Interior Ministry Completed Vaccination of All Inmates who Wanted to Get COVID-19 Vaccine
The Interior Ministry said in an official statement on Friday (February 17, 2021) that the General Directorate of Reformation and Rehabilitation completed in cooperation with the Health Affairs Directorate the vaccination of all inmates who wanted to get COVID-19 vaccine.
Interior Minister Warns Qatar: We will Follow Same Procedures to Protect Fishermen
Interior Minister Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa issued a clear warning to the Qatari authorities and described what Qatar had done with the Bahraini fishermen as "brutal".
Interior Ministry: Reports on Coronavirus Cases in Prison "False"
The Bahraini Interior Ministry said that the reports on Coronavirus cases in Jaw Prison are false.
MoI Puts 5 Suspected Coronavirus Policemen in Building near Jaw Prisoners
Prisoners in Jaw Prison confirmed that the Interior Ministry quarantined 5 suspected Coronavirus policemen in building number 5 in Jaw Central Prison, a numbers of prisoners' families told Bahrain Mirror.
Interior Ministry Takes Retaliatory Measure against Imprisoned Journalist Al-Jaziri after Revealing Falsity of Maria Khoury Report
Bahraini Ministry of Interior took retaliatory measure against imprisoned journalist Mahmoud Al-Jaziri on (April 8, 2020) and transferred him to solitary confinement.
Why Did the Military Step Back? Did MP Al-Salloum Lie? How COVID-19 Issue is Being Addressed in Bahrain from Behind the Scenes
The fight against the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is the number one concern in all countries, and all world leaders have declared that the frontliners protecting humanity are doctors and nurses, except for the King of Bahrain.
Bahrain Announces Total Ban on All Travelers who have Visited China within 14 Days
Rashid bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior for Nationality, Passports and Residence Affairs at the Ministry of Interior, announced that the ministry, in coordination with the Ministry of Health, has activated several procedures related to arrivals to the Kingdom of Bahrain.
HRW: Bahrain's Human Rights Watch Worsened in 2019
Bahrain's human rights record worsened in 2019, as the government carried out executions, convicted critics for peaceful expression, and threatened social media activists, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2020.
National Ambulance with Foreign Features: Bahraini Paramedics Threatened with Dismissal
The Bahraini Interior Ministry announced on Saturday (June 15, 2019) the launch of the National Ambulance Project, according to which ambulance services are transferred from the Ministry of Health to the Ministry of Interior.
“Retweet Government” Criminalizes Follow and Retweet
It is ironic that Bahrain, which is known as the “Retweet Island” for being fully obedient to Riyadh and Abu Dhabi’s will, is preventing its citizens from “following” or “retweeting” anti-government accounts and incriminating anyone who follows such accounts or retweets their tweets.
Interior Ministry: Arms and Drugs Dealer Released via Alternative Penalty Law
The Bahraini Ministry of Interior announced that it released arms and drugs dealer Abdulrahman Khalifa Al-Dhahrani on Thursday (May 23, 2019). It, however, denied that the king released him, stressing that his release came through the judiciary, which is claimed to be an independent authority.
Royal Court Leads Inflammatory Campaigns
Although Al-Bandar report was repeatedly mentioned in press reports, some people haven’t been acquainted with the report and its details. However, what happened last week draws a clear picture of how fake public opinion is created and how inflammatory campaigns are launched by the Royal court, same as Al-Bandar report.
New Information: Al Khalifa Family Shaikh and Officer Involved in Hamad Town School Case
Sharifa Siwar, holds a PhD in Psychotherapy, disclosed a critical case when she spoke of a network that promotes narcotic pills in Hamad Town Intermediate Girls School.
2018: Election Bash, Political Isolation and Pseudo Female Presence
Parliamentary elections were held in Bahrain on November 24, 2018, the third since 2011 when mostly Shi'ite protesters took to the streets demanding democracy. The 2018 Executive Elections Committee said the total number of voters was over 365,000.
2018: Bahrain Claims Arrest of Iranians over Entry with Forged Passports, Unannounced Ban on Pakistanis’ Entry
Bahraini authorities reported that they arrested on September 8, 2018, 14 Iranians who allegedly entered the country using forged Asian passports and fake names. This was the first time such an allegation was made.
NAO Report: Education, Interior and Foreign Ministries Expenditure Exceeded Allocated Financial Allocations
The Financial and Administrative National Audit Office stated in its report for 2017 and 2018 that the actual expenditures of three ministries exceeded the allocated financial allocations by 7.3 million dinars.
MoI Arrested Youth who Attacked Asian Worker in Jidhafs
The Interior Minister announced on its Twitter account that a male, 19 years old, was arrested after a video circulated on social media of him physically assaulting a shopkeeper in Jidhafs and intentionally damaging the shop.
US Team Trains Bahrain Interior Ministry Personnel on Dealing with Terrorist Crime Scene
A US team has trained a number of members of the General Department of Criminal Investigation and Evidence in Bahrain on how to investigate a terrorist crime scene. It is expected that members of the FBI's Academy were the ones who gave the training.
Interior Ministry: 4 Wanted Persons in Politically-Motivated Cass Arrested while Escape Attempt by Sea
The Bahraini Ministry of the Interior announced the arrests of four wanted persons in politically-motivated cases, while they attempted to escape by sea near the coast of Al-Dair and Samaheej.
Interior Ministry Says to Monitor Any News or Messages Calling for Boycott of Upcoming Elections, Refer those “Involved” to Prosecution
Bahraini Ministry of the Interior announced that it will be monitoring any news or messages calling for non-participation in the forthcoming parliamentary elections, and referring those involved to the Public Prosecution.