Authorities Bring Charge of Assembly against HR Activist Al-Ekri and Journalist Hayyat
The Public Prosecution charged the prominent human rights activist Abdulnabi Al-Ekri and journalist Faisal Hayyat with “assembly” and taking part in an unlicensed protest.
Authorities Summon HR Activist Al-Ekri, Journalist Hayyat for Interrogation Today
The Bahraini security authorities summoned the prominent human rights activist Abdulnabi Al-Ekri and journalist Faisal Hayyat for interrogation today (Sunday, September 10, 2017). The reasons behind the summons are still unknown.
Front Line Defenders Urges Bahrain to Cease its Campaign against HR Defenders
Front Line Defenders condemned this recent wave “of harassment against human rights defenders in Bahrain” considering it to “be solely motivated by their peaceful and legitimate activities in the defence of human rights”. It urged the authorities “to cease all forms of harassment against all human rights defenders in Bahrain” and “immediately and unconditionally remove the travel bans imposed against human rights defenders facing travel restrictions.”
Fourth Forum of Abdulrahman Al-Nuaimi: After Colonialism, Dictatorships were Founded not States of Citizenship
he fourth Abdulrahman Al-Nuaimi Forum was held in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, in the presence of Bahraini and Arab Figures.
Public Prosecution Raises Assembly Charge against Activists Banned from Traveling
Bahrain’s Public Prosecution interrogated on Thursday (November 10, 2016) a number of activists who are banned from traveling and raised assembly charge against some of them.
Public Prosecution Summons Number of Al-Wefaq Leaders and Activists
Activists on social media said that the authorities summoned a number of Al-Wefaq leaders and activists for interrogation in the public prosecution without knowing the nature of cases to be investigated.
Public Prosecution Summons HR Activist Abdulnabi Al-Ekri for Interrogation Tomorrow
The prominent human rights activist Abdulnabi Al-Ekri said that he received on Wednesday (November 9, 2016) a notice asking him to present for interrogation tomorrow morning.
HRW Launches Interactive Website that Presents Profiles of 140 Prominent Gulf Dissidents, Condemns Crack-down Campaign
Human Rights Watch condemned crack down on the dissidents in the Gulf States, particularly through surveilling their activism on the Internet and called on the government of these states to resort to making reforms instead of imprisoning the peaceful dissidents.
Transparency International Calls on Bahraini Government to Lift Travel Ban on Anti-Corruption Activists
Transparency International called on the government of Bahrain to lift its travel ban on anti-corruption and other civil society activists including the current and former chairs of the anti-corruption group's chapter Bahrain Transparency Society.
Bahraini Authorities Prevent HR Activist Abdulnabi Al-Ekri from Leaving Country
Bahraini authorities prevent member of Bahrain Observatory for Human Rights, HR activist Abdulnabi...