Al-Wefaq: More than 120 HR Violations in Bahrain during April 2023
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society has monitored more than 120 human rights violations in Bahrain during April 2023. The society has documented the arrest of 16 citizens, 10 cases of human rights violations, 83 raids carried out by security forces and the deterioration of health condition of Abdulwahab Hussein.
Bahrain: Security Forces Arrest Citizens, Prevents Sit-in at Beit Al Quran in Manama to Denounce the Burning of the Holy Quran
Security forces in Bahrain were present in the vicinity of the Swedish Embassy and the Beit Al Quran (House of the Quran) Museum in the capital, Manama, to prevent citizens from holding a gathering to condemn the burning of the Holy Quran.
Protests Rejecting Elections Staged across Bahrain
Protests were staged in Bahrain on Friday, on the eve of the sham elections, which are boycotted by the people of Bahrain. The demonstrators demanded that the sham elections be boycotted, seeing that they serve the political trajectory of the ruling class.
Al-Wefaq: More than 300 Violations, 118 Peaceful Protests in February
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society monitored the most prominent events in February 2022 and the violations carried out by the authorities, which resulted in the arrest of dozens, including a woman and three children, in addition to the enforced disappearance of two detainees.
BCHR: 33 Protests on Feb. 14, 24 Arrests including Woman within 3 Days
The Bahrain Center for Human Rights said that it documented 33 protests across Bahraini areas on the 11th anniversary of February 14th uprising.
Protests in Manama against Bennett's Visit
Dozens of citizens took part in an angry protest in Manama against Israeli Prime Minister's visit to Bahrain.
Wave of Arrests as Bahrain Marks Anniversary of 14 February Uprising
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society said that the Bahraini authorities arrested (February 14, 2022) two citizens, within the series of arbitrary arrests.
Al-Wefaq: 284 HR Violations, 84 Protests in January
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, largest opposition political society, said that it documented 284 human rights violations practiced by the Bahraini authorities in January 2022.
For Second Day in Row: Protests and Clashes in Bahrain Rejecting Normalization with Israel
Despite fear and intimidation that the Bahraini authorities have worked hard to bolster in the past years in the country, the streets of Bahrain were full of angry protests on Friday, October 1, 2021, denouncing the visit of the Israeli Foreign Minister, Yair Lapid, to Manama.
Peaceful Protests in Bahrain Demanding Release of Political Prisoners
Dozens of Sanabis residents took to the streets on Friday evening to demand the release of political prisoners.
Al-Wefaq Calls to Stop Protests, Sit-ins due to Dangerous Epidemic Wave in Bahrain
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society called on Bahrainis to stop protests and sit-ins all over the country due to the outbreak of dangerous Coronavirus in Bahrain and increase in number of cases and casualties.
Peaceful Protest in Memory of Diraz Massacre Martyrs
A peaceful protest was staged in Bahrain on Saturday (May 22, 2021), marking the fourth anniversary of the massacre committed by the interior ministry forces against peaceful protestors in front of Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim's home.
Thousands of Bahrainis Applaud Resistance of Palestinian People and Denounce Normalization
Despite the deliberate coma that the official state media in Bahrain has put itself under, and the authorities' insistence on not showing sympathy with the Palestinian cause, thousands of Bahrainis took to the streets on Tuesday evening (May 11, 2021), in sporadic demonstrations held across the country.
11 Protests and Sit-ins Held in Bahrain Calling for Release of Prisoners as Corona Cases in Jaw Prison Reach 97
The Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) announced that it had recorded 11 demonstrations and sit-ins staged Wednesday night (April 14, 2021), in several areas across Bahrain. The families of political prisoners continue to demand the release of their imprisoned loved ones after the spread of Coronavirus in prisons.
Bahrainis Continue Protests for 16th Day as COVID-19 Cases Rise in Jaw Prison
The families of political prisoners in Bahrain continued their peaceful protests for the consecutive sixteenth day, insistently demanding the release of their imprisoned family members, who have been suffering from injustice, the effects of the pandemic and medical negligence in Jaw Central Prison.
Protests in Bahrain Demanding Release of Prisoners after Coronavirus Outbreak in Prisons
Hundreds of citizens took to the streets in different areas across Bahrain for the second day in a row (Tuesday, March 30, 2021) demanding the authorities to release prisoners after Coronavirus outbreak in prison.
Photos: Protests Staged across Bahrain on 10th Anniversary of Feb. 14 Uprising amid Security Restrictions
Marking the 10th anniversary of the February 14 uprising which started in 2011, citizens renewed their demands for freedom and democracy on Sunday night (February 14, 2021).
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.
Bahraini Protester Convicted of Burning Garbage Based on Helicopter Pilot Testimony
The Court of Appeal upheld the conviction of two Bahrainis, sentencing them to two years imprisonment on charges of setting fire to tires, a garbage container and a water tank next to a gas station in the southern Sahla area.
Protests in Bahrain Demanding Release of Political Detainees
Hundreds of citizens took part on (Friday, September 27, 2019) in protests held in different areas across Bahrain, including Manama, demanding the release of political detainees.