more than 40 detainees were arrested on the background of political charges during the month of August, the majority of them are students from schools and universities.



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