Once again in Bahrain the anti - regime protesters have taken to the streets to condemn the recent death sentences to three people on the charges of killing policemen.The protesters rallied through the streets of the northern villages of al - Daih and al - Musalla on Saturday to denounce the court ruling, according to PressTV. Another thing the demonstrators also asked for was the release of prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Ali Salman, the secretary general of Bahrain ' s main opposition bloc al Wefaq National Islamic Society. Last year, Salman was arrested on charges of seeking regime changes and working with foreign powers. Bahrain ' s supreme criminal court has charged three people to death sentences and seven people to life in prison after they were convicted of being behind a terrorist attack that killed three police officers.Recommended:Heavy clashes break out as Bahrain strips 72 of citizenship The attack happened while Bahraini troops were dispersing the people mourning the death of an anti-regime activist who had died in prison a few days before. No group has yet claimed responsibility for the bomb attack. Alwefaq denounced the death penalty and claimed that the defendants' confessions were made under torture and has asked for a fair trial while calling the rulings "void". It's been four years since the beginning of anti-regime protests who have called for the Al Khalifa family to relinquish power.