Sheikh Muhammad Sanqour's release was announced today by the Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy (BIRD) and comes after protestors were joined by scholars to denounce the recent arrest of prominent Shia imam Sheikh Muhammad Sanqour and have called for his release.
According to the regime's Channel 12, a total of around 150,000 demonstrators attended Saturday demonstrations, while Channel 13 put the figure at around 200,000.
"History has its eyes on you," read a placard held up during the protest, which saw the participants chanting slogans against the premier and setting flares ablaze.
"This struggle gives ...
Beset by the domestic upheaval and expressions of concern and disapproval in Washington, Netanyahu on Monday paused the overhaul to allow negotiations on a compromise between his religious-nationalist coalition and opposition parties.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman has censured the west for efforts to fuel Iran riots rather than the massive ongoing protests in London, Paris and Israel stressing that the “hybrid warfare” is doomed to failure.