Case of 10 Bahrainis Stripped of their Nationality Adjourned until Feb. 22
2015-12-09 - 2:39 am
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's Second High Appeals Court, presided over by judge Abdullah Al-Ashraf and membership of judges Mohsen Mabrouk and Ousama Al-Shathili and Abdullah Mohammad Hassan as secretariat, decided to adjourn the case of attorney Taymour Karimi and nine others, until the Public Prosecution has a royal decree issued to revoke their nationalities. The court set February 22, 2016 as a date for implementing the sentence.
The minor criminal court on October 28, 2014, decided to expel 10 people stripped of their nationalities from the country and fine each of them 100 BD. The court ordered expelling: Mariam Al-Sayed Ibrahim, Ismail Khalil Darwish, Ibrahim Khalil Darwish, Adnan Ahmad Ali Haji, Habib Darwish Mousa Ghaloum, Sayed Abdulnabi Abdulrida Al-Musawi, Sayed Abdulamir Abdulrida Al-Musawi, Ibrahim Ghaloum Hussein Karimi, Sayed Mohammad Ali Abdulrida and Taymour Karimi.
Taymour Karimi, alongside nine others, were accused of violating the law of residence in the country, following the decision to strip him of his Bahraini citizenship.
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