#Bahrain #EndAbuse #EndArmsSales #EndImpunity #US #UK #Denmark

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#Bahrain #EndAbuse #EndArmsSales #EndImpunity #US #UK #Denmark

Time: October 2, 2014 all day
Location: Washington DC
Event Type: social, media, campaign
Organized By: Seyma Akyol
Latest Activity: Jan 26, 2016

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On October 2, UN recognized International Day of Non-Violence, Shia Rights Watch will host a two-step campaign in order to promote international recognition to the current human rights abuses the Bahraini government is inflicting upon its citizens.  

The arms sold by the US and UK to Bahrain, are directly or indirectly used in the  torturing and killing of Bahraini citizens.

The first step of our campaign aims to reach the presidents of the US, UK and Denmark through a letter asking to stop the sale of arms.  The second step aims to raise awareness via social media by  the aggrandizement of radial hashtags.

Here’s what you hashtag:

#Bahrain #EndAbuse #EndArmsSales #EndImpunity #US #UK #Denmark

Help us, and help Bahrain, in raising awareness of grave human rights abuses, by hashtagging to every social media sight you have access to!

We will also be launching a booth at American University, Washington DC during the day.  Please come out and join us at American University’s main campus in order to support ending violations in Bahrain!  

 Thank you. 

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