Did "Lyrica" Case Overthrow Inspector General of the Ministry of Interior 2 Years after His Appointment?
Nearly two and a half years after his appointment as undersecretary, the Inspector General of the Ministry of Interior, Major General Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, has retired. But why should this "retirement" be seen as different from any other "retirement"?
War Breaks out Again between Royal Court and PM’s Court
The unannounced truce between the Royal Court and the Prime Minister’s Court didn’t last long. The dispute that was publicly managed on social media outlets and that lasted for 3 months (from February until April 2018), and ended with the arrest of Mohammad Al-Shorouqi as well as others over charges of managing the “Na’eb Ta’eb” Twitter account, seems to emerge again but in another fashion.
2018: End of Case over which Constitution was Amended: Life Sentences Issued against Accused over Marshal Assassination Plot
On April 25, 2018, the Military Cassation Court in Bahrain upheld death sentences against 4 Bahrainis over charges of attempting to assassinate Commander-in-Chief of the Bahrain Defence Force, Marshal Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa. It was the strangest charge issued since the eruption of protests in 2011.
US Navy Secretary Visits Bahrain, Meets Officials
The US Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer visited Bahrain, where he met the Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Prime Minister Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, Minister of Interior Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa and Commander-in-Chief of Bahrain Defence Force Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa.
Army Commander Honors Soldiers Returning from Yemen War
Army Commander Khalifa bin Ahmad Al Khalifa honored a number of soldiers returning home from the war in Yemen, as part of the Saudi-led offensive launched March 2015.
BDF, Parliament Discuss Constitutional Amendment Granting Military Judiciary Broader Authority
Council of Representatives Speaker Ahmad Al-Mulla said Monday that the constitutional approach suggested by King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa will be followed by an amendment on the military penal code.
Bahraini Parliament Speaker Meets with BDF Commander-in-Chief to Discuss Constitutional Amendment Allowing Trial of Civilians in Military Courts
Bahrain’s Parliament Speaker Ahmed bin Ibrahim Al-Mulla said parliament will hold meeting on Monday with BDF Commander-in-Chief to discuss constitutional amendment suggested by the King.
Commander-in-Chief of BDF Receives Commander of Joint Peninsula Shield Forces
Commander-in-Chief of the Bahrain Defence Force (BDF) Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa received in his office in the presence of the BDF Chief of Staff Dhiyab bin Saqr Al-Nuaimi, the Commander of the Joint Peninsula Shield Forces (JPSF) Hassan bin Hamza Al-Shehri.
Bahrain's Ruling Family: There’s No Shame in Insulting Our People
Deputy Public Security Head Khalifa bin Ahmad Al Khalifa decided to deactivate his Instagram account, following scandal that involved him insulting Shiite citizens of his country.
The Guardian: HR Groups Urge 50 States to Call on Bahrain to Release Nabeel Rajab
The Guardian Newspaper stated that “Human rights groups have written to 50 states urging them to call on the Bahraini authorities to release Nabeel Rajab, who is facing up to 15 years’ in jail for comments he made on Twitter.”
Your Accounts Were Hacked, Were Your Faces Hacked too?
If Khalifa bin Ahmad’s account was hacked, was the account of his brother Khalid bin Ahmad Al Khalifa hacked when he threatened a dissident in exile.
Deputy Chief of Public Security Closes his Instagram Account after Scandal of Insulting Shia
A Day after the scandal of insulting the household of Prophet Mohammad and Shias, the Deputy Chief of Public Security Khalifa bin Ahmad Al Khalifa found himself forced to close his Instagram account.
Bahrain’s MoI Recovers Instagram Account of Deputy Chief of Public Security after Insulting Shia
The Bahraini Ministry of Interior claimed on Wednesday (August 24, 2016) that the Instagram account of Deputy Chief of Public Security Khalifa bin Ahmad Al Khalifa was hacked, few hours after insulting Shia on Instagram.
Deputy Chief of Public Security Insults Shia
The Deputy Chief of Public Security, Khalifa bin Ahmad Al Khalifa, described the Shia sect with abusive expressions, reflecting the attack launched against the Shia majority in the country.