Jewish Bahrain Shura Council Member Supervised "Umm Haroun" Series, Contributed to Finest Details
Jewish member of the Bahraini Shura Councilsaid that she provided many consultations and contributed to the finest details of the "Umm Haroun" series. "I contributed to the smallest of details related to the religious rituals of the Jewish community and everything about the Jewish families in the drama," she said in an interview.
Australian MP Fiona Patten: Keeping Prisoners in Bahraini Prisons is HR "Travesty"
Australian MP Fiona Patten described keeping prisoners in Bahraini prisons as a human rights "travesty".
Fawziya Rashid: You Opened a Door which Better Remain Closed
Fawziya Rashid, a Bahraini national of Pakistani origin and "Akhbar Al-Khaleej" writer, opposed the call for pardoning political prisoners even amid the increasing fear for their lives due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Bahraini Ambassador to Cairo: Securing Return of about 250 Bahraini Citizens to the Country in Upcoming Days
Bahrain ambassador to Cairo, Hisham Al-Jowdar, affirmed that the embassy is securing the return of about 250 Bahraini citizens to the Kingdom of Bahrain in the upcoming days, due to the coronavirus pandemic, which will be conducted in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Campaign to Boycott Gulf Air for Refraining to Fly 76 Bahrainis from Muscat to Manama
Bahrainis are outraged at Gulf Air which cancelled its flight GF563 and refrained from transporting Bahrainis returning from the Iranian city of Mashhad. This was especially frustrating to Bahrainis since the airline admitted that it took the decision on March 27, 2020 to cancel the scheduled flight from Muscat Airport after it was revealed that there were a large number of registered passengers arriving from Iran via Doha Airport.
Gulf Air Admits Canceling Muscat Flight Because of Bahrainis Returning from Iran
Gulf Air has admitted that it cancelled its GF563 flight because of the Bahraini passengers returning from the Iranian city of Mashhad. It said that it made the decision on Friday (March 27, 2020) to cancel one of its scheduled flights from Muscat Airport after it was revealed that there was a large number of registered passengers arriving from Iran via Doha Airport.
This is What Happened to Returning Bahrainis in Muscat on Friday, March 27
76 of the Bahrainis stranded in Mashhad left for Tehran, then to Doha and Muscat, on their way back to Bahrain. At 11:20 a.m. and in front of the gate for boarding the plane, passengers were surprised that the flight was delayed. After 45 minutes, they were told that the flight had been cancelled without explanation.
Bahrain Cancels Flights of Citizens Stranded in Iran, Welcomes Travellers from Around the World
What is this extreme disregard for Bahraini citizens stranded in Iran's Mashhad? What is this absurd and irresponsible play with people's emotions and feelings? For the third consecutive time, Bahraini officials have announced a planned flight for a second batch of stranded visitors, but canceled it at the last minute.
Third Coronavirus Death Reported in Bahrain
The Ministry of Health has announced the death of a 65-year-old male Bahraini national who was suffering from underlying and chronic health problems, and was registered as an active case of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
ACLED Publishes New Data about Bahrain Events until 2020
The Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED) published on its website the data it gathered about Bahrain's events from 2016 to 2020.
F1 Announces Virtual Grand Prix Series, First Race in Bahrain
Formula 1 will replace real racing with virtual racing from this weekend, with a virtual Bahrain Grand Prix scheduled this Sunday.
Rida Bin Ali Launches Bring Back Stranded Bahrainis Campaign After Father's Death in Iran
Bahraini Rida Bin Ali launched a campaign on behalf of the Committee of Families of Stranded Bahrainis in Iran and elsewhere under a hashtag that translates to #Bring_Back_Stranded_Bahrainis. This move aims at "bringing back Bahrainis trapped in Iran's city of Mashhad, guaranteeing them a medical quarantine, and countering any voices that attack their beliefs or stand in the way of their return," he said.
People in Isolation Complain of Lack of Separation Procedures and Extended Isolation with Detection of New Coronavirus Cases
Some groups held in the isolation unit complained that, after completing a full two weeks, they were obliged to stay for an additional two weeks after a new case of coronavirus was discovered.
Three Bahrainis Die after Gov't Delay, Parliament Votes against Returning Rest from Iran
The first batch of Bahrainis, who were stranded in Iran after the spread of Coronavirus there, has landed in Bahrain, and more are expected to return. However, three Bahraini families will not get to be reunited with their loved ones who died while waiting for the Government of Bahrain to take action, as it delayed returning its citizens home.
As Bahraini Authorities Neglect its Citizens Conditions, Kuwaitis Launch Campaign to Support Bahrainis Stranded in Mashhad
In the absence of the Bahraini authorities' role in alleviating the suffering of their nationals stranded in Iran's city of Mashhad, popular calls have been launched in Kuwait to support Bahrainis and provide them with their basic needs and food.
Diary of a Stranded Visitor...
Mid February wasn't as frightening as the situation is now, after the Iranian authorities announced the deaths of two people from Coronavirus in the Iranian city of Qom. No one knows how, when or where they were infected.
Bahrain to Extradite Pashtun Activist, Campaign Launched in His Country Demanding his Release
Bahrain is to deport a Pakistani resident who is an active advocate of the rights of Pashtuns facing persecution in Pakistan. Supporters of "Geelaman Pashteen" said under a hashtag they launched on social media #DontDeportGeelaman that the Bahraini authorities arrested him and want to extradite him to his country.
Inflation of Powers Ruling Bahrain: Anti-Cybercrime Directorate
However, this Directorate now has nothing else to do but pursue opinion-makers and journalists on social media, read their tweets, summon them for interrogation, arrest them, refer them to the Public Prosecution or prosecute them in sham trials. In reality, it is an anti-opinion directorate combating those who express their views on the internet.
On his 70th Birthday: King of Bahrain’s Not Fine
On the 70th birthday of the King of Bahrain which falls on January 28, the Bahraini ambassador to the UK Sheikh Fawaz Al Khalifa insisted on congratulating him by captioning a photo of the king on a horse, wearing a military uniform filled with badges, with verses from a poem.
Bahrain: Decision to Halt Al-Watan Journalists' Dismissal Temporary Measure, Worst to Come
Governmental "Al-Watan" newspaper in Bahrain temporarily halted the decision to lay off 12 journalists after a meeting held between the Labor Ministry and the newspaper.