All destinations are open for travel including the Israeli occupying entity and all people are allowed freedom of movement, and Article 19/B of the Constitution seems to apply to everyone, except Shiites.
Al-Wefaq: Banning Thousands of Citizens from Visiting Holy Places is Sectarian, Odious Trend
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society issued a statement commenting on the targeting of thousands of citizens through preventing them from traveling to holy places and shrines in a number of states.
Asian with travel Ban Arrested for Offering Bribe for Employee to Allow Him Leave Country
Director-General of Anti-corruption and Economic and Electronic Security announced the arrest of an Asian, 58, with travel ban for offering a bribe for a public employee to allow him to leave the kingdom.
UN Expert Expresses Concern over Ongoing Travel Ban on HR Activist in Bahrain
United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders Michel Forst expressed serious concern about allegations of ongoing travel ban imposed on human rights activists, particularly that these allegations refer to reprisals against their cooperation with the United Nations.
Hamoud Sultan Confirms He’s Banned from Traveling to Attend Gulf Cup
Former football player and Qatari Cup sports analyst Hamoud Sultan confirmed on his Instagram account yesterday, what he described as a travel ban imposed on him.
Chairman of Bahrain Transparency Society Prevented from Traveling to Participate in Transparency Int’l Conference
The Bahraini security authorities prevented on Wednesday (October 18, 2017) Sayed Sharaf Al-Mosawi, the chairman of the Bahrain Transparency Society, from traveling to Germany to take part in Transparency International Conference held in Berlin.
HR Activist Zainab Al-Khamis Prevented from Traveling
Human rights activist Zainab Al-Khamis said that the authorities prevented her on Monday (October 16, 2017) from leaving the country through Bahrain International Airport.
Activist Farida Ghulam Accused of Assembly, Banned from Traveling
The Public Prosecution accused on Wednesday (September 20, 2017) central committee member in National Democratic Action Society Wa'ad Society, activist Farida Ghulam, of assembly and informed her she is banned from traveling.
Authorities Bring Charge of Assembly against Oun and Al-Saffar, Prevent them from Traveling
The Public Prosecution interrogated on Sunday (September 17, 2017) human rights activists, charged them with assembly and confirmed the issuance of a travel ban decision against them.
Authorities Prevent Transparency Chairman from Leaving Country, Summon Nidal Al-Salman for Interrogation
The Bahraini security authorities prevented on Monday (September 18, 2017) Sayed Sharaf Al-Mosawi, the chairman of the Bahrain Transparency Society from leaving the country. The authorities also summoned Bahrain Center for Human Rights member, activist Nidal Al-Salman for interrogation tomorrow.
Activist Jalila Al-Salman Denied Leaving Country
The Bahraini security authorities prevented on Tuesday (September 12, 2017) deputy president of the dissolved Bahrain Teachers Association Jalila Al-Salman from leaving the country.
Former Wa’ad Secretary-General Radi Al-Mousawi Summoned for Interrogation
Bahraini security authorities summoned, former Wa’ad Society Secretary-General, Radi Al-Mousawi for interrogation on Tuesday.
Saudi Official Denies Former Crown Prince Confined to Palace
A senior Saudi official on Thursday denied as "baseless" a New York Times report that Prince Mohammed bin Nayef has been confined to his palace and barred from traveling abroad after being replaced by the king's son as next in line to the throne.
Bahrain Labor Minister Heads Delegation to ILO Conference in Geneva, GFBTU absent Amid Travel Bans
Bahrain Minister of Labor and Social Development Jamil bin Mohammad Ali Humaidan, headed the Bahraini delegation in the 106th Session of the International Labor Conference in Geneva, taking place from 4 until 16 June.
Interior Minister Issues Decision Banning Bahrainis from Traveling to Qatar
Bahrain’s Minister of Interior Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa issued decision banning Bahraini citizens from traveling to Qatar.
Bahraini Authorities Ban 4 Activists from Travelling
Bahraini authorities banned Tuesday (May 9, 2017) 4 opposition activists from travelling; a step that had caused vast criticism by the Human Rights Council this month.
Farida Ghulam Stresses: Bahraini Authorities Still Ban Activists from Traveling after HRC Session
Leader in the National Democratic Action Society Wa’ad Society and prominent activist Farida Ghulam stressed that the authorities are still imposing travel ban on activists, although the human rights council session that reviewed Bahrain’s human rights record concluded.
Geneva 2017 Sees no Activists from Bahrain: Does HRC Need another Evidence?
It’s been 5 years since the United Nations issued 176 recommendations to the Government of Bahrain to reform the deteriorating human rights status. Bahrain has been a country full of torture, killing, labor dismissals and sectarian persecution.
Geneva: Ireland Concerned over Bahrain Travel Ban on Activists Preventing HRC Participation
Ireland expressed deep concern over the travel ban imposed on activists in Bahrain, preventing them from coming to Geneva to take part in the ongoing UN Human Rights Council session.
Geneva: Germany Demands Bahrain to Immediately Investigate Torture Allegations
Germany expressed concern over the ban that prevented Bahraini rights activists from traveling to Geneva to take part in the UN Human Rights Council sessions.