Bahrain delays trial of 11-year-old boyJune 20, 2012
A Bahrain court has adjourned the case of an 11-year-old boy accused of taking part in anti-government protests and says it will hand down a verdict July 5.
The sixth-grade student, who was in court Wednesday alongside his father, spent a month behind bars and took his final school exams there. The boy, Ali Hasan, faces charges of joining an illegal gathering and other claims related to the ongoing unrest in the troubled Gulf nation. Defense lawyer Shahzalan Khamis has asked the court to drop the charges.
The boy is among the youngest suspects detained in crackdowns on protests led by Bahrain’s Shiite majority, which seeks a greater political voice from the ruling Sunni dynasty.
More than 50 people have died in Bahrain’s upheavals since February 2011.
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This is horrifying. The People’s Record will follow Ali Hasan’s trial & post updates.

Bahrain delays trial of 11-year-old boy
June 20, 2012

A Bahrain court has adjourned the case of an 11-year-old boy accused of taking part in anti-government protests and says it will hand down a verdict July 5.

The sixth-grade student, who was in court Wednesday alongside his father, spent a month behind bars and took his final school exams there. The boy, Ali Hasan, faces charges of joining an illegal gathering and other claims related to the ongoing unrest in the troubled Gulf nation. Defense lawyer Shahzalan Khamis has asked the court to drop the charges.

The boy is among the youngest suspects detained in crackdowns on protests led by Bahrain’s Shiite majority, which seeks a greater political voice from the ruling Sunni dynasty.

More than 50 people have died in Bahrain’s upheavals since February 2011.

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This is horrifying. The People’s Record will follow Ali Hasan’s trial & post updates.

An Egyptian protester holds a national flag as he chants slogans at a rally in Tahrir Square in Cairo Egypt, on May 4. Thousands rallied in Egypt against the country’s ruling military council on Friday, two days after a flare-up of street violence left at least nine dead and fueled a wave of Islamist-led opposition to the generals ahead of presidential elections.

An Egyptian protester holds a national flag as he chants slogans at a rally in Tahrir Square in Cairo Egypt, on May 4. Thousands rallied in Egypt against the country’s ruling military council on Friday, two days after a flare-up of street violence left at least nine dead and fueled a wave of Islamist-led opposition to the generals ahead of presidential elections.