Syria's Assad Visits UAE, First Trip to Arab State since War Began
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad traveled to the United Arab Emirates on Friday, his first visit to an Arab state since the Syrian war began in 2011, underlining warming ties with a U.S.-allied country that once backed rebels who sought his ouster.
Sheikh Mohammed Al-Madi Sentenced to One Year in Jail over Charge of Offending "Muawiya bin Abu Sufyan"
A Bahraini court sentenced on Thursday (March 17, 2022) Shiite cleric Sheikh Mohammed Al-Madi to one year in prison over offending the Umayyad ruler Muawiya bin Abi Sufyan.
Haji Somoud Arrested Again
The Bahraini security authorities arrested Haj Majid, known as Haji Somoud, Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society reported.
On Zero Discrimination Day, Salam DHR Calls for Legilstaions against Discrimination in Bahrain
SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights has called for enacting legislations that criminalize discrimination in Bahrain, allowing victims to sue those who discriminate against them.
Bahrain to Make Over $16 Million a Day after Oil Barrel Price Exceeds $111
The price of Bahrain's crude oil, categorized as Arab medium oil, surged above $111 per barrel, which will provide the state budget with $16 million per day, due to implications of the Russian-Ukrainian military crisis on global markets.
Fatima Kassim: Why is Bahrain a Strategic Stage for Countering Iran?
The Kippah is a religious and traditional Jewish skullcap that the most extreme, fanatical and hostile Zionists opt to wear. That's why the Israeli prime minister and the far-rightist (Naftali Bennett) straut around wearing it, as Bennett is known for his hardline Jewish views.
Public Prosecution Releases Journalist Mohammad Al-Ghasra after Investigating Him
The Public Prosecution said that it began (Wednesday, February 16, 2022) investigating journalist Mohammad Al-Ghasra, who manages Delmon Post website, and then ordered his release.
Bahrain Society of Sociologists Says Huda Al-Mahmoud Met US Ambassador Unknowingly
Bahrain Society of Sociologists denied being aware that one of its members met with the US ambassador and civil society organizations official at the US State Department, stressing that it is not responsible for the consequences of the meeting.
Bahrain Transparency Society Says Its Chairperson Met US Ambassador to Talk about Economic Affairs
The Bahrain Transparency Society said that its chairperson, Hussein Al-Rubai, met with the US ambassador at his home, being an economic researcher, and talked to him about the economic issue, without any prior agenda for the meeting. Al-Rubai was unaware of the people invited to the meeting.
100 Years on Bahrain's First Uprising
On February 6, 1922, thousands of Bahraini Shiites (Baharna) staged a crowded protest in Manama bazaar and confronted a group of Fidawis who were holding a man from Bilad Al-Qadeem and beating him brutally.
Bahrain Hosts Bennett as Israel Wades Into Gulf Security
Bahrain agreed to step up cooperation with Israel on Tuesday, hosting a first visit by its leader Naftali Bennett that highlighted an increasing Israeli presence in the Gulf amid high tensions with regional power Iran.
Gulf House: More than 43% of Oil Net Revenues Go to Military Spending in Bahrain
The Gulf House for Studies and Publishing issued a special report on military spending in Bahrain, in which it addressed the volume of spending based on 5 indicators.
Ahmed Jaafar Held in Isolated Building, Subjected to Torture
On January 24, it was confirmed that the Serbian authorities extradited Bahraini dissident Ahmed Jaafar, after detaining him for two months, to Bahrain despite a ruling issued by the European Human Rights Court postponing the verdict.
2021 Panorama: Haj Mohammad Fathi, Eulogy Reciter Sayed Amir Al-Mousawi Die Abroad
2021 was a saddening and harsh year for the families of two Bahrainis, who were stripped of their citizenships and forcibly deported. Haj Mohammad Fathi and eulogy reciter Sayed Amir Al-Mousawi died abroad and far from their families.
Al-Wefaq Responds to NIHR: More than 20,000 Arbitrary Arrests since 2011, 1941 Politicized Verdict in Past 3 Years
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society responded to the allegations of the National Institution for Human Rights that denied the presence of any political prisoner in Bahrain by revealing statistics and numbers it has prepared throughout the past 10 years.
Al-Wefaq Deputy Secretary General Calls to Stop War on Yemen
Al-Wefaq Deputy Secretary General Sheikh Hussein Al-Daihi said the photos of civilian casualties in Yemen are painful, calling to stop the war on Yemen.
Bahraini Interior Minister Discusses Security Cooperation, Exchange of Expertise with His Israeli Counterpart
Bahrain's Interior Minister Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa discussed with his Israeli counterpart, Omer Barlev, security cooperation and exchange of expertise.
£20,000 to UK MPs to Take Part in Manama Dialogue
The Government of Bahrain has paid more than £20,000 to members of the British House of Commons to take part in the Manama dialogue, press reports have revealed.
British MPs Discuss Gov't Support for Bahraini Agencies Accused of HR Violations
British MPs are discussing the issue of the UK government's support through taxpayers for activities and funds belonging to the Bahrain regime accused of human rights violations.
Israel Began Buying Aluminium from Bahrain, Envoy Tells Al-Ayam Newspaper
Israel began importing aluminium from Bahrain, Manama-based newspaper al-Ayam reported on Sunday, citing an interview with Eitan Na'eh, the Israeli ambassador to the Gulf Arab monarchy.