After another bloody day on February 18, the army temporarily retreated, protesters returned to the Pearl Roundabout, and by February 22, a Martyrs March drew a crowd of— a number representing more than 20 percent of all residents or one out of two Bahraini citizens. Soriano said the agency has yet to take action because not even the Philippine embassy in Bahrain or its labor attache has been formally informed. It was also more accepting than any other Arab countries surveyed. These are all small developments, but 15 years ago none of them were happening. Since then the government had a curfew in most of the country mostly villages where protestors live, that no one can go out from 6 pm until 5am in the morning!!
Others have gone to court to defer enforcement of the crackdown," Soriano said.
Article of the penal code prohibits anyone operating or being employed at a business where prostitution or any sort of immorality is taking place or being promoted. They have established a degree of visibility which, though still limited, is important because visibility is the first step towards achieving rights and without it there is no hope of doing so. Namespaces Article Talk. It was great to see that people from both genders, all ages, backgrounds came to show their support.
This disparate treatment, Jasim argues, does not emerge organically in Bahraini society; rather, he says, it is imposed by the government.