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Bahrain: Zainab Al-Khawaja arrested with 15 month old son from her home


Bahrain: Zainab Al-Khawaja arrested with 15 month old son from her home: - [] - Human rights defender Zainab Al-Khawaja has been arrested from her house along with her 15 month old baby Abdul-Hadi at at 3:45 pm today Bahrain time. According to her family, police went into her in-law’s house asking for her. They were carrying cameras and videotaping everything. When they could not find Zainab there after having searched the house, they went to Al-Khawaja’s apartment where she was with her husband and two children. There were approximately 15 riot police jeeps that closed off the entire street in front of the apartment building. A group of riot police, plain clothed police and female police then arrested Al-Khawaja and her 15 month old son. They presented a warrant of arrest. Al-Khawaja called her family from Al-Hoora police station and told them she will be taken to the Ministry of Interior for a medical check up and then to Isa Town Women’s Prison.

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