Wednesday, 10 August 2011 10:05

Student sit-in in Bahrain bears consequences

Student sit-in in Bahrain bears consequences

Tens of Bahraini college students have been deprived of participation in Bahrain University for taking part in the sit-in protest in front of the university against the ruling regime of Ale-Khalifa.

 

According to Al-alam TV Network, the expelled students pleaded for due investigation before the so-called fact-finding committee, which is apparently appointed to study numerous injustice enforced against those who have called for their trampled rights under the minority ruling regime in Bahrain.

The students in the sit-in protest emphasized necessary reforms in the country's political and welfare of the people in that country.

The Bahrainis insisted restoration of their rights since 14th of February; however, the Saudi-backed security forces have enforced a heavy crackdown to the extent that more than 2,000 government employees and medical staff, who in one way or another announced sympathy with the revolutionaries, have been detained so far.

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