Reuters: Bahrain's Al-Wefaq Opposition Appeals Dissolution Ruling
Bahrain's main opposition al-Wefaq has appealed against an administrative court ruling last month that dissolved the group and found it guilty of fostering terrorism, a leading Wefaq official said on Tuesday.
Interior Ministry Summons Two Al-Wefaq Officials over Statement Questioning Ministry
Bahrain's Ministry of Interior announced that it summoned the political assistant of the Al-Wefaq Secretary-General, Khalil Al-Marzooq and secretariat member Abduljalil Khalil over Al-Wefaq statements that "questioned the procedures adopted by the Interior Ministry" as well as "calling for the interference of foreign organizations."
On Int’l Day of Non-Violence: Al-Wefaq Stresses Adhering to Peacefulness & Calls on Authorities to Avoid Violence
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain’s main opposition group Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, marking International Day of Non-Violence, said (October 2, 2015) that it is committed to a peaceful approach and to the peaceful and popular movement that was launched in February 2011.
Washington on Dismantling Al-Wefaq: We Haven’t Seen Those Reports
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The State Department Spokesperson John Kirby stated that “Bahrain has taken steps to improve their human rights record,”