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Inminds had come to protest outside the Bahrain embassy in solidarity
with hunger striker Ali Mushaima who
had been camped there since the beginning of the month calling for
the release of his father Hassan Mushaima
and the 5000 other Bahraini prisoners of conscience in the jails of
the Al-Khalifa regime.
Hassan Mushaima, one of the leaders of the 2011 mass movement that
called for human rights and democratic
reforms in Bahrain was among those abducted, brutally tortured and
given life sentences in mock trials after
his arrest in March 2017.
Ali Mushaima comes to talk with the Inminds protesters
and poses with the banners showing his 70-year-old father. He calls
for his father to have access to medical care
and to be allowed family visits and acceess to books.
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