Bahrain Renews Detention of Suspect Accused of Joining ISIS for 15 More Days
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's Fourth High Criminal Court, presided over by judge Ali bin Khalifa Al-Dhahrani, ordered renewing the detention of a youth in his 20s accused of joining and contacting a terrorist organization (ISIS), for 15 additional days pending investigation.
Embezzlement Case of Adel Flaifel Adjourned until December 21
Bahrain Mirror: A Bahraini high court of appeals decided to adjourn the case of former major Adel Flaifel, in which he is accused of embezzling large amounts of money of a foreign company, until December 21, 2015.
Sheikh Ali Salman Entered Courtroom handcuffed & in Prison Uniform: His Appeal Adjourned Until October 14
Wife of Al-Wefaq's Secretary General Sheikh Ali Salman says he arrived handcuffed and wearing a prison uniform to court, presided over by judge Isa Al-Ka'abi, who decided to adjourn Sheikh Salman's appeal until October 14 for pleading.
Bahraini Prosecuted for Assuming Identity of Ruling Al Khalifa Family Member
Bahrain Mirror: A Bahraini was accused of forging official papers, by assuming the identity of a member of the ruling Al Khalifa family, with the assistance of another Nepali national.
Bahraini Prosecution: Man Accused of Insulting Bahraini Soldiers Killed in Yemen May Face Up to 10 Years in Prison
Bahrain Mirror: The Public Prosecution accused a man of publishing posts on social media deemed insulting to the Bahraini soldiers who were killed in Yemen. This crime is punishable by up to 10 years in jail.
Bahrain Renews Detention of Suspect Accused of Joining ISIS
Bahrain Mirror: The Bahraini Public Prosecution renewed the detention of a suspect accused of joining the Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), as an introduction to referring him to court.
Bahraini Appeals Court to Issue Verdict on “Freezing Al-Wefaq Activity” on Sept. 20
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain’s second circuit supreme civil court of appeals will issue verdict on freezing the activities of the country’s main opposition group, Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, for 3 months on September 20, 2015.
Court Orders Imprisonment of Gulf National Who Deceived a Lebanese Businessman into Thinking He Could Get Him a Bahraini Nationality for Money
Bahraini Supreme Appeals Court issued a first degree sentence to imprison a gulf national for five years and keeping him out of his country over fraud charges.
Officer & 4 Policemen Accused of Torturing Detainees to Extract Confessions Acquitted
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain’s first high criminal court acquitted on Wednesday (September 2, 2015) 5 members of security forces accused of torturing a detainee over charges of selling drugs to extract confessions.
Case of Officer & 4 Policemen Accused of Torturing Detainees to Elicit Confessions Adjourned
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain’s First High Criminal Court decided to adjourn the trial of 5 members of security forces accused of torturing detainees in cases of selling and abusing “drugs” to force them into confessing the charges brought against them.
In First Court Hearing Sharif Says: It is a Prosecution of Intentions
Bahrain Mirror: A Bahraini court commenced the trial of prominent opposition leader, Ebrahim Sharif, and decided in its first hearing to adjourn the case until October 12, while Sharif remains in custody.
Sentence Commuted for Customs Officer & Gulf Embassy Secretary Convicted of Smuggling Banned Materials across King Fahad Causeway
Bahrain Mirror: A Supreme Appeals Court commuted the three-year sentence of two suspects convicted of smuggling illegal goods into Bahraini territory.
Fadhel Abbas, Unitary National Democratic Assemblage Leader, Banned from Treatment and Medication in Prison
Bahrain Mirror: Activists on social media said that the authorities refused to allow the entry of the medications of Fadhel Abbas, the Secretary-General of the Unitary National Democratic Assemblage.
Trial Postponed of Accused ISIS Affiliate who Attempted to Leave Bahrain with False Passport
The Second High Criminal Court, presided over by Judge Abdulla Al-Ashraf, decided to postpone the trial of Abdulla Al-Binali, brother of Turki Al-Binali, preacher of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS).