Bahrain Protests, Clashes Continue for 2nd Day of Feb. 14 Commemoration
Thousands of Bahrainis took part in the marking the end of the mourning ceremonies in memory of martyr Rida Al Ghasra and his two companions, while vast protests continued in commemoration of February 14 Revolution.
AFP: Clashes in Bahrain on Uprising Anniversary
Demonstrators clashed with police in the Bahraini capital and neighboring Shiite villages on Tuesday, the sixth anniversary of anti-government protests that were brutally suppressed by the authorities, witnesses said.
Clashes in Bahrain Amid Protests Denouncing “Deliberate Killing” of Al Ghisra and his Companions
Angry protesters clashes in different areas in Bahrain with regime forces, after rallies denouncing the crime of deliberately shooting and killing the three martyrs, Rida Al Ghisra (29 years old), Mahmoud Yahya (22 years old), and Mostafa Yousef (35 years old).
Bahrain Scholars Call for “Mass Rallies” on February 14
Bahrain scholars called Monday (February 6, 2017) for staging mall rallies on the 7th anniversary of the Bahraini revolution. They dubbed February 14 “the immortal history and bright page of glory in the record of this great nation.”
Bahrain Witnesses Shrouds Protest on Sheikh Isa Qassim’s Trial Eve, Senior Clerics Warn from “Slippery Slopes”
Thousands of angry protestors took to the streets on Sunday (January 29, 2017) on the eve of the new court hearing of Sheikh Isa Qassim over charge of managing Khums (Shiite religious ritual) money.
Bahrain’s Clerics hail Response to “Shrouds Protests”: We didn’t Wear them to Take them off
Bahrain’s clerics hailed on Sunday (January 29, 2017) the Bahraini people for their response to the shrouds protests, on the eve of the new court hearing of the highest religious Shiite authority in Bahrain, Sheikh Isa Qassim, in a show of support and readiness to sacrifice their lives for Sheikh Isa's sake.
PHOTOS: Protests and Clashes in Various Bahraini Areas Condemning Attack on Diraz
Angry protesters clashed (Thursday January 26, 2017) with regime troops, after various demonstrations condemning civilian forces’ armed attack on protesters in Diraz.
AFP: Bahrain Court Hears Twitter Evidence against Activist
The prosecution in a Bahraini court on Monday presented what it said was evidence against prominent rights activist Nabeel Rajab, accused of spreading "false information" about the kingdom, a judicial source said.
Prosecution Arrests Three Citizens including a Child over Assembly Charge
Family and Child Prosecution chief Moza Al-Naar said that the Public Prosecution received a notice from Hamad station stating that on January 22, 2017 at about 3:30 PM, a group of 15 persons assembled in Shahrakan and set fire to a water tank. When the policemen arrived, the protestors hurled Molotov against them.
Continuous Protests in Bahrain One Week after Execution of 3 Activists
Protests continued in Bahrain on Sunday (January 22, 2017) condemning the execution crime committed last Sunday against 3 activists.
Bahrainis Light Candles for Death Penalty Martyrs
Thousands of Bahrainis lit candles on Wednesday (January 18, 2017) mourning the martyrs Ali Al-Singace, Abbas Al-Samie and Sami Mushaima who were executed by squads in the first death penalty carried out since 2011 uprising.
AFP: Bahrain Police Disperse Shiite Protesters
Police in Bahrain used tear gas and buckshot Wednesday to disperse protesters who took to the streets following prayers for three Shiites executed over a deadly bombing, witnesses said.
PHOTOS: Regime Forces & Protesters Clash at Night Rallies Condemning Execution of 3 Dissidents
Protesters clashed (Monday January 16, 2017) with Bahraini regime forces in various areas in Bahrain. Regime forces shot scattergun bullets and teargas canisters to disperse the crowds protesting the execution of three Bahraini opposition activists.
PHOTOS: Clashes between Angry Bahrainis and Regime Forces for 2nd Day After Execution of 3 Detainees
Demonstrations condemning the execution of Sami Mushaima, Abbass Al-Samei, and Ali al-Singace continued for the second day (Monday January 16, 2017) in various Bahraini areas.
Photos: Protest in Sanabis Following News about Authorities' Intention to Implement Death Sentences
Protest marched the streets of Sanabis today following unconfirmed news indicating that the authorities would soon implement the death sentences issued against 3 political detainees, including Abbas Al-Samea.
Bahraini Scholars Call for Staging Protests Refusing Death Sentences
Bahrain’s scholars called for staging angry protests all over the Bahraini villages, refusing the death sentences and “to save the innocent death row defendants.”
PHOTOS: Bahrainis Protest on Martyr Day Eve, Regime Forces Disperse Crowds with Teargas Canisters
Bahraini citizens protested (Friday December 16, 2016) on the eve on Martyr Day, marked December 17 each year, commemorating the memory of victims in the 90s uprising.
PHOTOS: Bahrainis Burn British Flag in Protest against UK PM’s Bahrain Visit
Bahraini activists broadcasted photos on social media platforms, showing protesters burning the British flags, in a step manifesting their rejection to UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s visit to Bahrain.
AP: Bahrain Opposition Leader Fears 'Whitewash' of Crackdown
Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla began wrapping up their trip to Bahrain on Friday, as a leader of the island's secular opposition warned their visit could "whitewash" an ongoing crackdown on dissent.
AP: British Royal Trip Comes as Bahrain Unrest Far from Over
In the small town of Diraz, just a few miles from where Prince Charles met with Bahrain's royals, there is graffiti demanding the death of the Gulf island's monarch, armored vehicles with chicken wire on their windows and a tense calm that could be shattered at any time.