Al-Wefaq Calls to Save Lives of Dozens of Sick Prisoners of Conscience in Bahrain
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, largest opposition country, called for the necessity to work to save lives of dozens of prisoners of conscience who are suffering from pressuring diseases and are prevented from receiving the necessary treatment in Bahraini regime prisons.
Al-Wefaq: 133 Violations against Detainees, Prison Terms Exceeding 400 Years against 49 Citizens during December
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, the largest opposition society, said that it monitored, during December 2019, continuing serious human rights violations, increase in abuses of arbitrary sentences or violations against conditions of prisoners of conscience.
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.
Al-Salman Hails Initiatives to Release Large Number of Convicts, Calls for Clearing Prisons of Political Prisoners
The acting president of BCHR Nidal Al-Salman commented on the release of a number of convicts as part of the alternative penalty law by saying that “the initiatives issued by the King of Bahrain to release convicts in cases of opinion, whether by royal pardon or through the implementation of the alternative penalty law, are appreciated.”
Al-Wefaq Documents 88 Violations in Bahraini Prisons within One Week
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society said that it documented a number of violations, abuses and human rights crimes in Bahrain within the first week of December.
French Parliamentarians Speak of Official Crackdown Campaign against Political Prisoners in Bahrain
A number of French MPs talked about the increasing human rights violations in Bahrain, particularly violations against political prisoners.
HRW: Bahraini Authorities Deny Prisoners Adequate Medical Care
Bahrain's authorities are failing to provide adequate medical care to high-profile prisoners, Human Rights Watch and the Bahrain Institution for Rights and Democracy (BIRD) said.
Mohammad Sultan: Empty Stomachs and a King Leading Us to the Abyss
Hundreds of prisoners of conscience in Bahrain have launched a hunger strike since August 18, 2019, protesting against the inhumane treatment which violates the most basic international standards for the treatment of prisoners.
Hamburger Joy...Activist Ali Mhanna Lists Facts about Jaw Prison
A stale and cold hamburger sandwich makes prisoners who are served nothing but bad food happy. Thursday night is the prisoners' favorite night, as this cold meal is the reason for their joy.
Prisoners' Hunger Strike Enters 6th Day, Prison Administration Insists on Not Answering Their Demands
The hunger strike battle entered its sixth day, while the Jaw prison administration turns a blind eye to the prisoners' demands, exerts more pressure and threatens them that worse is to come.
Court Issues 3-Year Prison Term against Defendant Accused of Hitting Policeman in Dry Dock Prison
The First High Criminal Court sentenced a Bahraini to 3 years in prison over attacking a policeman in the medical clinic in Dry Dock Prison and threating to commit suicide in case they don't prescribe me tranquilizer pills.
Court Upholds One-Year Prison Term against Defendant Accused of Insulting Policemen in Dry Dock Prison
The High Criminal Appeals court upheld a one-year prison verdict issued against defendant accused of insulting two policemen in the Dry Dock Prison and attacking one of them.
This is What Executed Ali Al-Arab was Exposed to: Amnesty Int’l
Bahrain executed on Saturday (July 27, 2019) Ali Al-Arab after accusing him of joining a terrorist group and murdering a policeman, but the question remains: Does Bahrain have even one piece of evidence to convict him?
Court Uphold 5-Year Jail Term against Defendant Accused of Escaping Dry Dock Prison
The First High Criminal Appeals Court upheld 5-year jail term against a defendant accused of escaping Dry Dock Prison in 2016.
Strike in Dry Dock Prison over Removing Women's Hijab while being Searched by Female Police
Human rights activists in Bahrain said that a number of political detainees in Dry Dock Prison stopped attending family visits.
Detainee Naji Fateel Suffers Sudden Health Setback, Ali Haji Experiences Worrying symptoms
Sources from activists reported that human rights defender suffered a health setback on Tuesday night.
A Letter from a Prisoner to His Immigrant Brother…
No one can understand the pain in this letter unless they have witnessed the harsh experience in Bahraini prisons and the long-years they spend that are eaten out of their lives.
Prisoners Fateel and Haji Leave Solitary Confinement, Call for Saving Ahmed Saeed
Sayed Ahmed Alwadaei said on Twitter that Bahraini prisoners Naji Fateel and Ali Haji were released from solitary confinement, after they were punished following a video recording widely circulated, showing their sufferings in prison and denial of treatment.
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.
30 Children Poisoned, Prison Administration Refuses to Transfer them to Hospital: SALAM Org.
SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights revealed that 30 children in juvenile prison in the notorious Dry Dock Prison were poisoned on October 15.