Bahraini police forces have attacked protesters in several regions across the Gulf kingdom, a few days after large crowds of demonstrators marked the seventh anniversary of their uprising against oppression and Social discrimination.
The demonstrators called for the release of political prisoners and wide scale amendments that insures the freedom of speech and social justice. There were no immediate reports of possible casualties or arrests during the crackdown on Friday.
The rallies came two days after Bahraini people marked the seventh anniversary of their popular uprising with massive protests across the country. Police used tear gas against the demonstrators in several areas, injuring several of them in the ensuing clashes.