Interior Minister: We'll Not Receive Religious Campaigns from Abroad to Commemorate Ashura
Interior Minister Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa said his country will not accept religious campaigns from abroad to take part in Ashura commemoration that will start in a few days and that commemorating the occasion in Bahrain will be limited to citizens and residents.
"I Proceed with the Prophet's Religion": Ashura Slogan for this Year
Bahraini scholars launched (June 21, 2022) the new annual Ashura slogan entitled "I Proceed with the Prophet's Religion".
Editorial: Al-Budai Street is the Target
With regard to normalization, bad intentions prevail over good ones. In politics, it has been said that "the road to hell is furnished with good intentions" as a sign of its cunning and malice. The opening of a normalizing restaurant on Al-Budai Street under the banner of "the 48 Arabs" is one aspect of the malicious cunning policy.
New Cabinet Reshuffle: Removing Khalifa bin Salman's Wing and Reducing Al-Khawalid's Influence
With a quick reading of the new cabinet reshuffle, the King of Bahrain passed a major ministerial change in favor of his son, the Prime Minister, the Crown Prince, whereby he got rid of all the faces favored by former Prime Minister Khalifa bin Salman, as well as important faces favored by the Al-Khawalid group within the ruling family.
Al-Wefaq Leader Calls on Authorities to Empty Prisons of Political Detainees
Prominent Al-Wefaq leader Sayed Taher Al-Mousawi called on the Bahraini authorities to whitewash prisons, noting that the number of political detainees now is much lower than it was in 2001.
Biden should not Visit Saudi, Meet Crown Prince: US Lawmaker Adam Schiff
US President Joe Biden should not visit Saudi Arabia or meet its Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who approved an operation to capture or kill murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to US intelligence, a leading Democratic lawmaker said on Sunday.
Bahraini Society Against Normalization: Opening Restaurant for Palestinians Holding Israeli Nationalities is Consolidation of Popularly Rejected Normalization Agreement
The Bahraini Society Against Normalization with Zionist Enemy said that opening of a restaurant owned by Palestinians holding Israeli nationalities in Bahrain "at this time is a breakthrough for our society and an exploitation and consolidation of the popularly rejected normalization agreement.
Ayatollah Qassim: Celebrating Independence of Zionist Entity in Bahrain is Announcing Joy for Palestine's Occupation
Bahrain Mirror: The spiritual leader of the Shiite sect in Bahrain, Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim, said that holding a ceremony on the occasion of the independence of the Zionist entity in the presence of normalizers in Bahrain and with the permission and blessing of the local politics is a declaration of joy for the occupation of Palestine and the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Milan Takeover by Bahraini Investcorp could Fail
It seems that the negotiations of Investcorp, a Bahrain-based asset management company, to buy AC Milan will not end with the desired success.
After Banning it for 6 Years...Largest Friday Prayers for Shia in Diraz Resumes
The largest Friday prayer in the Imam Al-Sadiq mosque in Diraz was resumed after being prevented by the authorities following the citizenship revocation of the spiritual leader of Shia majority, Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim.
Attorney Osama Al-Awfi who Demanded to Issue Harshest Sentence against Opposition Leader Dies
Public Attorney and Head of Judicial Inspection, Osama Al-Awfi, died on Friday (May 13, 2022), local newspapers reported.
Sayed Nasrallah: Bahraini Officials Rudest When It Comes to Normalization with Israel
Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah strongly criticized Bahraini officials' statements on normalization and relations with the Israeli entity.
53 Political Detainees Undergo Medical Tests Believed to be an Introduction for their Release
A former political detainee said that the prison administration made medical tests for about 53 detainees as an introduction to release them under the alternative penalty act.
Iran Told Bahrain, UAE that It will Respond to any Israeli Aggression Launched from these Countries
Iran has sent a non-public letter to both the UAE and Bahrain following the rapid growth of their relations with Israel, particularly with regard to the security and military aspect that may be directed against it, threatening to respond to any attack from these countries, as happened in Erbil.
Soccer Investcorp, Elliott could Clinch AC Milan Deal Friday: Reuters
Bahrain-domiciled asset manager Investcorp could agree the buyout of Italian soccer club AC Milan as early as this week, when an exclusive negotiation period with U.S. fund Elliott is set to end, Reuters said.
Bahraini Interior Minister: Our First Enemy is Iran, We Depend on US and Israel in our Security File
Bahraini Interior Minister Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa said "Our first, our second and our third threat comes from Iran," indicating that his country depends in its security on allies, such as the United States of America and Israel, after the signing of normalization agreements.
In New Normalization Step, King Hamad Global Center for Peaceful Coexistence Signs Agreement with the University of Haifa in Israel
In a new step towards normalizing relations with the Zionist Entity, which now covers most areas, the King Hamad Global Center for Peaceful Coexistence signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the University of Haifa in Israel.
Abbas Al-Morshid: The Shale Oil Lie
In the most recent statement made by the son of the field marshal commander of the Bahrain Defense Force, the Minister of Oil in Bahrain, he stressed that no minerals and rocks of commercial value have ever been discovered in Bahrain and that he had referred the matter to the relevant authorities for further research and study.
Minority Shia Living Worst Periods in Saudi Arabia: 122 Shiites Killed in Era of Salman and his Son
When the Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz assumed power on January 23, 2015, the Shiite minority living in the eastern region of the country didn't know that this era would be the worst they have ever experienced.
Saudi Arabia Says It's not Responsible for Any Oil Shortage from Houthi Attacks
Saudi Arabia said on Monday it would not bear responsibility for any global oil supply shortages after attacks on its oil facilities by the Iran-aligned Houthis, in a sign of growing Saudi frustration with Washington's handling of Yemen and Iran.