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Bahraini hunger striker's daughter speaks out
Zainab al-Khawaja says her father sounds weak but believes death is better than "living in humiliation".
Last Modified: 09 Apr 2012 09:09



Protests in Bahrain have increased as Abdul Hadi al-Khawaja's hunger strike enters its 60th day and Bahrain rejects a request to transfer him to Denmark.

Al-Khawaja's daughter, Zainab, has told Al Jazeera that he sounds very weak.

"Dying with dignity is better than living in humiliation," she said quoting her father.

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