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 embassy’s surrounding, where he has been protesting since days.
Mushaima in Phone Call to His Son: Prison’s Treatment Got Worse Last Week
Ali Mushaima said that his father told him in a phone call on Tuesday that the prison’s treatment got worse, explaining that this took place shortly after visiting the doctor in the prison’s clinic.
Bahraini Embassy in London Confesses: Mushaima Didn’t Attend his Medical Appointments Because He Refused to Wear Prison Uniform
The Bahraini embassy in London told the Middle East Eye that the prominent dissident Hasan Mushaima has refused to attend his specialist's appointments at outside hospitals, including his scheduled PET scans scheduled last year because he refuses to wear the prison uniform.
MoI Says Mushaima Receives Treatment in accordance with Legal Procedures
The prison’s 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 Bahrain’s London embassy.
Hasan Mushiam, Abdulwahab Hussein Suffer High Blood Sugar, Their Life is in Danger (Activists)
Bahraini activist Ali Mushaima said that Bahraini Embassy in London lied about the health situation of his father, prominent dissident Hasan Mushaima, and about saying that he receives the very best medical care in jail.
UK Regulator Fines Al Arabiya News £120,000 for Bahraini Torture Victim Hassan Mushaima Interview
Arabic language channel Al Arabiya News has been fined £120,000 for breaching broadcasting standards on fairness and privacy after broadcasting an interview with Bahraini survivor of torture, Hassan Mushaima. UK Regulator Fines Al Arabiya Ne
Bahrain: Amnesty Calls to Provide Haq Movement Leader with Adequate Healthcare
Amnesty International launched an urgent appeal to interfere to release leader of Haq Movement Hassan Mushaima (70 years) and provide him access to adequate healthcare, after news about his health deterioration.
Al-Arabiya Faces UK Ban for Interview with Tortured Bahraini Hassan Mushaima, Middle East Eye
Saudi-owned television channel Al-Arabiya could face closure in the UK after it committed a "serious" breach of British broadcast rules in broadcasting an interview with an imprisoned Bahraini torture survivor Hassan Mushaima.
PHOTOS: Activists Display Opposition Figures Photos on Bahraini Embassy Walls in German Capital
A group of activists organized (Thursday, December 15, 2016) a picture projection display of detained Bahraini opposition figures, on walls of Bahraini Embassy in the German capital Berlin.
Mr. Hasan Mushaima' Dares Authorities to Air Details of his Interrogation
The opposition figure Hasan Mushaima' dared the Bahraini authorities to air the details of the footage and interrogation which exposes them and shows how fair the opposition's cause is.
Solidarity Vigil Held outside Mr. Hasan Mushaima’s House: You’re Bahrain’s Crown
Bahrainis voiced their solidarity with the leader of Haq Movement Hasan Mushaima, under the slogan “You are the crown of our country”, stressing that what the Saudi-funded Al-Arabiya channel aired recently is but a failed attempt to insult opposition figures.
Bahrain Uses Interpol to Pursue Political Dissenters
Bahrain Mirror: The Chief of Bahrain's Public Security Tariq Al-Hassan said that the Interior Ministry circulated red notices including names of citizens it described as "fugitives involved in terrorist and criminal cases". They are; however, a group of activists and regime opponents.
British MP on Hasan Mushaima’s Health Condition: We Encourage Detainees to Report to Ombudsman
British Minister for the Middle East and North Africa, Tobias Ellwood, called on all those with concerns about mistreatment in Bahraini prisons to directly report to the Ombudsman office in the Bahraini capital Manama.