Nagham Al-Faytrouni: What It Means to Have Al Khalifa Represented by Only 4 MPs Only in New Gov't
Everyone agrees that ruling in Bahrain has a long experience in manipulating political issues, with the aim of putting obstacles in the opposition's path, when it comes to any detail that attracts criticism and illustrates sources of corruption.
Crown Prince Issues Guide Regulating Public-Private Partnerships
Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister, issued Edict (30) of 2022, promulgating the issuance of a guide regulating public-private partnerships and assigned the Minister of Finance and National Economy to implement the provisions of the guide.
For these reasons, Appointment of 9 Shiite Ministers doesn't Mean Much
The recent cabinet reshuffle on Monday (June 13, 2022) carried a lot of connotations and opened the door for analyses and speculation, in an initial attempt to figure out the real reason behind such a step and what it could entail in the future.
Crown Prince's Yacht Costs Enough to Cover Retirees' Salary Increase for 6 Years
When it comes to adding taxes in Bahrain, it is only applied to the hungry and unfortunate, who are in dire need of a single dinar and struggling to live day by day, while members of the royal family spare no expense.
Husain Abdullah: When it Comes to Human Rights in Bahrain, Biden's Administration Hypocrisy Appears
Executive Director at Americans for Democracy and Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) criticized the Biden's Administration performance on Bahrain's human rights file, saying its performance shows "hypocrisy".
Bahrain Grants US Right of Sovereignty over Its Subscribers’ Information in Cloud Computing Centers
Bahrain signed six agreements on industry, logistics, information technology and space sciences with the United States during the visit of Bahrain's Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa to Washington, the crown prince said on Twitter on Friday.
Bahrain's Crown Prince to Visit Israel in "Near Future": Bahrain Foreign Minister
Bahrain's Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa has accepted an invitation to visit Israel, the Gulf state's foreign minister said on Tuesday, adding the visit should happen in "the near future".
Crown Prince Directs to Form Committee to Investigate Circumstances of Inmate's Death
Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister, directed (on February 10, 2022) the Minister of Interior Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, to form a committee tasked with investigating the circumstances of an inmate's death who had been arrested on various criminal charges.
King of Bahrain, Crown Prince Receive Israeli Defence Minister
King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa received, at the Al-Sakhir Palace on Thursday (February 3, 2021), the Defence Minister of Israel, Benny Gantz, who is currently on a visit to the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Gov't of Bahrain Announces Launching Open Prisons Program, Says it will Expand "Alternative Penal Code"
The government of Bahrain has announced a series of measures aimed at expanding alternative penalties in parallel with the start of the open prisons program, with the aim of containing human rights criticism, which has long been a problem for the kingdom and has embarrassed it in front of the international community.
Three Foreigners in Higher Urban Planning Committee
Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister, issued an edict appointing Higher Urban Planning Committee which was announced in the economic recovery plan.
King Hamad Discussed with Lapid Various Security Issues, Including Iranian Drones
Sources told Haaretz that Israel and Bahrain are looking into cooperation in responding to Iranian drone attacks, according to a report published by the newspaper on October 1, 2021.
Lapid in Manama to Open Israeli Embassy, Describes His Meeting with King as "Historic"
Amid anti-normalization protests, Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid met with King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa and other prominent officials, as part of an official visit to inaugurate the Israeli Embassy in the Bahraini capital, Manama.
Is it the end of Coronavirus in Bahrain?
The pandemic indicators recorded a real decline this time in Bahrain over the past two weeks, in which the mortality rate fell to 4 per day during the past week, and 10 per day during the week prior to that, after it was recording a rise in the first half of this month by 20 deaths during the first week.
Has the Bahraini Crown Prince been Infected with Coronavirus?
After almost one month of absence, the Bahraini Crown Prince presided over the Cabinet session on Monday (June 14, 2021).
The Guardian: Boris Johnson Criticized over Putting Trade before Torture
The Guardian newspaper published a report written by diplomatic editor Patrick Wintour in which he said that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was criticized over his meeting with the Bahraini crown prince.
Bahrain Communicating with Israel's New Government
Bahrain's minister of foreign affairs, Abdullatif Al-Zayani, said on Wednesday the kingdom is communicating with Israel's new government to learn about its policy on the efforts aiming to bring peace to the region by settling the Palestinian issue in line with the two-state solution, Reuters reported.
Bahrain's Crown Prince Congratulates New Israeli PM Bennett
Bahrain's crown prince sent a congratulatory telegraph to new Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, in which he expressed his sincere wishes to the formed government for success in its tasks.
EDITORIAL: Bahrain and Coronavirus: Will PM Begin his Reign with Corpses of Dissidents Piling up in Jaw Prison?
Sheikh Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Bahraini Prime Minister, may not be willing to stain his reign; however, the first stain has already made its mark. The European Parliament's unanimous condemnation of human rights violations in Bahrain on March 11 was the first move tainting his era.
Ali Alaswad: European Parliament Calls on Bahraini Authorities to Carry out Urgent Reforms
Ten years following the eruption of the peaceful uprising in Bahrain, the European Parliament offers a chance to resolve the crisis and the opposition is adopting it, but will the authorities in Manama take this opportunity? Perhaps there are other questions, but the major question remains: Will the international community be able to make real sustainable change? This is the most significant issue worthy of attention at the moment by both the authorities and the opposition.