HRF: Washington should Call on Manama to Drop Charges against Sheikh Al-Salman and Dr. Al-Dirazi
Human Rights First said in a statement on the Internet that “the U.S. government should speak out on behalf of both these men (Sheikh Maytham Al-Salman and Dr. Taha Al-Dirazi) and call for the charges against them to be dropped.”
SIU Claims that Martyr Al-Hayiki Died due to Natural Causes
: Special Investigation Unit claimed that it has completed its investigations in the case of a detainee who died at the Dry Dock
Rights Groups Call for Immediate Independent Investigation into Al-Hayiki’s Death & Alleged Torture
Human rights organizations called on Bahrain to immediately launch independent and impartial investigation into death of detainee Hassan Al-Hayiki.
Situations in Dry Dock Prison Deteriorate Since Martyrdom of Al-Hayiki, Detainees Go on Hunger Strike
Information revealed on Tuesday (August 2, 2016) that detainees in pre-detention center in Dry Dock Prison have launched a hunger strike since Hassan Al-Hayiki was martyred.
Special Investigation Unit Orders Martyr al-Hayiki's Autopsy
Special Investigation Unit said unit began yesterday investigative procedures into death of a Dry Dock detainee.
Martyr Hassan Al-Hayiki Recounts to his Family how he was Tortured at hands of MoI Officers
Family of martyr Hassan Al-Hayiki stated that the martyr told them before his death about the severe torture he was subjected to in the notorious Criminal Investigation Department for 20 days.
Al-Hayiki Subjected to Electric Shocks During Interrogations, Was Carried after Torture Sessions
Lebanese Al-Manar TV quoted a Bahraini detainee saying that the young Bahraini Hassan Al-Hayiki, 35, died due to brutal torture. The TV channel said: "Al-Hayiki was arrested on 4 July, for charges of what's known as "The blowing up of al-Aker", which no one heard of but the state employees.
Dry Dock Detainee says Al-Hayiki had a Heart Attack, Was Neglected Till he Passed Away
The brother of a detainee held at Dry Dock Prison, reported his brother saying that Martyr Hassan Al-Hayiki suffered a heart attack due to the brutal torture he was subjected to by state security and criminal investigations officers.
Hassan Al-Hayiki: First Martyr in Era of New Director-General of Prisons Yousif Al-Arabi
News reported that the detained youth Hassan Jassim Al-Hayiki (35 years) died in prison on Sunday (July 31, 2016). The Ministry of Interior said that he died of natural causes in Al-Salmaniya Medical Complex. Meanwhile, activists affirmed that Al-Hayiki died under torture in Dry Dock Prison.
Bahrain: ISIS Inmates Receive First-Class Treatment...Other Inmates Break their Fast on Kushari
Prisoners in Dry Dock Prison told their families that they wish they receive the same treatment as detainees ...
Bahrain Records Highest Prison Population Rate in Middle East
Bahrain occupied the first rank in the Middle East in terms of prison population rate.
Detainees at Dry Dock Prison Subject to Abuse
BCHR member said families of Dry Dock Prison detainees confirmed the detainees have been exposed to abuse.
Interior Ministry: 6 out of 17 Detainees who Escaped Dry Dock Prison Still Free
Bahrain’s Interior Ministry said 6 out of 17 detainees who escaped Dry Dock pre-trial detention are still free...
MoI: 6 out of 17 Detainees who Escaped Dry Dock Prison still Free
Bahrain's Ministry of Interior said that 6 out of the 17 detainees who escaped the pre-trial ...
Reuters: Bahrain arrests eight men trying to escape to Iran by boat
Bahrain's coast guard has arrested eight people who were trying to escape to Iran by ...
Bahrain Interior Ministry Says Detainees in Dry Dock Prison Escaped
Bahraini Interior Ministry said number of detainees held at preventive detention centre managed...
Children Detained at Dry Dock Prison: We’re Being Tortured…We Call for Urgent Action
Bahraini children held at Dry Dock Prison said in a statement issued from prison that they are being subjected to torture by the security authorities in charge, calling for urgent action to put an end to these abuses.
Dry Dock Prisoners: Prison’s Administration Is Responsible for “Dangerous Consequences” for Not Meeting Demands
Detainees at Dry Dock Prison said that the prison’s administration is avoiding to meet their demands that they had asked for, following a one-month hunger strike.
Dry Dock Prison Detainees: Prison Administration Broke Promises..It'll be Responsible for Any Escalation
The detainees held at Dry Dock Prison said that the prison administration evaded the promises it made to have the prisoners end their hunger strike which has lasted for 26 days.
BCHR: Dry Dock Prison Responds to Hunger Strikers' Demands by Imposing More Arbitrary Measures
The Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) confirmed that the Dry Dock Prison authorities responded to the demands raised by the prisoners on hunger strike by imposing further arbitrary measures.