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Families of detainees in Bahrain send a message to the British ambassador


The families of 27 political detainees in Bahrain sent a letter to the British ambassador in Manama, Rudi Drummond, in which they demanded a meeting with him to discuss the fate of their forcibly disappeared children, after the attack on detainees in Jaw Central Prison.
Sources indicated that the families went to the British embassy to meet the ambassador and discuss the fate of their children, but that was not possible, while the embassy security official received a letter from the families and promised to deliver it to the concerned parties.
Information indicated that police officers arrested the father of the forcibly disappeared detainee, Saeed Abdul-Imam, at the front entrance of the embassy, and he was questioned, under the pretext of violating the precautionary measures of the Coronavirus pandemic.
The families expressed their concerns that the police officers intended to intimidate the family members, and that the father of the detainee would be subjected to judicial harassment at a later time.
The concern of families and international organizations comes after the Minister of Interior of Bahrain denied that there were cases of Coronavirus among the detainees in Jaw Central Prison, despite exceeding a hundred cases, and the disappearance of dozens of detainees in an unknown location following a bloody attack by the Ministry’s members led by prison director Hisham Al-Zayani and others last April.

Families of detainees in Bahrain send a message to the British ambassador


The families of 27 political detainees in Bahrain sent a letter to the British ambassador in Manama, Rudi Drummond, in which they demanded a meeting with him to discuss the fate of their forcibly disappeared children, after the attack on detainees in Jaw Central Prison.
Sources indicated that the families went to the British embassy to meet the ambassador and discuss the fate of their children, but that was not possible, while the embassy security official received a letter from the families and promised to deliver it to the concerned parties.
Information indicated that police officers arrested the father of the forcibly disappeared detainee, Saeed Abdul-Imam, at the front entrance of the embassy, and he was questioned, under the pretext of violating the precautionary measures of the Coronavirus pandemic.
The families expressed their concerns that the police officers intended to intimidate the family members, and that the father of the detainee would be subjected to judicial harassment at a later time.
The concern of families and international organizations comes after the Minister of Interior of Bahrain denied that there were cases of Coronavirus among the detainees in Jaw Central Prison, despite exceeding a hundred cases, and the disappearance of dozens of detainees in an unknown location following a bloody attack by the Ministry’s members led by prison director Hisham Al-Zayani and others last April.

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