Dozens of subpoenas, arrests, raids last month in Bahrain: Al-Wefaq
Bahrain's Al-Wefaq Organization publishes its February report, in which it commemorated the "February Revolution", and counted dozens of missing persons, arrests, and raids in various regions of Bahrain.
Bahrain's Al-Wefaq Society published a report on the major events of the month of February, which included a commemoration of the February Revolution, and the Bahraini authorities' violations of the people's human rights, which resulted in dozens of arrests of Bahraini citizens, including a woman and three children, and the disappearance of two people who had been arrested.
According to Al-Wefaq's report, there were 28 cases of arbitrary arrests, 12 subpoenas, and two cases of jailed citizens disappearing (brothers Jaafar and Radi Moussa Alawi). In addition, there were 44 cases of arrests including 26 cases of children being arrested.
There were also 10 cases of maltreatment in prisons and of inmated being barred treatment, and two prisoners in the Jau Prison went on a hunger strike.
200 raids were recorded in 44 areas, and 118 protests were reported in 44 areas.