Fadeela Al Mubark is a 37 years old Bahraini woman who was arressted in March 2011 at a police checkpoint as she was listening

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Fadeela Al Mubark is a 37 years old Bahraini woman who was arressted in March 2011 at a police checkpoint as she was listening to a tape in her care that contained a song that says ” a killing bullet – we call out in peace and love and our army is killing us”. After she was arrested 3 additional charges were added to the charge of listening to a tape and under torture she confessed to all of them which were: assulting a government employee – possession of papers that incite the overthrow of the regime – assembly at the Lulu roundabout. She recieved a sentence of 4 years in the military court without a lawyer representing her. After two weeks she was allawed an appeal and representation of a lawyer and her sentence was reduced to 18 months. After ten months, a civilian court agreed to review the appeals to military court decisions against civilians at the period of the National Safety “State of Emergency” and Fadeela was one of them however the civilian court confirmed the verdict on 30 January 2012 despite Amnesty International pleas that she be released without any conditions.

End in 06-02-2012

فضيلة المبارك امرأة بحرينية ألقي القبض عليها في مارس 2011 عند نقطة تفتيش حيث كانت تستمع لشريط في سيارتها يحتوي علي نشيدة تقول (رصاصة قاتلة ندعو بسلم ومحبة وجيشنا يقتل شعبه) بعد القبض عليها لفقت لها 3 تهم اضافية على تهمة الاستماع لشريط وتحت التعذيب أقرت بها جميعا وهي الاعتداء على موظف عام – حيازة محرر (أشعار) لقلب نظام الحكم _ والتجمهر بدوار اللؤلؤة حكمت 4 سنوات في القضاء العسكري ومن دون محامي يمثلها بعد اسبوعين سمح لها بالاستنئاف وبتوكيل محامي وخفضت مدة الحكم لسنة وستة أشهر بعد عشرة أشهر بالسجن وافقت المحكمة المدنية بالنظر إلي الطعون للمحكمات العسكرية التي جرت لمدنيين في فترة السلامة الوطنية وكانت فضيلة بينهم إلا إن المحكمة المدنية أيدت حكمها رغم مناشدة العفو الدولية إن يتم الإفراج عنها من دون شروط
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