BICI Physician Asks King not to Sentence Mohammad Ramadan and Hussein Mousa to Death, Allow him Examine them
Forensic physician Allen Keller appealed the king not to sentence Hussein Mousa and Mohammad Ramadan to death.
On Int'l Day of in Support of Victims of Torture Al-Aswad Says: Bahrain Still Tortures
Marking International Day in Support Victims of Torture, which falls on June 26, former Al-Wefaq MP Ali Al-Aswad discussed how torture continues to be practiced in Bahrain more than 7 years after the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry report.
Democracy Key to Securing the Future of Bahrain's Young
In April, the King of Bahrain announced a new Royal Directive aimed at embracing Bahraini youth who he describes as "the nations source of strength". Whilst details of what this directive will actually concretely mean are yet to be announced - or indeed whether this is anything more than empty rhetoric - one thing should be certain; the youth of Bahrain are concerned with political reform and until this happens the future of the country will not reflect their aspirations.
On World Human Rights Day Al-Wefaq Says: Violations in Bahrain Expanded following Bassiouni Report
Al-Wefaq issued a statement on the World Human Rights Day, December 10, in which it stressed that BICI monitored 55 kinds of violations in 2011 only, but the Bahraini regime expanded the types and forms of violations following the issuance of the Bassiouni report.
USCIRF Visits Bahrain and Meets with National Institution for Human Rights
NIHR Vice President received Deputy Director of Policy and Research at USCIRF Dwight Bashir and his accompanying delegation.
Bahraini Telecom's Ad Depicts Torture Chambers
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): A video ad by VIVA shown in movie theatres in Bahrain depicted an aspect of the torture practiced by regime forces who according to reports continue to practice acts of torture in Bahraini prisons to date.