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Pierre Yves D Jul 17
The man in the picture is , a human rights activist sentenced to 10 years in jail for speaking out against human rights violations in the . Since the day of his arrest, the place of his detention has been kept secret. ?
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Emirates Centre 4HR Jul 17
Sentenced to 10 years in prison for defending human rights.
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CiLuna Jul 14
: is a human rights activist, blogger, husband and father of four small boys. He was arrested on 20 March 2017 and a month ago sentenced to 10 years in prison. Be his voice & share his story
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Emirates Centre 4HR Jul 17
Twitter is becoming an increasingly dangerous place for citizens in UAE, even simple comments can land you in jail.
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Emirates Centre 4HR Jul 16
You can imprison people, but not the idea ...Freedom of expression is not a crime.
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Amnesty St Albans Jul 17
Five years ago, the Emirati authorities imprisoned Dr. Mohammed Al-Roken & many others for simply exercising their right to free expression. , we urge you to immediately release Mohammed, Ahmed Mansoor and 7 others:
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Piccadilly Lib Dems Jul 13
Chose Love Bollocks to Brexit We Stand Together No to Racism Wasteman Human Rights for Migrant Children Oh and
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Herry Jul 14
Replying to @HeroNapit
: If you think, “They’re perfectly tame; savages won’t do you any harm" you are wrong!
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Catherine Gemerle Jul 14
Emirati prince flees to and asks for . How can other countries still choose to ignore what's going on in the ?
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Emirates Centre 4HR Jul 11
In terms of human rights, the is not an open state. It is difficult to talk about what is happening in the , and what violations people are exposed to; because this might put them and their families at high risk
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Haji Jul 12
was lookin through some mail and came through a late bill. if I didn't pay it today, it woulda been
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Radha Stirling - CEO @detainedindubai 2h
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Pierre Yves D 14h
The family of have gone 15 months without getting news of his whereabouts. The proceedings that led to his conviction are shrouded in mystery and his place of detention is unknown. Something to hide? ?
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CiLuna Jul 11
Ahmed Mansoor was sentenced to 10 years in prison for defending human rights. Please read & share his story and support . He needs our support.
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Alex (أليكس) ☪ † Jul 19
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Emir of Arab (أمير) Jul 19
If can torture & abduct their own princess, then they can go to any extent to torture the detainees in prison. Ahmed Mansoor is one such person who has been harassed, assaulted and went through extreme form of abuse.
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Anneli Sandberg Jul 18
Respectfully, : Moral Leaders and Nations honor laws. Freedom of Expression is not a crime. Mansoor, a peaceful human rights defender. Ask . honor 🌏
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