Why Are Bahrain’s Prisoners Entering the Hunger Strike Battle?
"It is said that no one truly knows a nation until one has been inside its jails. A nation should not be judged by how it treats its highest citizens, but its lowest ones," says Nelson Mandela.
196 Prisoners Launch Hunger Strike in Solidarity with 15 Political Prisoners in Isolation Building
81 prisoners in building 13 have joined the hunger strike, along with 115 others in building 14, in solidarity with the 15 prisoners who started an open hunger strike on (Thursday, August 16, 2019), in protest against the strict security restriction, discrimination from the rest of the prisoners and the harsh conditions they have been suffering two years ago.
Hakeem Al-Araibi Goes on Hunger Strike at Detention Center
Bahraini football player Hakeem Al-Araibi launched a hunger strike in one of Thai detention centers, after being separated by prison authorities from his wife, who had been staying with him even though she was not formally detained, according to Australia-based Bahraini activist Hassan Abdulnabi.
Hisham Al-Sabbagh Launches Hunger Strike against Preventing him from Treatment
Leader in Islamic Action Society (Amal) Hisham Al-Sabbagh enters his 3rd day of hunger strike protesting against being prevented from his right to treatment.
After Over Year of Neglecting his Appeals, NIHR Says It Met Detainee Hani Marhoun’s Wife
In its first comment, the National Institution of Human Rights (NIHR) said that it met on Tuesday (November 13, 2018) wife of detainee Hani Marhoun after about one month of his hunger strike.
Hani Marhoun’s Health Deteriorates following One Month of Hunger Strike, His Detained Son Subjected to Violations in Dry Dock Prison
Political detainee Hani Marhoun, who has been on hunger strike for a month, demanded in a letter published by activists on Monday (November 12, 2018) to expedite a meeting with the Ombudsman, National Institution for human rights and prisoners’ commission. Marhoun also demanded his right to treatment.
Detainee Yasser Al-Mo'men Continues Hunger Strike Demanding Treatment
Human rights activist Zeinab Al-Khamis said that detainee Yasser Al-Mo'men’s hunger strike entered its fourth consecutive day in protest against his deprivation from treatment at Dry Dock Prison.
Security Measures Tightened in Dry Dock Prison as Prisoners Continue Hunger Strike
Families of a number prisoners held at Dry Dock Prison reported that inmates have been suffering more harassment by the security authorities, as they continue their hunger strike in protest of the deterioration of prison conditions.
US Pushes Bahrain to Ensure that Al-Singace Has Access to Adequate Medical Care
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Associated Press (AP) said that the United States is urging Bahrain to ensure that a prominent political opponent, Abduljalil Al-Singace, is treated properly amid reports of a hunger strike.
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.