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Protests Continue in Bahrain

A night protest in Bani Jamra, Bahrain

Protestors in Bani Jamra, Bahrain, angry over the injury of Aqeel Mohsin, a 20-year-old Bahraini by police shot in the face. The banner, in Arabic, reads: The blood of the brave, will overthrow the regime. Photograph shared on Twitter by @angryarabia

Despite a blanket ban on all protest gatherings in Bahrain, protestors marched in Bank Jamra tonight in protest against the shooting by police of 20-year-old Aqeel Mohsin.

Angry Arabiya [Zainab Alkhawajah] was at the protest and shares this photograph. She tweets:

@angryarabia: In Bani Jamra now, protester calls out “the revolutionaries protected u, where are u 2day to protect them?!” #bahrain

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