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22 February 2017 21:43

  Bahraini police have once again clashed with protesters condemning the killing of a young activist by the Manama regime forces. Witnesses said on Wednesday that residents of the village of Nuwaidrat, south of the capital, Manama, staged a protest on Tuesday night to protest the death of Abdullah al-Ajouz. Ajouz was pronounced dead on Monday in custody after he sustained a number...

21 February 2017 14:46

  Skirmishes have broken out between Bahraini regime forces and dozens of demonstrators, who had taken to the streets to protest the death in custody of a young pro-democracy activist. Scores of people staged a rally on Sitra Island, located five kilometers south of the capital, Manama, on Monday evening to voice outrage at the killing of 21-year-old activist Abdullah al-Ajouz earlier...

19 February 2017 8:33

  Over 100 thousand foreigners have been naturalized by the zionist Bahraini regime that also dropped the nationality of scores of Bahrainis in the context of a plot to change the demographic features of the society. 17% is the rate of the demographic change in Bahrain, a political activist said. A report, published around ten years ago, revealed that the Bahraini regime formed...

16 February 2017 13:12

A court in Bahrain has sentenced five people to life imprisonment over alleged involvement in attacks against Al Khalifa regime forces and possession of explosives. Bahrain’s High Criminal Court ruled on Wednesday that the accused had carried out a bombing attack against regime forces, possessed and produced explosives without license, and destroyed public properties, the al-Wasat daily reported. The court also ordered the defendants to pay 250 Bahraini dinars...

15 February 2017 9:00

  Amnesty International has warned that Bahrain is on the verge of a human rights catastrophe amid a pattern of increased violence against demonstrators, executions, and detentions. The rights group gave the warning on Tuesday as nationwide protests were underway in Bahrain to mark the sixth anniversary of the 2011 popular uprising. “Bahrain is at a tipping point. The first two months of...

14 February 2017 18:54

  The Bahraini people are determined to get what is their right and are ready to sacrifice their lives to make the Manama regime respect freedom and justice, a commentator says. Bahrainis are “insisting on getting their rights and they are ready to sacrifice and pay a high price,” for their cause, says Jawad Fairooz, a former Bahraini legislator from London. Without getting...

14 February 2017 17:24

  Thousands of people have been taking to the streets across Bahrain to mark the sixth anniversary of a popular uprising against the ruling regime in the country and denounce the crackdown that has ensued. Protests to mark the anniversary of the February 14, 2011 revolution in Bahrain began on Monday and continued on Tuesday morning. People braved security forces, who were...

12 February 2017 22:30

  Police forces in Bahrain have used tear gas and pellet guns to disperse dozens of anti-government protesters across the Persian Gulf country, inflicting injuries to several.   The protesting rallies were held on Sunday in a number of villages across the country, including Diraz, Sitra, Bani Jamrah, Sehla, Nabih Saleh, Abu Saiba, Shakhurah and Ma'ameer, to condemn the ruling Al Khalifah...

12 February 2017 12:21

  A Bahraini court has handed down prison sentences between three and 15 years to 21 citizens for allegedly carrying explosives and arms. Arabic-language Bahrain Mirror news website reported that the jail terms were issued by Bahrain’s appeals court on Saturday. According to the report, two of the defendants were sentenced to 15 years of imprisonment while the rest were given lesser jail terms. Meanwhile, Bahrain’s Supreme...

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