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Jan142012

Bahrain Document: A List of 56 People Killed Since 14 February 2011

Ali Alsheikh (killed Sept 2011) & Sayed Hashim (killed Dec 2011)Activist Mohammed Ashoor gives the names and claimed cause of death of 56 people slain since the start of the uprising in Bahrain on 14 February 2011. The list does not appear to include five policemen who have died in the violence:

1- Martyr Ali Mushaima - 14 February 2011 - Killed by birdshot in Al Daih
2- Martyr Fadhil Salman Al Matrook - 15 February 2011 - Killed by birdshot during the funeral of martyr Ali Mushaima
3- Martyr Ali Mansoor Khudair - 17 February 2011 - Killed by birdshot during the first Lulu attack [the assault by security forces on Pearl Roundabout, the symbolic centre of the protests]
4- Martyr Mahmood Abu Taki - 17 February 2011 - Killed by birdshot during the first Lulu attack
5- Martyr Ali Mo'men - 17 February 2011 - Killed near Lulu and left to die on the street
 near Al Gufool traffic lights
6- Martyr Isa Abdul Hussain - 17 February 2011 - Killed by splitting his head open near SMC [Salmaniya Medical Centre]
7- Martyr A. Redha Bu Hameed - 19 February 2011 - Killed by live rounds near Lulu
8- Martyr Fadk (infant) - 27 February 2011 - Born dead after her mother's grief of [the death of her] relative, martyr Ali Mushaima
9- Martyr Ali Ebrahim Damistani - 13 March 2011 - Police ran over him on the flyover near lulu
10- Martyr Ahmed Farhan - 15 March 2011 - Direct shot to the head split his head open in Sitra
11- Martyr Jafar Mohammed Salman - 16 March 2011 - Shot dead in the 2nd Lulu attack
 by army
12- Martyr Ahmed Abdullah Al Arnoot - 16 March 2011 - Killed by birdshot in the 2nd lulu attack
13- Martyr Jafar Abdullah Al Ma'yoof - 16 March 2011 - Killed by birdshot in the 2nd Lulu attack
14- Martyr Isa Radhi Al Radhi - 19 March 2011 - Tortured to death in Sitra
15- Martyr A. Rasool Al Hujairi - 20 March 2011 - Tortured to death by regime mercenaries
16- Martyr Jawad Mohammed Al Shamlan - 21 March 2011 - Shot in the stomach and leg and left dead on the street
17- Martyr Fatima Taqi Al Mosawi - 21 March 2011 - Sickle cell patient, died in the SMC invasion by the army
18- Martyr Bahia A. Rasool Al Aradi - 21 March 2011 - Shot dead by two live bullets of an army sniper near Al Qadam roundabout
19- Martyr Hani A. Aziz - 24 March 2011 - Killed by birdshot in Al Bilad
20- Martyr A. Aziz Ayad - 24 March 2011 - Tortured to death in Al Qurain Prison
21- Martyr Isa Mohammed - 25 March 2011 - Suffocation from tear gas in Al Ma'ameer
22- Martyr Sayed Ahmed Sayed Shams (15 y/o) - 30 March 2011 - Direct shot by tear gas canister to his head in Saar
23- Martyr Hasan Jassem Al Fardan - 4 April 2011 - Tortured to death in prison
24- Martyr Khadija Mirza Al Abdul Hay - 5 April 2011 - Suffocation from tear gas in Sanabis
25- Martyr Sayed Hameed Mahfoodh - 6 April 2011 - Killed and thrown in a garbage can
 in Saar
26- Martyr Ali Isa Saqer - 9 April 2011 - Tortured to death in prison
27- Martyr Zakrya Rashid Al Asheeri - 9 April 2011 - Tortured to death in prison
28- Martyr Kareem Fakhrawi - 9 April 2011 - Tortured to death in prison
29- Martyr Aziza Khamees - 16 April 2011 - Died after a house raid in Al Bilad
30- Martyr Mohammed Abdul Hussain Farhan (6 y/o) - 30 April 2011 - Suffocation from tear gas in Sitra
31- Martyr Zainab Al Tajer - 2 June 2011 - Suffocation from tear gas in Sanabis
32- Martyr Salman Isa Abu Edrees - 3 June 2011 - Tortured to death in SMC
33- Martyr Jaber Al Alaiwat - 12 June 2011 - Died 1 day after being released from prison due to torture
34- Martyr Hasan Al Sitri - 19 June 2011 - Stabbed in the back in Nuwaidrat
35- Martyr Sayed Adnan Sayed Ahmed Hasan - 23 June 2011 - Suffocated from tear gas in Duraz
36- Martyr Majeed Mohammed Ahmed - 2 July 2011 - Killed by birdshot in Sehla (bullet in his skull stuck since March)
37- Martyr Zainab Hasan Al Jumaa - 15 July 2011 - Suffocated from tear gas in Sitra
38- Martyr Saeed A Taweel - 31 July 2011 - Suffocated from tear gas in Sitra
39- Martyr Ali AlShaikh (14 y/o) - 31 August 2011 - Shot by tear gas canister on the neck
 after Eid Al Fitr prayers
40- Martyr Sayed Jawad Ahmed Hashem - 14 September 2011 - Suffocated from tear gas in Sitra
41- Martyr Jaffar Yousif - 18 September 2011 - Tortured to death after a house raid in Karzakan
42- Marytr Jaffar Lotfallah - 30 September 2011 - Suffocated from tear gas in Abu Saiba
43- Martyr Ahmed Al Qattan - 6 October 2011 - Killed by birdshot in Abu Saiba
44- Martyr Reyadh Al Karani - 29 October 2011 - Killed by birdshot and a stun grenade
45 - Martyr Ali Daihi - 3 November 2011 - Beaten to death in front of his house
46- Martyr Ali Badah - 19 November 2011 - Killed after police ran-over him and crushed him to a wall in Juffair
47- Martyr A. Nabi Al Aqel - 23 November 2011 - Killed after police ran-over him in Aali
48 - Martyr Zahra Saleh - 7 December 2011 - Killed be a metal rod into her skull in Daih
49 - Martyr Sajeda Jawad (6 days old) - 11 December 2011 - Blood poisoning caused by toxic gas
50 - Martyr Ali Al Qassab - 15 December 2011 - Ran-over after regime thugs chased him into the street during OccupyBudaiyaSt
51- Martyr A. Ali Mowali - 17 December 2011 - Suffocated from toxic gas in Meqsha
52- Martyr Sayed Hashim Sayed Saeed - 31 December 2011 - Direct shot to the neck by a gas canister
53- Martyr Fakhriya Jassim Al Sakran - 3 January 2012 - Suffocated from tear gas in Jid Ali
54- Martyr Yousif Al Muwali - 13 January 2012 - Kidnapped by police, tortured to death and dumped in Amwaj

Two Foreign Martyrs:

55- Martyr Steven Abraham (Indian) - 15 March 2011 - Shot dead by the army in Al Hajar during his work shift as security for a Dairies company
56- Martyr Aklas Meya (Bengali) - 15 March 2011 - Shot dead and ran-over by army in Sitra after he tried to defend the women

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