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Bahraini Forces Kidnap, Rape 16-Year-Old Boy
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Bahraini boy abused by security forcesBahraini security forces kidnapped sixteen year old Ali Al-Sankees, drove him faraway from Sanabis, south of Bahrain, before he was raped.

Activists spread photos for unconscious Sankees half naked and thrown in a store with his hands tied behind his back with a cable tie. He was abused and subjected to severe beatings and torture.

Sankees was said to be targeted repeatedly due to his refusal to work with the Bahraini forces as an informant.

Outraged Bahraini people protested the inhumane act denouncing the forces’ heinous attack against the boy. The Coalition Youth of the 14 Feb Revolution called for huge protests in the coming days against the Bahraini regime attacks and abuses against peaceful protesters.

Saudi-backed Bahraini forces attacked the demonstrations in Sanabis, injuring and arresting several protesters. Bahraini activists said regime forces used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse the demonstrators.

                   

Source: Al Manar TV

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User Comments Number of comments: 6
1 - SWEET REVENGE
SWEET REVENGE | Tanzania 15:58 2012-03-22
ITS DISGUSTING.......... ITS TIME TO FIGHTBACK.. ITS TIME TO TEACH THOSE SADISTS AND RAPISTS A LESSOM
THEY SHOULD NOT FORGET...... FIND OUT WHO THEY ARE AND PUNISH THEM SO THAT THEY SHOULD NOT REPEAT THESE
DISGUSTING ACTS........... OR BETTER STILL JUST KILL THEM WHEREVER AND WHENEVER YOU FIND THEM.....
PERIOD.
2 - RE:UNBEARABLE
Tawfiq | Kenya 17:42 2012-03-22
This is terrible and untolerable.I urge Bahrain protesters to stand up with firearms and defend
themselves.Today boys are raped tomorrow your mothers will be raped infront of you and you still insist
in peaceful protests.Where is Iran and Hezbollah who claim to be frontliners in fighting Satan and their
followers.I sympathize with Shiites in Bahrain.Subhanallah!!!!!
3 - Lynndie England
Alan | USA 22:57 2012-03-22
Perhaps the learned this from the American army.Lynndie England, who became the face of U.S. military
abuses overseas for her role in the Abu Ghraib scandal, says she doesn’t feel bad for detainees who were
subjected to torture.
4 - RE:UNBEARABLE
Tawfiq | Kenya 17:43 2012-03-22
This is terrible and untolerable.I urge Bahrain protesters to stand up with firearms and defend
themselves.Today boys are raped tomorrow your mothers will be raped infront of you and you still insist
in peaceful protests.Where is Iran and Hezbollah who claim to be frontliners in fighting Satan and their
followers.I sympathize with Shiites in Bahrain.Subhanallah!!!!!
5 - Lynndie England
Alan | USA 22:59 2012-03-22
England was sentenced to three years behind bars for her War Crimes against Iraqis POW in the abuse
scandal.She appeared in several of the best-known photos taken by U.S. guards at Abu Ghraib, including
one image in which she held a naked prisoner on a leash in others, she posed with a pyramid of naked
detainees and pointed at one man’s genitals while a cigarette hung from the corner of her mouth.
6 - Lynndie England
Alan | USA 23:03 2012-03-22
Lynndie England, jailed for Abu Ghraib abuses, She told The Daily she doesn\\’t feel bad about how Iraqis
were treated.

 

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