Press Release from The International Coalition against Impunity

Friday, May 06, 2011, the International Coalition against Impunity (HOKOK)
organization will be at The Hague (La Haye) Holland, accompanied by a number of European lawyers and Bahraini civilians.

ICAI (HOKOK) will submit a new complaint to the ICC concerning the crimes
against humanity that are happening in Bahrain against civilians. The complaint will
be presented with attached documents about the daily Bahraini government crimes.

The complaint details involve the daily Bahraini government violations from
the beginning of the peaceful protests that started on February 14 2011. It also
includes the destruction of mosques, burning of the Holy Quran, as well as arresting
and detaining the people of Bahrain. It is also concerned with defending victims that
have been prosecuted with a death penalty sentence.

ICAI (HOKOK) organization members will hold a press conference on May 06,
2010, at 12:00 noon, till 1:00 PM afternoon, in Movenpick Hotel Den Haag-
Voorburg / Stationsplein 82275 AZ Voorburg, The Netherlands Tel +31 70 377 37 37/

The organization will put before the media and the public the documents about
the violent incidents that still are occurring in Bahrain by the government and its
partners. Following, a protest will be held for this matter starting at 2:00 PM till 4:00
PM from the Movenpick Hotel to the ICC COURT in La Haye, portraying to the
public various images of victims that have been murdered in Bahrain.

Lebanon – Beirut (Jnah)- Adnan Al Hakim Strt., Rabih Bldg, 1st Flr.,
Phone: (00961)1-824056, Tele fax: (00961) 1 -824166, Holland nb: 0031618185893


About dominickavakeb
Dominic Kavakeb is a recent Masters graduate in International Journalism from City University, London. He lives in London and is of British/ Middle Eastern origin.

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