Interior Ministry Takes Legal Steps against Sharifa Siwar after Announcing that King's Son is Bahrain's Largest Drug Dealer
The Anti-Cyber Crime Directorate of the General Directorate of Anti-Corruption and Economic and Electronic Security announced taking measures and bringing cases against phycologist Sharifa Siwar, who announced arriving in London to seek asylum there.
Ali Mushaima Starts Peaceful Protest in front of Bahraini Embassy in London in Solidarity with Abduljalil Al-Singace
Bahraini activist Ali Mushaima started a peaceful protest in front of the Bahraini Embassy in London.
Princess Haya: I Feared Dubai Ruler would Abduct my Kids
Jordanian Princess Haya bint al-Hussein told London's High Court that she feared her former husband, the ruler of Dubai, would abduct her two children, take them back to the Gulf Arab state and prevent her from ever seeing them again.
Al-Aswad: Bahrainis Sufferings wonít Come to End without Transition to Genuine Constitutional Monarchy
Former MP Ali Al-Aswad said that any form of future mediations in Bahrain will fail unless they tackle changing the political regime into a real constitutional monarchy.
Gulf Citizens Want Transition into Constitutional Monarchies (Madarek for Political & Strategic Consultations)
At the Gulf States and aspired future conference, the paper of the Madarek Center for Political and Strategic Consultations concluded that there is a popular gulf desire to change into constitutional monarchies like the European ones.
Elected Governments are Future Gulf Citizens are Waiting for: Salam President during London Conference
President of Salam for Democracy and Human Rights Jawad Fairooz said "security and stability in the region are not achieved through the construction of military bases, but through the stability of internal situation based on the democratic process."
Jawad Fairooz: London Conference is Unified Gulf Voice Demanding Radical Reform in Region
President of Salam for Democracy and Human Rights Jawad Fairooz said the aspired reforms conference in Gulf which will be held in London today will be a unified gulf voice directed to the international society, public opinion and peoples of the region, to demand radical political, human rights and media reform in the Gulf.
Conference on Needed Reforms in the Gulf to be Held Today in London
A number of organizations specialized in the Gulf are holding a conference entitled "The Gulf States: An Aspired Future" to explore current barriers to development and the reforms that should be considered in order to advance the political, human rights and media environment in the sub-region.
Bahraini Interior Minister: We Need Vigilance to Deal with Cybercrime, Ballistic Missiles and Drones
"With full confidence I say that the crime rate has returned to normal as it was in 2008 and 2009. We will need to be vigilant towards new threats emerging from technology, such as cybercrime and the use of drones to carry out strikes. We are alert and prepared to deal with known challenges such as ballistic missile threats," said Bahrain's Interior Minister Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa during an event held in London by the Bahraini-British Friendship Society.
Roderick Drummond Presents His Credentials as UK Ambassador to Bahrain
Roderick Drummond presented to the Bahraini Minister of Foreign Affairs Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa a copy of his credentials as UK Ambassador-designate to the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Bahraini Dissident Climbs onto Bahraini Embassy Rooftop in London in Protest against Imminent Execution of Al-Arab and Al-Malali
Bahraini dissident Mousa Abed Ali climbed onto the Bahraini embassy rooftop in London in protest against the imminent execution of Ahmad Al-Malali and Ali Al-Arab.
Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim Leaves London for Iraq
The follow-up team for the treatment of Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim said that he left London on Tuesday (December 25, 2018) to visit the holy shrines in Iraq.
Intíl Activists, Doctors Ask Ali Mushaima and Zainab Al-Khawaja to End their Hunger Strike
Brian Dooley said in a tweet on his own Twitter account that he, along with other activist, are asking Ali Mushaima and Zainab Al-Khawaja to end their hunger strike.
Ali Mushaima Transferred to Hospital after 30 Days of Hunger Strike
Ali Mushaima, son of prominent dissident Hasan Mushaima, was transferred on Wednesday (August 30, 2018) to the hospital after his health deteriorated due to hunger strike.
Ali Mushaima Speaks to Bahrain Mirror about Fatherís Denial of Medical Care: Slow Death without Murdererís Fingerprints
What distinguishes Hasan Mushaima, the leader of Haq Movement for Liberty and Democracy, who is sentenced to life imprisonment, is that he never loses hope, even at this time when his country is passing through one of the toughest periods ever witnessed.
Ali Mushaima Has Lost 7 Kilograms since He Started His Hunger strike
Ali Mushaima, who is on hunger strike in order to demand treatment and medication right to his father Hasan Mushaima, Haq Movement Secretary General, said that the complications of his strike started to appear on him. Mushaima told Bahrain Mirror that he has lost 7 kilos since he started his hunger strike.
Bahraini Embassy in London Pours Water to Force Ali Mushaima Leave Place
The Bahraini Embassy in London poured, on Sunday (August 11, 2018), water in the passes surrounding the embassy to force Ali Mushaima leave the embassyís surrounding, where he has been protesting since days.
MoI Says Mushaima Receives Treatment in accordance with Legal Procedures
The prisonís director in Bahrain said on Tuesday (August 7, 2018) that Hassan Mushaima is receiving full healthcare in accordance with legal procedures, as his son, Ali, continues his hunger strike in front of the Bahraini embassy in Britain.
Reuters: Jailed Bahraini Opposition Leader Denied Medical Treatment
Bahraini opposition leader Hassan Mushaima is being denied vital medical care in jail in the Gulf state, says his son Ali Mushaima, on hunger strike outside Bahrainís London embassy.
Sheikh Isa Qassim Discharged from ICU 48 Hours after His Surgery
Spiritual leader of Shia majority in Bahrain, Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim left the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) 48 hours following the surgery he underwent in one of Londonís hospitals.