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Free Ali

Demanding the release of Bahraini blogger Ali Abdulemam

The movement rolls on

From Chan'ad:
The Public Prosecutor is due to announce tomorrow (Sunday) whether the detained BahrainOnline trio (Ali, Hussain, Mohammed) will be released, charged or detained for another 45 days for "further investigation". However, it seems like no one is expecting them to be released, and so a plan of action for the coming days has already been announced

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