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13 December 2018 19:29

  Courts in Bahrain have sentenced two anti-regime protesters to life imprisonment and handed down prison sentences to four others as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy-handed clampdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy campaigners in the Persian Gulf kingdom. On Thursday, Bahraini judiciary officials sentenced two defendants to life in prison after finding them guilty of “unlawful gathering...

11 December 2018 15:41

  A member of the presiding board of Bahrain’s Ulema (scholars) Council highlighted Washington’s support for the Manama regime’s crackdown on the Bahraini people and said the human rights violations in the Persian Gulf country are greenlighted by the US. Bahrain is witnessing systematic human right violations, including the political and security crackdown on dissidents, Sheikh Mohammad Hassan Khojasteh said, addressing a...

4 December 2018 15:05

Thailand has extended the detention of a dissident Bahraini soccer player, who is wanted by Manama but who has been granted refugee status by Australia. Thailand’s immigration chief Surachate Hakparn said on Tuesday that the remand of Hakeem Alaraibi had been extended for 12 days starting December 3 to give authorities time to examine purported documents submitted by Bahrain. Thai authorities used...

2 December 2018 16:25

The top US Navy officer in charge of American naval operations throughout the Middle East and Southwest Asia has been found dead in Bahrain, home to US military’s Fifth Fleet naval force, which he commanded. Vice Admiral Scott A. Stearney was found dead at his residence in Bahrain, said a statement issued Saturday by Chief of US naval operations Adm. John...

2 December 2018 16:19

Bahrain’s largest opposition group has warned about the ruling regime’s sweeping arrest and abuse campaign against female activists throughout the course of a campaign of suppression that has already taken the lives of scores of dissidents. Manama has rounded up as many as 994 women for demanding “freedom and democracy” since the start of anti-regime rallies on the island in 2011, al-Wefaq tweeted...

2 December 2018 11:09

  The top US Navy officer in charge of American naval operations throughout the Middle East and Southwest Asia has been found dead in Bahrain, home to US military’s Fifth Fleet naval force, which he commanded. Vice Admiral Scott A. Stearney was found dead at his residence in Bahrain, said a statement issued Saturday by Chief of US naval operations Adm. John...

30 November 2018 23:37

Scores of people have held a protest in Bahrain to voice their support for distinguished Shia cleric Sheikh Khalid Fadhil al-Zaki, whom regime forces recently arrested as the ruling Al Khalifah regime does not shy away from its clampdown on pro-democracy campaigners in the kingdom. The protesters staged a rally in the northwestern village of Diraz, situated some 12 kilometers west of the capital...

29 November 2018 15:18

Over a dozen Bahraini NGOs have denounced Manama's attempts to normalize relations with the Israeli regime, expressing their firm support for the Palestinian cause. In a document, titled the Bahraini National Initiative Against Normalization, 15 NGOs opposed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's planned visit to the Persian Gulf kingdom, Arabic-language Lua Lua TV network reported. The document, which was released during a recent pro-Palestine event...

27 November 2018 17:52

Bahraini protestors took to streets in various cities to denounce the Saudi crown prince Mohammad’s visit to their country which he had left Monday night, heading into Cairo. The protestors burned Bin Salman’s photos posted on ‘Israel’ flags, accusing him of committing war crimes and serving the Zi0nist interests. Meanwhile, the regime authorities heavily deployed troops in different cities as activists reported...

27 November 2018 14:59

Bahraini protestors took to streets in various cities to denounce the Saudi crown prince Mohammad’s visit to their country which he had left Monday night, heading into Cairo. The protestors burned Bin Salman’s photos posted on ‘Israel’ flags, accusing him of committing war crimes and serving the Zi0nist interests. Meanwhile, the regime authorities heavily deployed troops in different cities as activists reported...

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