US Ambassador for International Religious Freedom Concerned by Assembly Charge against Sheikh Al-Salman & Dr. Al-Dirazi
2016-08-17 - 5:09 p
Bahrain Mirror: David Saperstein, Ambassador for International Religious Freedom, expressed concern by illegal gathering charge against Sheikh Maytham Al-Salman and Dr. Taha Al-Dirazi.
"I am concerned by illegal gathering charges against religious freedom advocate Maytham Al-Salman and human rights defender Taha Al-Dirazi in Bahrain," said Saperstein on his personal Twitter account.
The prosecution questioned on Monday (August 15, 2016) Sheikh Maytham Al-Salman, Dr. Taha Al-Dirazi, preacher Hani Basira and reciter Ali Aman and accused them of assembly. The prosecution released Al-Salman and arrested the 3 others for 15 days pending investigations.
Concerned by illegal gathering chrgs agst #religiousfreedom adv @MaythamAlsalman & HRD Taha al-Derazi in #Bahrain https://t.co/wH29dhb03b— David Saperstein (@AmbSaperstein) August 15, 2016
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