An independent human rights group has expressed deep concern over the fate of seven people، according to reports
The Bahrain Forum for Human Rights (BFHR) said in a statement on Saturday that the victims، who come from five different villages، had not been heard of for weeks، Arabic-language Bahrain Mirror news website reported.
The BFHR identified the minors as Sadiq Jaafar al-Sammak from the town of A'ali، situated about three kilometers southeast of the capital Manama، and Mohsen Abdullah al-A'ali from the village of Buri، located about 13 kilometers southwest of Manama.
The human rights group stressed that the first minor had gone missing since October 5، while the second had disappeared since November 8.
The BFHR said the Manama regime had restored to enforced disappearance as a means of pressure against those arrested over exercising their right to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly.