Mohieddin Khan’s Dangerous Confessions, Bahraini Security in Trap
The Secretary-General of the National Adala (Justice) movement, extremist Salafist Mohieddin Khan didn’t deny the content of “Al-Jazeera” tape and didn’t even show interest to justify anything, whether in terms of what mentioned in “What is Hidden is Worse” or in terms of what his companions in the terrorist cells said inside the chambers of the National Security Agency. He only acquitted himself of being the one who sold the tape. He says in a video he recorded in response on what he described as “Fabrications of Bahrain Television report”: “It is very big and not good to accuse me of this case.”
Bahraini MP Jamal Bou Hasan: New Guest of “Players with Fire”
Whenever Bahraini government loyalists talk in defense of the ruling family, they add new evidence of further involvement. Former MP Jamal Bou Hasan who appeared on the Saudi 24 Channel to “reveal the fallacies, contradictions and falsifications in the ‘What is Hidden is Worse’ show, is not the last one to prove the ruling family’s involvement.
Trump Meets with Airline CEOs over Qatar Subsidy Accusations
U.S. President Donald Trump met on Thursday with the chief executives of major American airlines to discuss their accusations that subsidies by Qatar and United Arab Emirates are costing jobs in the United States.
Information Ministry’s Terrible Failure: Wanted to Refute Film, but Ended up Proving It
The Bahraini Ministry of Information Affairs wanted to make things better, but it ended up making them way worse, after it failed to refute the information mentioned in “What is Hidden is Worse” program aired on Al Jazeera channel and come up with a coherent narrative.
Bahrainis Not at All United against “Al Jazeera” Film
Bahraini government loyalists are bragging about how the people are allegedly united in confronting “What is Hidden is Worse” program aired by Al Jazeera channel.
Jordan Names New Envoy to Qatar, Two Years after Downgrading Ties
Jordan appointed a new ambassador to Qatar on Tuesday, a step toward restoring normal relations two years after Amman withdrew its ambassador in solidarity with Gulf Arab allies who severed ties with Doha.
The Frightened King Plays with “Al-Qaeda” Fire
Ruling family representatives in Bahrain and people close to the family always say that the Bahraini opposition wants to copy the Iraqi example, in reference to the Shiite progress on one hand and security chaos on the other hand, after the ousting of Saddam Hussein’s regime.
Bahrain: Defected Officer Says Protestors were Unarmed, Gov't Fabricates Security Cases
A senior officer in Bahrain Defense Force confirmed that the protestors in the Lualua Roundabout weren't armed as the Bahraini government tried to promote.
Al-Qaeda Member Says Bahrain Government Asked him to Assassinate Dissidents
A member of Al-Qaeda in Bahrain said that the security apparatus contacted them in 2013 to recruit them, in order to execute a scheme to assassinate dissidents, mainly Mr. Abdulwahab Hussein.
Bahrain Threatens Qatar after Al-Jazeera Aired "What is Hidden is Worse"
An official source at the Information Affairs Ministry condemned a documentary aired by Qatar which reveals King of Bahrain's relation with Al-Qaeda organization and employing against the opposition.
Keffiyeh Wrap of Naturalized Bahraini of Yemeni Origin Stirs up Social Media
The Keffiyeh wrap of a naturalized Bahraini journalist, who’s a Yemeni national, while taking part in a TV interview turned into a topic of ridicule on social media after it looked gigantic and occupied half of the TV screen.
Bahrain Attacks Qatar Ahead of "What is Hidden is Worse" Program
Ahead of a program to be aired on Al-Jazeera Channel, Bahrain attacked Qatar. The Shura Council and Representatives Council rejected what they called "continued attempts of the Qatari regime to meddle in the internal affairs of the Kingdom of Bahrain."
World Court Rejects UAE's Request of Measures against Qatar
The International Court of Justice on Friday denied a request by the United Arab Emirates for special measures against Qatar to relieve a bitter two-year-old crisis.
Bahrain, Qatar Ratings Most Vulnerable to Strait of Hormuz Strains: S&P Global
Bahrain and Qatar's credit ratings are the most vulnerable in the event an escalation of U.S.-Iran tensions causes blockages in the Strait of Hormuz, one of the world's main oil shipping arteries, S&P Global said on Thursday.
Qatar Expresses Reservations over Gulf and Arab Summits Outcomes
Qatar's foreign minister said Sunday that Doha rejected the outcome of the recent Mecca talks on mounting regional tensions with Iran as it had not been properly consulted.
Court Upholds Jail Terms against Al-Dossari and Al-Araibi in Case of Receiving Money from Qatar
The High Appeals Criminal Court upheld the jail terms issued against Waheed Al-Dossari and Hasan Al-Araibi in case of receiving money from a former Qatari MP Abdullah bin Khalid Al Thani to run for elections.
Qatar Comments on "Bahrain's Workshop": "It Requires Sincerity of Intent, Just Political Solutions"
Qatar commented on the workshop to be held in Bahrain next month.
Qatar Identifies 5 Categories Entitled to Political Asylum in Unprecedented Decision in Gulf
The Qatari Cabinet issued a decision identifying the categories that have the right to apply for political asylum, and revealed the advantages enjoyed by the political asylum seeker.
Qatar's Former PM Enters Competition inside Al Khalifa Family, Praises Khalifa bin Salman
It seems that Qatar's Former Prime Minster Hamad bin Jassim joined the competition inside the ruling family in Bahrain through praising the Bahraini Prime Minister Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.
Bahraini FM Accuses Qatar of Using Forged Documents in Cases Raised in Int'l Courts
Bahrain's Minister of Foreign Affairs Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa accused Qatar of raising cases in the international courts using forged documents.