Martyr Ali Al-Singace in Last Visit: I Cry out of Fear for You...I Will Pray Tonight
The family tried to escape the gloominess of situation since it was their very last gathering with Ali. They wanted to show the authorities that they were neither broken nor regretful. They kept their heads held up high until the end of this final meeting.
In response to Bahrain’s Interior Minister: The Big Escape Scandal
It is incomprehensible how the authorities allow themselves to vilify civilian suspects, while covering up for mercenaries from the police force, whose crime poses a greater and more dangerous threat.
Detainees in "Jaw" Prison's Solitary Confinement: We Live in Terrible Conditions
Bahraini death row detainee Mohammad Ramadan, confirmed that the detainees in solitary confinement in "Jaw" Prison live in "terrible conditions", since 10 prisoners managed to escape last Sunday.
MOI Reports Armed Raid on “Jaw” Prison, Policeman Killed, 10 Inmates Escaped
Bahrain’s Ministry of Interior announced (Sunday January 1, 2017) that an armed group consisting of 4 to 5 members raided the “Jaw” central prison, causing the death of one policemen, and the escape of 10 political prisoners.
“Takrooz” Reveals Himself: I’m a State Not a Person, I Don’t Leave a Word Unspoken
Takrooz (Hussein Mahdi), one of most prominent Bahraini activists on Twitter explains his harsh criticism against the ruling Bahraini regime.
Ali Abdulemam: Jihad, What Immense Suffering You Recount in “Jaw”!
There is always a big difference between experiencing pain and writing or reading about it. There is something unique about reading about a similar struggle you went through for a period of time.
Hunger Strike in Jaw Prison Building #4 in Protest against Attacking Worshippers
Detainees held in building 4 in Jaw Prison declared going on a hunger strike (Sunday December 11, 2016) in protest of a guard attacking detainees performing prayers.
An Excerpt of “Jaw” Novel: Jordanian Officer Involved in Detainees’ Torture Speaks Up
In this chosen section, a Jordanian officer expresses his deep remorse for beating and torturing prisoners of the March 10, 2015 incidents. He explains how the Bahraini Interior Ministry misled the Jordanian police officers, whom Bahrain employed and gave wrong information about the detainees and dissidents.
Zainab Al-Khawaja: “Jaw” Novel, A Story of Resilience
This book comes to you from behind prison walls in Bahrain. It is not the story of someone who was once in prison, it is the voice of someone who still is.
"Jaw" Novel, A Tale of Agony by Insider Bahraini Detainee
On Human Rights Day, the tale of “Jaw” emerged from within Bahraini prisons. It is novel recounting the story of a political prisoner and his sufferings on March 10, 2015 inside Central Jaw Prison.
HR Activist: Shiite Cleric Harassed in Jaw Prison for Performing Congregational Prayer
: Human rights activist Zainab Al-Khamis said that the security authorities in Jaw Central Prison dealt “impolitely” with the prominent Shiite cleric Sheikh Mohammad al-Mansi who is serving one-year jail term over performing prayers “without a license from the Jaafaria Endowments (Waqf)”.
Appeals Court to Issue its Verdict in Case of 57 Suspects Accused of Causing Jaw Prison's Incidents on Feb. 16
Bahrain's high appeals court set February 16, 2017 as a date to issue its verdict in the case of 54 appellants of the 57 defendants accused of causing riots in Jaw prison on (March 10, 2015). The court had sentenced the suspects to 15 years in prison and bound them to pay 508187.970 BD.
Al-Salmaniya Postpones Surgery of Cancer Detainee Elias Al-Mulla Because Prison’s Administration did not Comply with Medical Instructions
Al-Salmaniya Medical Complex postponed on Thursday (December 1, 2016) an endoscopy operation for Elias Faisal Al-Mulla, a cancer patient, because Jaw Prison’s administration did not comply with the medical instructions that should be followed before undergoing a surgery.
Jaw Prison Rebuffs Denying Detainee Kamil al-Manami Health Care
The administration of Jaw Prison said on Monday (November 21, 2016) that detainee Kamil al-Manami “is receiving all rights stated by the law of the Reform and Rehabilitation institution”.
Appeals Court Amends Sentence against Prisoner Accused of Damaging Glass Barrier in Jaw Prison
The High Criminal Court of “Appeals” amended the verdict ruled against a prisoner convicted with damaging the class barrier of the visiting room. The verdict imprisonment years were decreased from 6 months to 3 months.
Jaw Prison Guards Attack Isolated Cell Block of Death Row Prisoners
Sources said Jaw Prison guards attacked the isolated cell block, where dissidents and other inmates either sentenced to death or life imprisonment are held.
Family of Death Row Prisoner Kumail Al-Manami Says Jaw Prison’s Administration Prevented him from Receiving Treatment in Al-Salmaniya
Family of death row prisoner Kumail Al-Manami asked Jaw prison’s administration to expose him to a specialized doctor, indicating that “Al-Manami has been repeatedly visiting Al-Salmaniya medical complex to receive treatment in the ear, nose and throat department as well as the departments of eye and internal medicine due to the different pains he is suffering from following his arrest.”
Sheikh Mirza Al-Mahrous’s Aunt Dies, After Authorities Rejected His Request to Visit Her in ICU
The aunt of detained Sheikh Mirza al-Mahrous died, after authorities did not allow him to visit her in the hospital.
Shiite Cleric Exposed to Deliberate Medical Negligence in Jaw Prison
Al-Naim Detainees Committee said that Shiite cleric Sheikh Mounir Al-Maatouk is exposed to deliberate medical negligence in Jaw prison, after the prison's administration refused to allow him receive medical clutch that he needs due to his knee pains and to change his bed, which increased his back pains.
Bahraini Detainees are to be Treated in Military Hospitals Only
Detainees in Jaw Central Prison stressed that the Bahraini authorities decided not to treat them in the hospitals affiliated to the ministry of health and to only treat them in the military hospital. According to inmates’ estimations, the health of about 1500 detainees will deteriorate.