Bahraini Protester Says London Embassy Staff Threatened To Throw Him Off Roof
Wednesday, 7 August 2019 () A Bahraini dissident has said he was beaten and threatened with being thrown from the roof of the country’s embassy in London last month by staff trying to halt his rooftop protest against the execution of two men in the Persian Gulf nation, The Guardian reports. Moosa Mohammed said he feared for his life in the struggle atop the five-story building in London’s Belgravia neighborhood. He said it began when an embassy staffer pushed him, then hit him with a meter-long (3 feet) plank of wood while he was perched precariously on the edge.“We have two people being executed in Bahrain and you will be the third,” the man with the makeshift weapon said, according to Mohammed. His accomplice later...
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