Human rights don't just apply to thugs.
Needless to say she was screaming at her assailants who were taking photos of the incident with their latest "high tech" cameras and mobiles probably to post their cowardliness online.
While this ordeal was taking place there was an audience of other civilians in cars on the opposite side of the road watching in disbelief and unable to help for fear of getting involved and injured although she was screaming out for help.
When the police finally came she was blanketed in a thick cloud of tear gas and she climbed back into the car, not that it was much protection. Eventually rescued after what seemed an age, shaken and hysterical, she spent another three hours in the police station recounting the horrifying event.
I can only be thankful she is still alive although utterly traumatised. How much longer are we going to have to face these unacceptable acts of terrorism before yet another life has been taken? When will the outside world and the UN finally come to their senses and admit that these individuals are not "peaceful protesters" as mentioned on the BBC outside 10 Downing Street by the so-called Middle East expert Miss Caroline Hawley? These acts of terrorism must come to an end. The law must be enforced and these terrorist taken off our streets and dealt with and yes, given harsh sentences.
Human rights only seem to apply to terrorist and convicts nowadays and are considerably one-sided. Law-abiding citizens of Bahrain and the police don't appear to have any rights to defend themselves. Something has to change before it's too late.
A concerned parent
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