2018: From Mohammad Sayyah in the 90s to Abbas Kadhem, Bahrain Uses “Cancer” as Weapon to Kill Political Prisoners
The case of the martyr Mohammad Sayyah (1998) should have been an example for the security authorities in Bahrain, warning of the consequences of their brutal treatment of political prisoners, from torture during interrogations, abuse in prison, to denial of treatment, even if they suffer from cancer.
2017: A Bloody Year Leaves 15 Martyrs, Live Rounds Resulted in the Deaths of 12
The year 2017 emerged as one of the most burdensome years in the memories of Bahrainis, and one of the deadliest years ever.
Mohammad Sahwan: You’ll no Longer Feel the Pain of your Wounds
Martyr Mohammad Sahwan went through many difficult stages as did the rest of his family members. Belonging to the “Sahwan” family name was enough for him to become a target, let alone being a leading man of society in Sanabes.
Mohammad Sahwan: The Cultural Activist and Intellectual Martyr
Bahrain has lost one of its sensible intellectual youths in one of the country's political prisons. Bahrain has lost the resilient martyr, Mohammad Mulla Hassan Sahwan, an exceptional figure in the Bahraini scene.
Clashes Erupt Near Pearl Roundabout as Mourning Service over Martyr Mohammad Sahwan Ends
Protesters clashed with regime forces Monday (March 20, 2017) after they tried to reach the Pearl (Lualua) Roundabout, the center of the vast popular protests Bahrain witnessed in 2011.
AFP: Clashes after Shiite Inmate’s Funeral
Shiite protesters and police clashed in Bahrain today following the funeral of a prisoner who died while serving a 15-year sentence for taking part in anti-regime demonstrations, witnesses said.
Thousands Take Part in Martyr Mohammad Sahwan’s Funeral, Regime Forces Attack Crowd with Teargas Canisters
Thousands of angry mourners in Sanabis took part Friday (March 17, 2017) in the funeral procession of martyr Mohammad Sahwan (45 years old), who died in prison last Thursday.