Bahrain Court Sentences Tweeter to 2 Years in Prison for "Inciting Hatred against Regime"
2016-08-15 - 5:02 am
Bahrain Mirror: A Bahraini court sentenced on Sunday (August 14, 2016) a tweeter to two years in prison, after accusing him of "inciting hatred against the regime."
The court decided to detain Hamid al-Khatam, who was arrested by the authorities on July 25, 2016, in a raid on his house in the village of Samaheej, during which his electronic devices were confiscated.
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