Bahraini staged another peaceful demonstration against the al-Khalifa monarchy, demanding an end to dictatorship.
However, demonstrators set tires ablaze and clashed with regime forces that used tear gas canisters to disperse them in the village of Buri.
Security forces in several areas in Bahrain resorted to tear gas and birdshot to disperse protesters.
Protesters took to the streets in the villages of Dair, Tubli, Kawarah and Ma’ameer, calling for justice and democracy.
The al-Khalifa regime launched a brutal crackdown on the peaceful protests and called in Saudi-led Arab forces from neighboring states.
Moreover, Bahrain’s opposition group al-Wefaq Association reported that more than 200 people, including a woman and 19 children, were detained during the regime crackdown on protesters in July.
At least 80 people have been killed in Bahrain since anti-regime protests erupted in mid-February 2011.