Bahrain Wakes Up to Execution of Two Activists on False Accusations!
The Manama regime announced on Saturday (July 27, 2019) morning the execution of two political prisoners who were allegedly accused of killing a Bahraini officer in 2017.
In further details, the families of Ahmad Isa al-Malali (24) and Ali Mohammed al-Arab (25) confirmed the news. The two martyrs denied all accusations and stressed that they were forced to made false confessions that were extracted under torture which included ripping out their toenails and electrocution.
According to the martyrs, the Bahraini court made its judgement based on such confessions extracted under torture and without any single tangible evidence.
This is the second time the ruthless Bahraini regime executes political opposition activists. The first time happened on January, 14, 2017 when martyrs Abbas al-Samea, Sami Mushaima’ and Ali al-Singace were executed in the same way.
The executions came despite calls by Amnesty International that the Bahraini authorities must urgently halt the imminent execution of the two activists "who were convicted after a grossly unfair mass trial after they were tortured to confess."
Also, the Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society issued a national appeal to stop the implementation of executions a day earlier.
Relatively, three human rights organizations (SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights, Bahrain Forum for Human Rights and Gulf Institute for Democracy and Human Rights) issued a statement in the same respect.