Ali Muhanna Forced to Sign Pledge not to Participate in Rallies Demanding Release of Detainees: BFHR
Bahrain Forum for Human Rights said that the security authorities forced educational activist Ali Muhanna to sign a pledge not to participate in peaceful rallies demanding the release of prisoners of conscience. Muhanna was arbitrary arrested on Sunday (November 21, 2021) from one of Al-Daih streets.
Is it Time to Empty Bahraini Prisons of Political Prisoners?
Bahraini activists continue to call for the release of the largest number of political detainees and prisoners of conscience amid the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) across the world. They are pushing the authorities to empty Bahraini prisons of political prisoners in light of the worrying situation.
Prisoner Ahmed Mirza Denied Access to Medication, Banned for 3 Weeks from Contacting Family
A prisoner who suffers from acute sickle cell disease told his family on Thursday (December 13, 2018) that he was denied phone calls for three weeks without committing any violation or clear reason for the ban.
Deep Concerns over 2 Bahraini Women Arrested 10 Days Ago with No Information about their Whereabouts
Families of two Bahraini detainees, Zakia Isa al-Barbouri and Fatima Daoud Hassan, expressed their deep concern and fear over the two women’s absence following their arrests and forced disappearance.
Zainab Makki Released after 10 Months of Imprisonment as Trial Continues
A Bahraini court ordered releasing the detained Zainab Makki on Wednesday (May 23, 2018) with the guarantee of her place of residence.
Booths of Humiliation: About the Visits of Prisoners’ Families
Humiliation is not only practiced against political prisoners in Bahrain, it is also the treatment that families of prisoners receive during visits.
Isa Town Detainees: Some Wash Policewomen’s Carpets, Others Remain in their Prison Cells in Protest
The Political prisoners held in Isa Town Detention Center experience various forms of humiliation and exploitation by female police officers and the prison chief.
Dr. Taha Al-Dirazi Describes Conditions of Political Prisoners in Bahrain: They Drink Water in “Clorox Bottles”, I Experienced these Sufferings!
In a shocking tweet, neurosurgeon Dr. Taha Al-Dirazi described the situation of political prisoners in Bahrain. “They drink water in Clorox bottles and eat their meals on nylon bags instead of plates. They spend 23 hours in prison cells,” he said.
Bahraini HR Groups Appeal to Int’l Community to Save Prisoners in Bahrain
A number of Bahraini human rights organizations called upon the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to urgently visit Bahraini prisons to stand upon their situation and invite UN Special Rapporteurs and relevant UN working groups to submit new applications to visit Bahrain.
BCHR Documents 28 Arrests within One Week, including Woman and 2 Life Term Sentences
Member of Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) Mohammad Sultan said that the Bahraini authorities arrested 28 citizens, including 5 children and a woman within the last week.
Ahmed Yacoub al-Muqla: Bahraini Director who Filmed Scripted Confessions of Detained Activists
Director Al-Muqla volunteered to film confessions made by Shiite detainees and imprisoned leaders of Bahraini civil society. He did not sense any wrongdoing when witnessing their torture.
Hussein Al-Qassab: After My Release from Prison, I’m Now Imprisoned to My Wheelchair Due to Torture
Hussein al-Qassab was acquitted of the charge brought against him only after he was subjected to brutal torture, leaving him paralyzed.
Authorities Prevent "Zulfiqar Brigades Case" Defendants' Families from Attending First Trial Hearing
Bahraini security authorities prevented families of defendants in "Zulfiqar Brigades" case to attend first trial hearing today on Tuesday.
Activist Naji Fateel from Jau Prison: Our Calls are Recorded, New System Violates Laws
Detained HR activist, Naji Fateel, says new communication system at Jau Prison "violates international treaties and conventions..."
Reform & Rehabilitation Center Denies Neglecting Al-Aradi's Medical Condition: We are Fulfilling our Legal Duty
The administration of Bahrain's Reform and Rehabilitation Center stressed that "it fulfills its legal duty towards all detainees and that the procedures are based on the rule of law with respect to human rights standards".
Dr. Al-Singace's Situation Raises Great Concerns: Transferred to Al-Qal'a Hospital after 100 Days of Hunger Strike
The EBOHR and SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights articulated their collective worries regarding the health and safety of Bahraini activist, Dr. Abduljalil Al-Singace, who has entered his 100th day of hunger strike.
Bahraini Authorities Refer 51 Detainees Accused of Involvement in Jaw Prison Events to Trial
Bahrain Mirror: The chief prosecutor in the Southern Governorate of Bahrain, Mhanna Al-Shaiji, confirmed on Sunday (June 28, 2015) that the public prosecution referred 51 detainees to trial, after charging them with involvement in Jaw Prison events.