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21 July 2017 21:05

  A Bahraini human rights group says detainees being held at a detention center in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom will be punished by solitary confinement and torture in case they seek medical attention from prison authorities. Duraz Youth Movement announced on Friday that inmates at Dry Dock Detention Center will be locked up in solitary cells and subjected to torture should...

19 July 2017 20:06

  Bahraini government is better be worried about its ties with Tel Aviv not Hezbollah, says Majlis (parliament) Speaker's Special Aide for International Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian. Amir Abdollahian, in a telegram post on Wednesday, slammed Bahrain’s recent move to arrest a Hezbollah-linked group in the country, praising Lebanese Resistance group for its fight against Daesh (ISIS) terrorists. He described Hezbollah as the...

19 July 2017 12:58

  Parliament's General Director for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said Al Khalifa regime officials need to be concerned about ramification of ties with Tel Aviv. The official, referring to measures taken by Al Khalifa rulers, said “rather than worrying about relations with Hezbollah as emblem of power in the Arab world, Bahraini authorities need to be considerate of consequences of their connections...

5 July 2017 14:31

  Amnesty International has expressed concern about the Bahraini regime’s maltreatment of a female activist who has been critical of Manama’s crackdown on dissent. On Tuesday, Arabic-language news website Bahrain Mirror cited the director of campaigns at Amnesty’s regional office in Beirut, Samah Hadid, as expressing alarm at the abuse committed by the regime against human rights campaigner Ebtesam al-Sa’eq. Hadid said the activist had...

5 June 2017 15:13

  Bahraini people have staged fresh protests across the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom in solidarity with Sheikh Isa Qassim and his supporters. Protesters, carrying candles, took to the streets of the northern villages Abu Saiba and Shakhoura on Sunday night to commemorate Sheikh Qassim's supporters of  who lost their lives during a raid last month. Five people were killed and dozens other injured when regime...

4 June 2017 18:45

  Bahraini authorities have ordered the opposition-linked al-Wasat newspaper to stop publishing until further notice amid the Al Khalifah regime’s heavy-handed crackdown on political dissent and pro-democracy campaigners in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom. Mansoor al-Jamri, the independent paper's editor-in-chief, said Bahrain's Information Affairs Authority issued the order first verbally on Sunday, and later through a statement published by the state-run Bahrain...

3 June 2017 16:31

  Bahrain says hackers have targeted the twitter account of Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifah and left posts against the royal family and in support of anti-regime protesters. "The account of H.E. Minister of Foreign Affairs has been hacked. Kindly be aware," the Bahraini Foreign Ministry said in a message posted on its twitter account on Saturday. Among the videos and...

3 June 2017 12:03

  A demonstration was held in Diraz in West of the Bahraini capital of Manama as protesters held the photos of the five martyrs who fell while defending the residence of Ayatollah Sheikh Issa Qassim against the regime crackdown who savagely stormed the area. The regime troops took strict security measures in Diraz and in the vicinity of Sheikh Qassim’s house, Al-Manar...

3 June 2017 9:28

  Matar Ebrahim Ali Matar, a former Bahraini lawmaker from Washington, slams the international community for failing to take “effective” measure in the face of the Manama regime’s crackdown on opposition. Emboldened by the support of some Western states and their Persian allies, the rulers in Bahrain stick to their oppressive policies in dealing with political dissidents in the kingdom, Matar tells...

31 May 2017 14:41

  Bahrain has dissolved the country’s largest leftist political party, the National Democratic Action Society (Wa’ad) as part of a heavy-handed crackdown led by the ruling Al Khalifah regime on political dissent. Bahrain’s administrative court ruled on Wednesday to dissolve Wa’ad and hand over all its properties to the treasury, al-Wasat newspaper reported. Back in March, Bahrain’s Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments accused Wa’ad...

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