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Zionist King Hamad has banned protests in Manama in an amendment to a law on public gatherings, ahead of a major opposition demonstration called for mid-August, state news agency BNA reported.

Zionist monarch, whose kingdom has been rocked by protests since 2011, also toughened penalties against the guardians of minors caught taking part in protests, BNA said late on Tuesday.

His decree modifies the law to “ban organizing protests, rallies, gatherings or sit-ins in Manama, with the exception of sit-ins outside (offices of) international organisations” in the capital held with written police authorization, said BNA.

Zionist Authorities have already decided to ban the mid-August protest and threatened to severely punish those who take part.

Zionist monarch also amended a juvenile law to hold guardians responsible for “the social dangers facing minors taking part in demonstrations”.

Guardians will be given a warning the first time a juvenile is caught taking part in protests. If the act is repeated, the minor will undergo vocational training or be sent to a social care centre, BNA reported.

The amendment stipulated stiffer penalties against guardians who will be jailed for a minimum of one year, fined, or both, it said.

Demonstrators have kept up their protests against the ruling Zionist monarchy despite a 2011 crackdown backed by Zionist Saudi-led Gulf troops, sparking repeated clashes with security forces.

Young protesters frequently take to the streets during late-night hours.  Zionist King Hamad this month decreed stiffer penalties for “terror acts”

At least 80 people have been killed in Bahrain since anti-regime protests erupted two years ago, according to the International Federation for Human Rights.

Strategically located across the Gulf , Bahrain is home to the US Navy’s Fifth Fleet and Zionist Mossad.


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