After 115 Days of Disappearance in Saudi Arabia, Two Detained Bahrainis Call their Families
Bahrain Mirror: Families of the two Bahrainis, detained in Saudi prisons received phone calls from their sons after more than 115 days of their disappearance there.
Saudi Embassy: 250 Saudi Teachers Dispatched to Bahrain in 2015 with Riyadh Covering Expenses
Bahrain Mirror: The Saudi Embassy in the Bahraini capital Manama said that a number of Saudi teachers dispatched to work in Bahrain in 2015 reached about 250.
Saudi Arabia and Its Bastard Child “ISIS”: State of Denial
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The state of denial is what the Saudi regime is experiencing with regards to its critical situation involving the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), although the world is aware that Riyadh is the incubator of the Wahhabi Salafist Takfiri sect from which ISIS emerged.
Saudi Asharq Al-Awsat Newspaper: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE Have Reservations About Gulf-Iranian Dialogue
Bahrain Mirror: The Saudi Asharq Al-Awsat Newspaper said that the Gulf-Iranian dialogue which Tehran announced will be launched on September 22 is “a Qatari idea that was warmly welcomed by Iran and the Sultanate of Oman, while 3 Gulf States expressed reservations about it.”
Saudi Arabia Arrests 413 ISIS Militants Including 2 Bahrainis
Bahrain Mirror: Saudi Security forces arrested 413 members of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) accused of terrorism over the past 60 days in various areas across the country.
Saudi Interior Ministry: Bahraini among Suspects in Special Forces Mosque Bombing in Abha
Bahrain Mirror: The Saudi Ministry of Interior said that it had arrested 34 suspects, including 30 Saudis and 4 foreigners (Syrian, Yemeni, Bahraini and Pakistani national) after its investigation efforts into the bomb blast that targeted a Special Emergency Forces mosque in Abha.
Al-Wefaq Condemns Terrorist Bomb Blast in Saudi Arabia's Asir
The Bahraini opposition group Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society condemned the terrorist bomb blast that took place in Saudi Arabia's Asir and deemed it an unacceptable action.
AFP: Saudi FM Slams 'Aggressive' Iran Comments on Bahrain
AFP: Saudi Arabia's foreign minister on Monday denounced "aggressive statements" by Iran, intensifying the verbal sparring between the regional rivals following a global deal on Tehran's nuclear programme.
Reuters: Saudi Arabia Accuses Iran of Making Threats to Bahrain
Reuters: Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir on Monday accused Iran of making threats against Riyadh's ally, Bahrain, which he said showed that the Islamic republic was harboring hostile designs against its Middle Eastern neighbors.
Diplomacy of Saudi Cables: Besiege Bahrain’s Shiites By Salafist Channels
Bahrain Mirror: One of the documents of the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs that the WikiLeaks website disclosed recently revealed the ministry’s categorization of newspapers and journalists in Bahrain. The document identifies the journalists as Sunnis, Salafist Sunnis or Shiites.
Reuters: Bahrain Says Foils Arms Smuggling Bid, Recalls Iran Envoy
Bahrain said on Saturday it had foiled an arms smuggling plot by two Bahrainis with ties to Iran and announced the recall of the Gulf island kingdom's ambassador to Tehran for consultations after what it said were repeated hostile Iranian statements.
Kuwaiti Newspaper: Bahraini ISIS Militant Provided Imam Sadiq Mosque Bomb Attackers with Explosives
Bahrain Mirror: A Kuwaiti newspaper revealed that the Saudi terrorists involved in the Imam Sadiq Mosque bomb attack confessed that they obtained the explosives material from one of the members of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) in Bahrain.
Saudi MOI: Kuwait Mosque Suicide Bomber Passed through Bahrain First
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The suicide bomber behind the deadly attack on Kuwait’s Imam Sadiq Mosque, identified as Saudi citizen Fahad bin Suleiman Al-Gabbaa had arrived at Bahrain International Airport from Riyadh on June 25, 2015 and then left for Kuwait Friday morning.
Saudi-Based Companies Warn their Western Employees against Traveling to Bahrain
Operating companies in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia have warned western employees, especially Americans, against gathering in crowded areas and worship places in case they visit Bahrain.
WikiLeaks: Bahrain Requested Military Assistance from Morocco in 2012
Bahrain Mirror: A cable issued by the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Manama disclosed that Bahrain requested military assistance from Morocco in 2012.
WikiLeaks: Saudi Universities Only Receive Sunni Scholarship Applicants with Bahraini Authorities’ Approval
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): A cable leaked by the WikiLeaks Website showed that Saudi Arabia only receives Sunni scholarship applicants from Bahrain under an agreement between the two states.
WikiLeaks: Saudi Intelligence Requested Excluding Shiites from Saudi Projects Presented to Bahrain
Bahrain Mirror: A confidential cable, published by the WikiLeaks website this week, disclosed a recommendation by the Saudi general intelligence which called for the exclusion of Shiites from all the projects presented by Saudi Arabia to Bahrain.
WikiLeaks: Saudi Embassy in Tehran Adopted Plan to Support Salafist Channels to Face Iranian Media
Bahrain Mirror: A cable issued by the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Tehran revealed that the embassy adopted a plan to support religious Salafist channels and direct media outlets “to focus on Iran’s interference in the affairs of Arab countries, like Bahrain, in their newscasts.”
WikiLeaks: Saudi Intelligence Requested Information about Bahrain’s Shiites in 2011
Bahrain Mirror: A cable issued by the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed that the general intelligence requested information about the Shiite activism in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Saudi Cables: Bahraini Leadership Divided on How to Face 1st Feb 14 Anniversary Protests
Bahrain Mirror: A cable issued by the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Manama said that the Bahraini ruling family divided on how to deal with the escalation of protests, marking the first anniversary of the February 14 revolution.