Tue. March 28,2017
Al-Wefaq official hails seminaries for backing Bahrain revolution
Deputy Secretary General of Bahrain’s al-Wefaq bloc said Iran seminaries are greatest supporter of Bahraini revolution;...
Al-Wefaq warns al-Khalifa on Sheikh Isa Qassim case
Regime in Manama has reportedly tried the sheikh in court in an alleged khoms (religious tax received by higher clerics) case where the prosecutor...
Britain won’t back UN statement condemning Bahrain’s human rights abuses
The UK has been accused of buttressing the human rights abusing regime of Bahrain by not endorsing the critical view...
Iranian Cleric Urges Al Khalifa Regime to Respect Bahraini People’s Demands
Tehran’s provisional Friday Prayers Leader Ayatollah Kazem Seddiqi warned against the collapse of the Bahraini...
Bahrain at ’tipping point’ as crackdown continues
Protesters injured by birdshot and teargas as protests break out marking 2011 uprising anniversary
Riyadh Fearful of Spread of Bahrain’s Revolution to Saudi Arabia
A senior Lebanese political analyst said the Bahraini people are paying the cost of the Riyadh regime’s fear that the February...
Bahraini regime executes 3 Shiite activists amid public anger
Bahrain has executed three anti-regime Shia activists over their alleged role in a 2014 bomb attack, amid widespread public anger...
Bahrain urged to drop charges against France 24 correspondent
The media rights groups Reporters Without Borders has called on Bahrain’s Al Khalifah regime to abandon the trial of female journalist Nazeeha Saeed.
Britain gave human rights abuser Bahrain £2.1mn ‘stability’ funding in 2016
Bahrain’s record on human rights must affect the annual £2 million of UK funding given to the Gulf kingdom, say campaigners.
HRW expresses concern about forcibly disappeared Bahraini activist
Human Rights Watch has condemned the Bahraini regime for detaining activist Sayed Alawi, who has been held incommunicado for...
European countries criticize Bahrain’s human rights record
Torturer, killer of Bahraini Shias announced dead
Political Bahraini inmates sterilized in prison in British methods
Bahrain Scholars Announce ‘General Rage’ in Support of Death Row Detainees
Bahrain intensified crackdown on activists, critics in 2016: HRW
Bahraini Scholars Condemn Regime’s Attempts to Normalize Ties with Israel
Bahrain courts revoke citizenship of 33 people within three days
What an innovative new survey technique reveals about Bahraini public opinion
By Peter Loewen, Janice Stein and Farhaan Ladhani
When Bahrain Says You’re Not Bahraini Anymore
Given the scale of it and the fact there are just 1.3 million people in Bahrain, it won’t take long for it to have a drastic effect, and that risks only making the divisions between Sunnis and Shias here...
West’s silence on Bahrain rights abuses breeds culture of impunity
Arrested Bahrain rights activist Nabeel Rajab could be released if the international community condemns Bahrain’s government and holds it accountable for its actions, while silence will breed a sense of impunity...
I could be arrested any moment
Nabeel Rajab says he fears arrest after receiving a new summons from the police. In an interview with RT, the prominent activist reveals his concerns about the opposition may be silenced in the Gulf Kingdom.
Bahrainis not to roll back uprising
Press TV has conducted an interview with prominent Bahraini human rights activist Nabeel Rajab about the ever-deteriorating political situation across Bahrain.
Time for Washington to Act as U.S. Ally Bahrain Targets Human Rights Defenders
Over the last few days the Bahraini government eliminated any remaining doubt about the direction it is moving on human rights.
Champions for Justice: Bahrain’s Imprisoned Politicians
This month, the Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy (BIRD), Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB), and the Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) call attention to leaders of the...
Bahrain unrest timeline
Key developments in Bahrain, nearly four years after the eruption of Arab Spring-inspired pro-democracy protests that were subsequently crushed:
The family that protests against Bahrain’s brutal regime
With her father imprisoned for life and her pregnant sister facing giving birth in jail, Maryam Alkhawaja explains why they keep on protesting for democracy.
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