Mother of Detained Child: Life of 60 Detained Children in Danger
Bahrain Mirror: Mother of one of the young political detainees in Bahrain said that the lives of 60 children, who are arrested over political background, have become in danger after they launched a hunger strike against the deteriorating health conditions and return of scabies and other skin diseases.
Dry Dock Prison Director Confiscates Religious Books and Belongings of Young Detainees due to their Hunger Strike: Activist
Dry Dock Prison director Fahd Al-Kooheji ordered to storm the youths prison cells and confiscate their religious books and belongings after they announced launching hunger strike against not receiving needed medical care following the spread of scabies among them, human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh reported.
Detained Children in Dry Dock Prison Start Hunger Strike after Authorities Ignored Spread of Skinn Diseases among them
Detained children in Dry Dock Prison announced launching an open hunger strike after the prison authorities ignored their complaints regarding the spread of skin diseases among them and the return of scabies to their prison cells.
Al-Wefaq Calls to Save Lives of Dozens of Sick Prisoners of Conscience in Bahrain
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, largest opposition country, called for the necessity to work to save lives of dozens of prisoners of conscience who are suffering from pressuring diseases and are prevented from receiving the necessary treatment in Bahraini regime prisons.
Court Issues 3-Year Prison Term against Defendant Accused of Hitting Policeman in Dry Dock Prison
The First High Criminal Court sentenced a Bahraini to 3 years in prison over attacking a policeman in the medical clinic in Dry Dock Prison and threating to commit suicide in case they don't prescribe me tranquilizer pills.
Court Uphold 5-Year Jail Term against Defendant Accused of Escaping Dry Dock Prison
The First High Criminal Appeals Court upheld 5-year jail term against a defendant accused of escaping Dry Dock Prison in 2016.
Officers al-Shihi & Al-Amadi Limit Access to Cold Water Drinking for Dry Dock Prisoners
Complaints from Dry Dock prisoners continue to rise as one prison said, “Prison warden Abdullah Rashid al-Shihi increase restrictions, and we are suffering in asking for cold water in this hot summer, since cold water is outside the room where we are locked in.”
1-Month Prison Verdict Upheld in Case Linked to Insulting Police in Dry Dock Prison
The Second High Criminal Court ruled in absentia against an appeal, waiving the right for appeal due to the absence of the appellant.
Dry Dock Detainees’ Clothes Confiscated with Temperature Fall
Detainees at the Dry Dock detention center complained Monday that the prison administration confiscated all their clothes, and left only 3 outfits for each detainee. This comes as the weather in Bahrain sees a fall in temperature.
“Dry Dock” Prison Puts Off Medical Care for Prisoner Suffering Symptoms Similar to Martyr al-Hayiki’s
Rights activist said Dry Dock Prison authorities delayed transfer of prisoner to hospital, after showing symptoms similar to those martyr al-Hayiki.