Al-Wefaq Condemns Terrorist Attack on Shah Cheragh Shrine in Shiraz
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society condemned the brutal terrorist act that targeted the Shah Cheragh Shrine in the southern Iranian city of Shiraz on Wednesday.
India Accuses Former Bahrain Resident of Joining IS
Indian media outlets reported that a lawsuit was filed by the Indian authorities against seven individuals, including a former resident in Bahrain known as Mohammed Amin, on charges of joining the Islamic State (IS), the Bahraini Gulf Daily News newspaper stated.
Washington Designates "Saraya Al-Mukhtar" as Terrorist Group
The United States on Tuesday designated Saraya Al-Mukhtar group as a terrorist organization, accusing it of being backed by Iran.
Court Upholds 3-Year Prison Term against Defendant in Political Case
The First High Criminal Court upheld a three-year prison sentence against a defendant who joined Bahraini Hezbollah.
Al-Wefaq: Execution of Death Sentences Proves Testimonies of Al-Qaeda Members on Regime's Involvement with Dissidents Assassination
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society condemned in a statement it issued today the executions of two innocent citizens, Ali Al-Arab and Ahmad Al-Malali, who were tortured to say confessions.
Mohieddin Khan’s Dangerous Confessions, Bahraini Security in Trap
The Secretary-General of the National Adala (Justice) movement, extremist Salafist Mohieddin Khan didn’t deny the content of “Al-Jazeera” tape and didn’t even show interest to justify anything, whether in terms of what mentioned in “What is Hidden is Worse” or in terms of what his companions in the terrorist cells said inside the chambers of the National Security Agency. He only acquitted himself of being the one who sold the tape. He says in a video he recorded in response on what he described as “Fabrications of Bahrain Television report”: “It is very big and not good to accuse me of this case.”
Al-Wefaq Calls to Seriously Consider Testimonies Mentioned in "What is Hidden is Worse" Program
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society called on observers inside and outside Bahrain to consider seriously and responsibly the information and testimonies mentioned in "What is Hidden is Worse" program, broadcast by Al-Jazeera Channel, which represent a betrayal of the country and show coordination and arrangements with very dangerous terrorist forces.
Bahrainis Not at All United against “Al Jazeera” Film
Bahraini government loyalists are bragging about how the people are allegedly united in confronting “What is Hidden is Worse” program aired by Al Jazeera channel.
King Appoints Takfiri Terrorism Supporter to Sunni Endowments Council
Bahrain, along with its allies in the Arab Gulf, claims to combat terrorism and extremist Islamic groups. But, does it really do so?
Anti-Terrorism Law in Bahrain Legitimizes Terrorism against those who have Different Views: Al-Wefaq
Al-Wefaq said that the so-called Law on the Protection of Society from Terrorist Acts has nothing to do with fighting terrorism, but many of its articles turned it into a law that legitimizes official terrorism in pursuing and targeting those who have different views.
UN HR Commissioner Deeply Concerned by Mass Terrorism Convictions in Bahrain
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet expressed on Thursday (April 18, 2019) alarm at a court decision in Bahrain that revoked the nationalities of 138 people after a mass trial.
Bahrain Mass Trial Raises Deep Concern: UN Rights Chief
United Nations human rights chief Michelle Bachelet said on Thursday she was concerned that a Bahrain mass trial that revoked the nationality of 138 people this week had not met international fair trial standards.
EU Adds Saudi Arabia to Dirty-Money Blacklist
The European Commission added Saudi Arabia, Panama and four U.S. territories to a blacklist of nations it considers a threat because of lax controls on terrorism financing and money laundering, the EU executive said on Wednesday.
US Team Trains Bahrain Interior Ministry Personnel on Dealing with Terrorist Crime Scene
A US team has trained a number of members of the General Department of Criminal Investigation and Evidence in Bahrain on how to investigate a terrorist crime scene. It is expected that members of the FBI's Academy were the ones who gave the training.
US State Dept. Counterterrorism Report 2017: Bahraini Gov’t Practices Increase Risk of Radicalization to Violence
In its annual report on counterterrorism and countering violent extremism in the world in 2017, the US State Department considered repression the main reason for the increase in terrorism in Bahrain.
Bahraini ISIS Militant Nawaf in AFP Interview: We only Saw Beheadings in Media or Propaganda Videos
Nawaf and Hassan both left their homelands to live under the Islamic State group, but now sitting in a police station in northeast Syria they insist they did nothing wrong.
Shura Agrees to Harshen “Terrorism Funding” Charge: Prison Sentences Ranging from at Least 10 Years Up to Life with No Less than 100,000 BD Fine
The Bahraini Shura council agreed in consensus to amend article (3) of decree 4/2001, regarding prohibiting and combating money laundering and the funding of terrorism.
Bahrain Parliament Passes Bill that Deems Hiding Wanted Person a “Terrorist Crime”
The Bahraini House of Representatives passed in its session held yesterday on Tuesday (November 21, 2017) a bill presented by Parliament Chairman Ahmed Al-Mulla that considers hiding wanted persons by the security apparatus and covering for them a “terrorist crime” whose penalty can reach up to life imprisonment or death penalty.
Bahraini Justice Minister Obligates Lawyers and Legal Firms to Report “Money laundering, Terror funding” Suspicions
Bahrain’s Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments Minister Khalid bin Ali Al-Khalifa issued edict 64 of 2017 stipulating that lawyers and foreign legal firms should commit to measures on combating and prohibiting money laundering and terror funding.
AFP: Bahrain Jails 10 Shiites for Life over Attacks Plot
Bahrain's lower court jailed 10 Shiite men for life on Tuesday on charges of plotting attacks a day after the Gulf state sentenced 19 others to lengthy prison terms