Abbas Al Morshid: Body Mutilation and Slow Killings in Bahrain's Prisons
While the king and his sons spend their leisure trips at the expense of the state budget, the security strategy aims at mutilating the bodies of prisoners and slowly killing them, and then releasing them as a reminder of the suppression power practiced by the security apparatus.
Amnesty Annual Report: Bahrain Continues to Practice Torture, Suppress Freedoms and Violate Foreign Workers' Rights
Amnesty International's annual report, released on Tuesday (March 29), revealed in its special chapter on Bahrain that the Manama government has continued to commit serious human rights violations, including torture and other ill-treatment, and to suppress of freedom of expression and assembly.
Interior Minister Briefs US Ambassador on Alternative Penalties, Open Prisons Programs
Interior Minister Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa briefed the newly appointed US Ambassador Steven C. Bondy on implementations of alternative penalties and open prisons programs.
GIDHR: INTERPOL Has Become Dangerous… Activists Handed over to Regime Tortured
The GIDHR issued a study entitled "Pursuit Beyond the Borders...We will Get You Wherever You Are" . The study sheds light on one of the methods the Bahraini authority uses to target opponents abroad. It also documents the danger that threatens individuals even after seeking asylee status that secures them protection.
Third Campaign to Save Bahraini Academic Abduljalil Al-Singace's Life: More than 130 Days of Hunger Strike
Dr. Abduljalil Al-Singace, who has been on hunger strike for more than four months, continues his hunger strike to protest against the confiscation of his research, which he spent four years writing. Bahraini activists have launched a social media campaign in support of the case of Al-Singace, whose life has become in danger.
Al-Wefaq Calls on Int'l HR Groups to Examine Situation of Forgotten Political Prisoners in Military Prison
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society expressed concern over situation of forgotten political prisoners in Al-Qareen Military Prison, especially after reported information that political prisoner Fadel Al-Sayed Abbas Radi has started a hunger strike in protest against violating his right to receive adequate treatment.
Ali Abdulimam Describes His Torture at Hand of Badr Al-Gaith: I Saw the Devil Look at Me
Executioner Badr Al-Gaith died on November 1, 2021. He was one of the most notorious executioners, whose name was linked to torture, killings and persecution of protestors during the 2011 Bahraini pro-democracy uprising. He represented the ugly face of the ruling regime.
Badr Al-Gaith Leaves (Safe) World of Executioners with an Overdose
Until the evening of November 1, 2021, notorious executioner Badr Ibrahim Al-Gaith, 41, was convinced that he was one of those in the safety net that fear nothing in Bahrain, but he forgot that fate and the timing of one leaving this world is not in the hands of the ruling family.
UK MPs Call on their Gov't to Push Bahrain to Release Al-Singace
British lawmakers, trade unions, NGOs, academics, and lawyers called on the government to push Bahrain to release a key opposition figure who has been on hunger strike for months over his "ill-treatment" in prison.
Manama Gov't Accuses Qatar of Attempting to Recruit Bahraini Military and Security Personnel
The Bahraini Interior Ministry accused the Qatari authorities of attempting to recruit Bahraini military and security personnel, according to a statement it published on Sunday in its response to the "Zero Distance" program, aired by Al-Jazeera, which revealed violations against dozens of children held in Dry Dock Prison.
Al-Jazeera Channel Reveals Horrible Stories about Children's Rights Violations in Dry Dock Prison in Bahrain
The "Zero Distance" episode, aired by Al-Jazeera Channel, on Sunday (September 26, 2021) revealed documents and data on multiple aspects of serious violations against Bahraini children, who are being held in Dry Dock Prison over various charges, such as inciting the overthrow of the regime and terrorism.
Amnesty Int'l: Recent Releases under Alternative Penal Code in Bahrain don't Inspire Confidence
Amnesty International said that the recent releases do not inspire confidence that Bahrain's "alternative sentencing" program is being applied in compliance with human rights law.
Al-Wefaq Calls for Releasing "Forgotten Prisoners" in Al-Qurain Military Prison
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society said in a statement on the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances that the Bahraini authorities used enforced disappearance as a means of intimidation and political revenge.
British University and College Union Calls on Secretary of State Dominic Raab to Intervene to Immediately Release Al-Singace
University and College Union (UCU) condemned the imprisonment of Bahraini academic and human rights defender Dr. Abduljalil Al-Singace. The union said in a tweet that the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs Dominic Raab should intervene to secure Al-Singace's immediate release.
Prisoner Muhammad Hassan Al-Raml Vomiting Blood, Prison Doctor Tells Him: I Don’t Care about You or Your Suffering
Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain posted an audio recording of a 61-year-old Bahraini prisoner, Muhammad Hassan Al-Raml, in which he spoke of serious health neglect he is being exposed to while suffering from a serious health condition where he has reached the point of vomiting blood.
Imad Al-Araibi Dies after Eight Years in Prison
Al-Araibi's family, who lives in the village of Al-Musalla, was saddened by the loss of their son Imad a few months after his release from prison following 8 years of arbitrary arrest.
Prisoner Dies in Sickle Cell Complications
The Bahraini Interior Ministry announced the death of a 35-year-old prisoner after suffering from sickle cell complications.
Amnesty Int'l Urges Bahraini Authorities to Immediately Release Mushaima and Al-Singace
Amnesty International demanded on Friday (July 23, 2021) the immediate release of the two detained activists Hassan Mushaima and Abduljalil Al-Singace.
Haq Movement Leader Confirms in New Phone Call that his Treatment Continues to be Neglected
The leader of the Haq Movement, Hassan Mushaima, said in a phone call that he is not feeling better, commenting on his health condition.
Al-Wefaq Documents 22 Arrests, 466 Raids and 240 Violations in Jaw Prison in April
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society issued a monthly report documenting the human rights situation in Bahrain from April 1 to 30.