Targeted/their houses were stormed /escaped arrest/ most are in hide (Updated 06 April 2011)

As compiled by Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights and Bahrain Center for Human Rights

1 Sayed-Yousef Al-Mahafdha Active member of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights (BCHR), House was stormed early morning 20 March.

2 Nabeel Rajab President of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights and vice Secretary General of the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), Arrested briefly and beaten on 20 March. Banned from travel to Geneva to attend a human rights meeting his communications is cut. He was harassed again on 30 March while interviewed by CNN crew at his house.

3 Mohammed Al-Masqati President of the Bahrain Youth Human Rights Society (BYHRS), His photo, address and phone number was published on the internet with a message that he should be killed.

4 Abdulhdi Alkhawaja Former president of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights (BCHR), His photo, address and phone number was published on the internet with a message that he should be killed.

5 Naji Fateel Board member of the Bahrain Youth Human Rights Society (BYHRS), His photo, address and phone number was published on the internet with a message that he should be killed.

6 Salman Naji Member of the Committee for the Unemployed. Was detained in August 2010 and recently released. House stormed early morning 28 March. His brothers, Ali and Hussain were beaten.

7 Abdul Gani Khanjer Head of the Committee of the Victims of Torture. Was detained in August 2010 and recently released. House was stormed

8 Abdul Amir Al Aradi Activist. Was detained in August 2010 and recently released. House was stormed

09 Hisham AlSabbagh Active member of the Islamic Action Society (AMAL), House was stormed

10 Fahmi Bakalwa board member of Islamic Action Society (AMAL), House was stormed

11 Hussain Omran Activist. Was detained in August 2010 and recently released. House was stormed

12 Ali Abdul Imam Prominent blogger. Was detained in August 2010 and recently released. House was stormed

13 Dr. Mohammed Saeed Member of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights (BCHR). Was detained in August 2010 and recently released. House was stormed

14 Ahmed Jawad Al-Fardan Was detained in August 2010 and recently released. House was stormed

15 Ali Jawad Al-Fardan Was detained in August 2010 and recently released. House was stormed

16 Mohammed Ali Al-Mahfoudh Cleric. Secretary General, Islamic Action Society (AMAL) House stormed early morning 21 March.

17 Abdulla Alsaleh Cleric. Deputy Secretary General, AMAL House stormed early morning 21 March.

18 Habib Abdulla Hassan Cleric. Former board member of AMAL House stormed early morning 21 March. His younger brother Jaffer was arrested

19 Sayed Mahdi Al-Mousawi Cleric. Associated with AMAL, House in Bani Jamra was stormed early morning 21 March.

20 Mohammed Habib Al-Mugdad Prominent cleric. Was detained in August 2010 and recently released. House was stormed

21 Maryam Alkhawaja, Since February 14th she has been subjected to death threats, harassment and defamation. As one of the main people reporting on violations to the international community and institutions, this puts her life at great risk and she is currently unable to return to Bahrain in fear of arrest.

22 Suhail Mahdi Saleh Alshehabi, Member of the Committee for the Unemployed. Was detained from August 2010 to Feb 2011 during which reportedly subjected to torture, On 3 April, 1:30 am, his house was stormed. The doors were broken down. His two brothers were severely beaten and threatened to rape their wives if they did not reveal the place of their brother Suhail. All in the presence of elderly father and sick mother.