Urgent Appeal: Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja Transferred to Emergency Hospital in Critical Health Condition
Human rights activist Maryam Al-Khawaja sent an urgent appeal through twitter to exert all kinds of pressure to save the life of her father, Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja.
Ireland Concerned over Bahrain’s ‘Considerable Restrictions of Fundamental Freedoms’
Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has expressed concern about the “considerable restrictions of fundamental freedoms” in Bahrain following the Middle Eastern nation’s parliamentary elections last month.
70 Irish MPs Demand their Government to Pressure the Bahraini Authorities to Provide Criteria for Fair Elections
More than 70 members of Ireland’s Dáil Éireann (TDs) expressed serious concern over Bahrain’s suppression of civil and political society ahead of the Kingdom’s parliamentary elections in a letter to TD Simon Coveney.
Irish FM: Escalation in Bahrain Worrying, We Urged Authorities to Fulfill their Stated Commitments
Simon Coveney, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, said that he is very concerned about reports concerning health deterioration of political prisoners in Bahrain, including Hasan Mushaima.
Irish Parliament Member Expresses Grave Concern over Health Situation of Prominent Bahraini Dissident Hasan Mushaima
Spokesperson on Foreign Affairs of political Irish party Sinn Féin said he is "deeply concerned" and "alarmed" by reports that Bahraini opposition leader Hasan Mushaima is being mistreated in prison.
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.
France, Czech Republic, Ireland, and Denmark Criticize Bahrain’s Human Rights Record
France, Czech Republic, Ireland, and Denmark criticized Bahrain's human rights record, and called on Manama to abolish all restrictions imposed on civil society associations.
PSNI Denies Training Bahraini Officers: They Observed Events & Presentations
The Belfast Telegraph newspaper stated that the Police Service of Northern Ireland’s Assistant Chief Constable Alan Todd insisted that the Bahraini police were on a study visit to observe "best practice in human rights-based public order policing". He said the delegation observed public order events, followed by presentations on PSNI public order policing.
Organization Lodges Complaint against Irish Company that Trained Prison Guards in Bahrain
The British Newsletter website said that “A Foreign Office-paid company has been reported to an information watchdog (Reprieve) for failing to reveal details of its work in Middle Eastern prisons where torture is allegedly rife.”