Amnesty International said in a tweet on Monday that “the year 2021 began and ended 2020 in Bahrain’s prisons, with arbitrary harassment of prisoners.”
The organization added that “in the Juvenile Prison in the Dry Dock, guards unjustly targeted Kameel Jumaa, who entered his cell early an hour and woke him up to individually shave his hair and that of his cellmate.
The year 2021 began and 2020 ended in prisons #the two seas, By arbitrary harassment of prisoners. In the Juvenile Prison in the Dry Dock, the guards unfairly targeted prisoner Kamil Jumaa, so that they entered his cell an early hour and woke him up to individually shave his hair and that of his cellmate, what applies to the general prison.
— Amnesty Bahrain (@aibahrain) January 11, 2021
According to a previous Amnesty post in September, Camille Jumaa, a Bahraini high school student, is in prison “as part of an act of revenge against him and his family, after he and his mother refused to work as informers for the authorities, and because of the conversations that his mother had with international newspapers.” .
The publication said, “Camille faces more than 20 trials, against the background of his alleged participation in opposition demonstrations.”
The statement added, “Jumah appears to be targeted because of his mother, Najah Ahmed Youssef, about being ill-treated during her arbitrary detention between 2017 and 2019. On September 13, 2020, Kamil was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment.”
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