Bahraini Opposition Blocs in Europe Announce Uprising’s 5th Anniv. protests
The Bahraini opposition blocs in capitals and cities across Europe and the Australian city of Melbourne announced a series of events and protests to be held on the fifth anniversary of the Bahraini February 14, 2011 uprising.
Bahrainis Protest Day & Night with Start of Revolution’s 6th Year
Dozens of protestors took to the streets of Bahrain in the early hours of Monday morning (February 1, 2016) to express their determination and will to carry on the revolution, which erupted five years ago.
Bahraini Revolutionary Forces: 3 Days of Al-Nimr Civil Disobedience to Kick off on Feb. 12
The revolutionary forces in Bahrain announced during a rally in the village of Diah outside martyr Ali Mushaima’s house the civil disobedience program, which they had called for in commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the Bahraini revolution.
“Revolutionary Forces” Call for Awaiting “Al-Nimr Rebellion” Steps Marking Feb. 14 Uprising Anniv.
Within the framework of the preparations made to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the February 14 uprising which erupted in 2011, the Bahraini revolutionary forces called for awaiting the announcement of the steps launching the “Al-Nimr Rebellion.”
“Bahrain’s Uprising...Resistance and Repression in the Gulf”: Book Dedicated to the Feb. 14 Events Featuring 9 Writers
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): On September 15, 2015, “Bahrain’s Uprising...Resistance and Repression in the Gulf” was published. It is a book dedicated to the events of 2011 that took place in Bahrain and edited by Bahrain Watch’s Dr. Ala'a Shehabi and PhD. candidate Marc Owen Jones.
PHOTOS: Thousands of Bahrainis Protest Calling for Their Feb. 14 Demands
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Thousands of Bahrainis took to the streets on Friday (July 31, 2015) to announce that they will not give up their demands which they called for since the eruption of the February 14 uprising.
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.