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News code: 27978
Published Date: Tuesday 30 July 2019 - 11:09:14
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HCHR calls UN, NGOs to establish fact-finding committee on Bahrain

HCHR calls UN, NGOs to establish fact-finding committee on Bahrain
IRAN  - Following the execution of activists by Bahraini regime, the High Council for Human Rights condemns the "barbarian and systematic crimes" of Al Khalifa and the silence of countries such as Saudi Arabia, the UK and the US.

The full text of the HCHR's statement released is as follows:

Based on the evidence, Bahraini regime's security forces have used arbitrary detention, torture and rape against young detainees. These acts of Middle Ages are a symbol of a totalitarian and anti-democratic regime.

The important point is the silence of countries such as Saudi Arabia, the UK and the US and their ongoing support for the Bahraini regime not only suggest their participation in the commission of these anti-human rights crimes but also their international responsibility in this regard.

The High Council for Human Right strongly condemns these barbarian and systematic crimes and urges all democratic and freedom-loving countries and NGOs particularly the UN secretary general and the High Commissioner for Human Rights to take necessary measures and have their fact-finding committees prepare a documented report on Bahraini regime violations of human rights and present it to the international community.

Stressing the importance of this report of the horrible crimes to unmask the hidden facts behind them, the HCHR firmly believes that any neglect of the mentioned situation will lead to the escalation of the crisis between the Bahraini nation and the regime and its supporters.

 

 

News Code: 27978
Published Date: Tuesday 30 July 2019 - 11:09:14
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