Bahrain to try doctors for helping protesters

MANAMA, Bahrain — Several doctors and nurses who treated injured anti-government protesters during the months of unrest in Bahrain will be tried in a military court on charges of acting against the state, the justice minister said Tuesday. Khaled bin Ali Al Khalifa said the charges against 23 doctors and 24 nurses include participating in attempts to topple the island’s Sunni monarchy and taking part in illegal rallies. The announcement is the latest in the Sunni rulers’ relentless pursuit of Shiite opposition supporters after weeks of street marches demanding greater freedoms, equal rights and an elected government in Bahrain…

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2 Replies to “Bahrain to try doctors for helping protesters”

  1. If the government is willing to act ruthless enough and the rest of the world doesn’t interfere the rebels can’t win, during the Iranian revolution of the 70s the rebels didn’t force the Shah out, Jimmy Carter order him to leave and he did. This is what it means when a foreign ruler is the “boy” of a Western Country, they obey orders no matter what.

  2. If I am not mistaken, Muslim doctors do not have the equivalent to the Hippocratic oath that western doctors have to take.

    That is what makes these doctors’ actions admirable in that they are probably going against their oaths to the government and following their conscience which as we all know, is not part of Islam.

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