Bahraini Gov't to Companies: Trade in Occupied (Crimea) Ukrainian Lands Prohibited yet Allowed in Palestinian Lands
On July 13, 2021, a remote meeting was held between the godfather of the Bahraini Foreign Ministry Abdullah bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, with First Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine, Emine Dzhaparova. During the meeting, Al Khalifa stressed Manama's support for the unity of the Ukrainian territories.
Why did Abdulrahman Fakhro Dare to Insult Bahraini Worker?
Unlike the rest of the cautious merchants, Abdulrahman Fakhro cannot hide his tyranny, greed and selfishness.
Why Did Samir Nass Wash Hands of this Study?
Anyone reading the statement of BCCI president Samis Nass published in Akhbar Al-Khaleej newspaper will ask about the study he is talking about and why is he washing his hands of it?
Foreigners Acquired 95% of Jobs, Remittances Reached 1,299 Billon BD: Recent Study
A recent study confirmed that about 95% of the private sector jobs have been acquired by foreigners in recent years, noting that remittances abroad have increased significantly.
Transparency Demanded from Liquidity Fund, Quota for Small Traders
A decision was made to double the Liquidity Fund in order to cope with the Coronavirus repercussions on the private sector, while the process of approval of applications lacks transparency, and small traders demand a "Quota" for their projects that have been the most affected by the virus.
Why Bahrain Should Immediately Fight Coronavirus Economically
In parallel with efforts to combat the Coronavirus in Bahrain, the government is not making concrete efforts to combat the effects of the terrifying virus on the economy.
Sameer Nass Commences his Post as Chairman of FGCCC
Chairman of the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) Samir Nass commenced on Monday (February 10, 2020) his post as chairman of the Federation of Chambers of the Gulf Cooperation Council (FGCCC) in its 21st term.
Liquidity Support Fund: Who’s It Benefiting So Far?
A Liquidity Support Fund was launched to provide financial facilitations to companies, amid questions about the beneficiary companies and demands for real market reforms and protection of Bahraini investors instead of flooding them with debts.
2019 Roundup: Year of Bullying by Naturalized Citizens
Incidents of bullying caused by naturalized citizens and foreigners targeting Bahraini nationals made headlines in 2019. Amid national consensus on the Bahrainization of jobs as well as putting an end to the preferential treatment given to foreigners over Bahrainis in employment in both the public and private sectors, naturalized businessman Yousef Mashal of Palestinian origin had something else to say.
Verdict Compensating Former BCCI CEO 15,000 BD
The High Civilian Court forced the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) to pay its former CEO 15,349 BD compensation for his arbitrary dismissal and rejected all the other compensation requests.
Al-Wefaq: Acquittal of Adviser to BCCI Head of Insulting Shia Charge Provocative and Results in Tension
The National Islamic Al-Wefaq Society described the acquittal of Yasser Al-Attar, the Egyptian adviser to the head of the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), in the case of insulting the Shiite community, as a provocative ruling that is aimed at stirring up sectarianism in Bahrain.
Although Incident was Recorded, Egyptian Adviser Who Insulted Shiites at Chamber of Commerce Meeting Found Innocent
Bahrain's first criminal court ruled on Sunday (July 7, 2019) that Yasser Al-Attar, the Egyptian adviser to Bahrain Chamber of Commerce chairman Samir Nass, was acquitted of the charge of insulting and inciting hatred against the Shiite sect.
Bahraini Judiciary Allows Insulting Language against Shia
The ruling issued yesterday by a Bahraini court against the legal adviser of Bahraini businessman Samir Nass is not a mere judicial verdict, but rather a legislation that may have an impact on the Shiite community, without exaggeration, for decades.
Case of 3 Bahraini Businessmen Accused of Assaulting Egyptian Advisor Adjourned until July 7
The attorneys of the accused businessmen, including Nader Allawi, did not enter their closing plea on Monday (June 24, 2019) in the case in which their clients were accused of physically assaulting Egyptian national Yasser Al-Attar, legal advisor to the President of the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry, despite the fact that the court granted them time to enter their pleas during yesterday's session. The court decided to adjourn the case for ruling until the July 7th court session.
Editorial: Samir Nass, Not for the People
The testimony of the head of Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry Samir Nass at the Public Prosecution on June 17, 2019 was not for the people (the Shia) who were degraded, insulted and publicly humiliated by sectarian slurs made by his personal legal adviser
Trial of Egyptian Advisor Adjourned until June 25 to Display Incident Video
The First Lower Criminal Court adjourned the case of Egyptian advisor Yasser Al-Attar who is accused of inciting hatred against the Shiite sect.
Bahraini Businessman Referred to Trial over Charge of Beating Egyptian Lawyer during BCCI General Assembly Meeting
The Public Prosecution referred member of Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) Nader Saleh Alawi to trial over charge of insulting and attacking the bodily integrity of Egyptian lawyer Yasser Al-Attar during the BCCI general assembly meeting. The First Lower Criminal Court is to consider his case on June 17.
Case of Egyptian Advisor Accused of Insulting Shiites Adjourned until June 19 for Pleading
The First Lower Criminal Court adjourned the case of Egyptian lawyer Yasser Al-Attar who is accused of insulting the Shiite sect which represents the majority in Bahrain.
Trial of Egyptian Advisor Accused of Insulting Shiites in BCCI Meeting Commences
The lower criminal court begins today (June 11, 2019) the trial of Yasser Al-Attar, Egyptian advisor of Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sameer Nas), over charge of insulting Shiites during the chamber's meeting.
Interior Ministry Deems it a Mere Brawl: Trial of Advisor who Insulted Shiites
After the Ministry of Interior statement in which it said that it referred the Egyptian advisor Yasser Al-Attar to the Public Prosecution over a quarrel, it seems that expectations to hold him accountable were very low.