10-Year Imprisonment, Citizenship Revocation for Defendant over Joining ISIS, Possessing Firearm
2017-06-15 - 11:05 p
Bahrain Mirror: The First High Criminal Court ruled a 10-year prison verdict, in addition to the citizenship revocation, of 23-year-old defendant, after accusing him of joining the terrorist affiliation ISIS. He was accused of being a focal point that links ISIS affiliates inside the country and outside.
On his part, Chief of Terror Crime Prosecution Advocate General Ahmed Al Hammadi, said that today Thursday (June 15, 2017), the First High Criminal Court issued a ruling against a defendant accused of joining ISIS. Al Hammadi noted that the defendant was also accused of possessing unlicensed firearm for terrorist purposes.
- 2021-08-04Appeals Court Upholds 2-Year Jail Verdict against Mohammad Al-Zayani
- 2021-04-17Only 3-Year Prison Term Handed Down to Three Bahrainis who Joined ISIS
- 2021-04-16Bahraini Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison, Charged with Throwing Molotov Cocktail at Police Car
- 2021-04-09Bahrain Court Fines 5 Members of Prisoners' Families 1,000 BD Each for Violating Ban on Gatherings
- 2020-11-19Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Ansari Receives 6-Month Jail Term over Religious Lecture
comments powered by Disqus