Shia Muslim houses raided 648 times during Ramadan in Bahrain

Bahrainis hold an anti-regime protest in a suburb of Manama, June 15, 2013.

SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association) –Seyyed Haadi Al-Mossawi from Al-Wefaq said during the holy month of Ramadan Shia houses has been raided 648 times by Bahraini regime’s forces.

According to Al-Manama news, Al-Mossawi added that in July and during Ramadan 208 people were arrested, 170 injured and about 26 persons or families have lost their assets and livelihoods.

During the raids which can happen at any time of the day or night, citizens are arrested and will spend 45-60 days in prison without being charged which is an illegal act. Al-Mossawi from Al-wefaq accused the Bahraini regime of using tortures in 401 cases during the month of Ramadan which show that the regime does not respect the holy month and intends to expand its oppressive measures in order to create more tensions.

By Shafaqna


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