While the Saudi-backed Bahraini forces’ crackdown continues to escalate against anti-regime protesters, more Bahraini activists fall for their fate as they demand democracy.
On Saturday, Bahraini 41-year-old Bahraini activist Jaafar Jassim Radhi was found death at his home in a village near the capital. Activists stated that Radhi died due to inhalation of tear gas fired by regime forces in the area surrounding his house.
Clashes broke out between the Bahraini mourners and regime forces on Sunday, during the funeral procession held for martyr Radhi.
Meanwhile, another Bahraini protester, 27-year-old Sabri Mahfud, also died due to inhalation of tear gas fired by regime forces north of the capital.
Mahfud died during a demonstration held to call against the brutal regime crackdown on peaceful protesters, and to demand the release of innocent political detainees.