127 HR Networks and Organizations Call on IPU Participants to Raise HR Issues in Bahrain
127 human rights networks and organizations issued a joint statement on the eve of the 146th Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) in Manama on March 11, 2023, expressing their "grave concern over the continued deterioration of the human rights situation in Bahrain."
Last Call on Behalf of Mohammad Ramadan's Kids: Don't Destroy Their Lives
The Cassation Court issued the final verdict against Mohammad Ramadan and Hussain Moosa over charges of killing a policeman and other terrorism-related charges, even though both of the defendants stated that security men tortured and sexually assaulted them to extract confessions.
HR Org. Call for Vigil for Nabeel Rajab Today in front of Bahraini Embassy in London
Human rights organizations called for a vigil in front of the Bahrain Embassy in London for human rights defender Nabeel Rajab, asking for his sentence to be immediately suspended.
Zainal Comments on HRW Report: HR Org. Funded from Parties Hostile to Bahrain
Fawzia Zainal, Speaker of the Council of Representatives, said that some human rights organizations that take negative stance from the Kingdom of Bahrain rely on false sources of information and malicious sources.
Motor Racing-Rights Groups Urge F1 and FIA to Take a Stance in Bahrain
Human rights groups called on Wednesday for Formula One and its governing body, the FIA, to seek the immediate release of a jailed female activist and blogger ahead of this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix.
Thai Rights Groups Send Open Letter to Government to Release Al-Araibi
A coalition of Thai human rights and civil liberties groups, academics and leading legal figures have called on the government to release refugee footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi.
53 HR Organizations Call on Bahraini Authorities to Release Nabeel Rajab, Drop Charges against Him
Human rights organizations from around the world have sent an open letter to the Bahraini authorities calling for the immediate release of Nabeel Rajab, the repeal of his convictions and sentences, and dropping all charges against him.
HR Groups Denounce Arbitrary Detention of Naji Al-Fateel, Call for his Release
The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders, a joint partnership of FIDH and the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT), expressed their deep concern over the physical and psychological integrity of Mr. Naji Fateel.
5 NGOs: Ahmad Nawwar at High Risk of Torture in Case Germany Deports him to Bahrain
Five Bahraini human rights organizations expressed their deep concern at the information they received about the intention of the German authorities to deport Bahraini citizen Ahmad Nawwar from their territories to Bahrain after examining his asylum application and protection.
UK MP Sues Reprieve after Criticism for his Work with Bahrain
Belfast Telegraph newspaper said that Senior MP Jeffrey Donaldson and his brother Kingsley are to sue a human rights organization Reprieve over criticisms of work undertaken by a peace-building charity with which they are associated
Irish Lawyer Attended Trial of Nabeel Rajab and Others: None was Allowed to Speak…It was Astonishing
International organizations said that an Irish lawyer they sent to observe the trial hearing of human rights activist Nabeel Rajab issued a report in which she said that the judicial measures in his trial were unjust and that they violate Bahrain’s Constitution and international conventions on human rights.
Rights Groups Fear for Bahraini Activist Nabeel Rajab's Health in Prison, AFP
International rights groups said Thursday they fear for the health behind bars of Bahrain's most high-profile activist, Nabeel Rajab, condemning the Gulf state over its seven-year crackdown on dissent.
15 Int’l HR Groups Send Urgent Letter to World Powers: Bahrain's Reprisals against Alwadaei’s Family Must End
Fifteen international rights organizations, including Amnesty International, Reprieve, Reporters without Borders (RSF) and Index on Censorship, sent a joint letter to a number of world powers and international and UN groups to urgently raise, both publicly and privately, the case of Sayed Ahmad Alwadaei’s relatives.
HR Group: 12 Cases of Enforced Disappearance in Bahrain, One Case Lasting over 1 Year
The Bahrain Forum for Human Rights said it monitored the cases of continued enforced disappearance of 12 Bahrainis from the following four areas: Malikiyah, Diraz, Sanabis and Buri, including the case of Sayed Fadel Abbas Radhi, which has lasted over one year.
HR Groups: Saudi Arabia is Punishing Al-Awamiyah, Int’l Community Must Take Urgent Action
A group of human rights organizations said that the Saudi authorities have continued their harsh security measures against the town of Al-Awamiyah in the Eastern Province.
NGOs Call for Nabeel Rajab’s Release on Arrest Anniversary
14 International NGOs wrote an appeal to EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission, Federica Mogherini, urging them to call on Bahraini authorities to free Nabeel Rajab.
4 Bahraini NGOs Call on KSA, Bahrain, UAE to Stop Actions Violating Human Rights in Qatar Rift
Bahraini human rights organizations demanded Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom of Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates to stop their actions that violate human rights principles following the severing of ties with Qatar.
Human Rights Organizations Urge UN Diplomatic Missions to Press Bahrain to Halt Shiite Leader Trial
Human rights organizations called on diplomatic missions of the UN Human Rights Council member-states to intervene in the trial of Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim, the most prominent Shiite leader in Bahrain.
Bahraini Rights Organization Say Military Judiciary Permits Execution in 33 Cases
Bahraini human rights organizations issued a joint statement saying that the latest constitutional amendment concerning the military judiciary’s authorities, which the King ratified, shall lead to the failure of the military institution.
Org. Condemn Upholding Death Sentences against 3 Bahrainis: Travesty of Justice
Four human rights organizations condemned the death penalty against the detainees Abass Al-Samei, Sami Mushaima and Ali Al-Singace (accused of killing an Emirati officer during clashes with protestors in a village east of the capital, Manama, in March 2014).