Rights Groups Urge US to Press for Prominent Bahraini Prisoner's Release
Dozens of human rights groups have called on the US and other western governments to advocate for the release of prominent Bahraini opposition figure Abduljalil Al-Singace, who has been on a hunger strike in prison for nearly 200 days.
US Senator Calls for Releasing Dr. Al-Singace, All Political Prisoners
Democratic Senator Ben Cardin from Maryland called for the immediate and unconditional release of the detained Bahraini academic and human rights activist Abduljalil Al-Singace.
Diplomatic Journalist Embarrasses State Department Spokesman on US Stance Regarding Dr. Al-Singace's Case
Sayed Ahmed Al-Wadaei, director of advocacy at Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy, posted a tweet via his Twitter account saying that the Associated Press diplomatic journalist Matt Lee embarrassed the State Department spokesman during his speech.
US Senate Approves Appointment of Steven Bondy as US Ambassador to Bahrain
The US Senate approved the appointment of Steven Bondy as the US ambassador to Bahrain.
Activist Brian Dooley: Biden's Administration Silence on Sheikh Ali Salman Case is Shameful
Activist Brian Dooley of Human Rights First saw that Biden's Administration silence on Sheikh Ali Salman case is shameful.
ADHRB Calls on New US Ambassador to Pressure Bahrain to Begin Meaningful Dialogue with Opposition Ahead of 2022 Elections
The Americans for Democracy and Human Rights in Bahrain called on the US new ambassador Steven C. Bondy, who will start his work soon in Bahrain, to pressure the Government of Bahrain to begin a meaningful dialogue with the political opposition ahead of the 2022 parliamentary elections.
U.S. Senate Backs Sale of Missiles to Saudi Arabia
The U.S. Senate rejected a resolution on Tuesday that would have prohibited the proposed sale of advanced medium range air-to-air missiles, missile launchers and other weapons and support to Saudi Arabia.
Ali Al-Aswad: Israel Faces Iran on Gulf States Borders
As the Prime Minister of Israel inaugurated his country's embassy in the Bahraini capital, Manama, mass demonstrations were staged to denounce the Bahraini government's position towards the Palestinian cause and normalization with the usurping entity.
US Embassy Welcomes What it Called "Expanding Alternative Sentencing Law in Bahrain"
he US Embassy in Bahrain welcomed via its twitter account Bahrain's expanded application of its alternative sentencing law.
Interior Minister Meets FBI Official, Discusses Promoting Security Cooperation
Interior Minister, Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, received the Legal Attaché of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Richard Ryan. The two sides discussed ways to strengthen joint cooperation.
US to Evacuate Afghan Interpreters before Military Withdrawal Complete
The United States is set to evacuate thousands of vulnerable Afghan interpreters before the U.S. military completes its withdrawal from Afghanistan so they can wrap up their visa applications from safety, U.S. officials said on Thursday.
Touro Delegation to Visit Bahrain: Hoda Nonou
Former Bahraini ambassador to Washington Hoda Al-Nonoo said that plans are underway to bring a Touro delegation to visit Bahrain.
United States Seizes Website Domain of Lualua TV and 32 Others
The United States of America seized the website domain of the Bahraini opposition satellite channel, Lualua TV, as part of a widespread campaign that targeted 33 websites of Arab and Islamic news channels.
Saudi Arabia proposes ceasefire in Yemen, Houthis sceptical
Saudi Arabia presented a new peace initiative on Monday to end the war in Yemen, including a nationwide ceasefire and the reopening of air and sea links, but its Houthi enemies said the offer did not appear to go far enough to lift a blockade.
US Senator Calls on Biden's Administration to Urge King of Bahrain Release Prisoners, Members of Political Opposition, and Engage them in Credible Dialogue
Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) submitted on Monday a statement for the Congressional Record, addressing Bahrain's crackdown on peaceful protestors on the 10th anniversary of the pro-democracy movement in Bahrain.
Al-Wefaq Welcomes Any Pressure on Bahraini Authorities to Respect Human Rights
Al-Wefaq former MP Ali Al-Aswad commented on the US Department of State spokesman saying that "we listened to the US Department of State spokesman on the issue of human rights council members and that there is no place in the council for any state that violates these rights."
15 NGOs Urge Biden Administration to Address "Dramatic HR Deterioration" in Bahrain
15 human rights organizations demanded United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken, in a letter, to address the dramatic human rights deterioration in Bahrain.
U.S. Commerce Sets Anti-Dumping Duties on Aluminum Sheet from 16 countries
The U.S. Commerce Department on Tuesday issued final anti-dumping duties on common alloy aluminum sheet from 16 of 18 countries investigated, including up to 242.8% on imports from Germany and 83% on imports from Bahrain.
Agnes Callamard: Washington's Failure to Punish bin Salman is "Extremely Dangerous"
The United Nations Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Agnes Callamard, affirmed that the failure of the United States to take action against the Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, in connection with the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, is "extremely dangerous."
US President will Make Announcement regarding Saudi Arabia
The US President Joe Biden revealed that he will make an announcement on Monday regarding Saudi Arabia.