Committee Responsible for Implementing Child Law Failed to Implement the Law, Says Sarhan
Legal Adviser Ibrahim Sarhan said that the temporary committee for the implementation of the Child Law in Bahrain has failed to implement the law, noting that more than 140 detained children (at the time the rulings were issued) did not benefit from the law.
Badr Al-Gaith Leaves (Safe) World of Executioners with an Overdose
Until the evening of November 1, 2021, notorious executioner Badr Ibrahim Al-Gaith, 41, was convinced that he was one of those in the safety net that fear nothing in Bahrain, but he forgot that fate and the timing of one leaving this world is not in the hands of the ruling family.
This is What Happened to Tweeters and Online Activists in Bahrain until Mid-2021: BPA
The London-based Bahrain Press Association (BPA) documented 15 cases of abuses against journalists, media professionals and tweeters during the first half of 2021.
Despite Coronavirus Concerns, Hajar Mansour Received with Kisses and Hugs
Bahrainis who went to welcome Hajar Mansour, who was released on Thursday (March 5, 2020), forgot that we are in the time of the Coronavirus, and that gatherings, kisses and hugs are now prohibited over fears of the virus outbreak.
No Alternative Penalties for Sick Prisoners
The campaign entitled #Sick_Prisoners_in_Bahrain prompted families in the island kingdom to speak out about the sufferings of their ailing sons behind bars. The campaign revealed the large amount of ignored cases of poor health conditions that are increasing in terms of number and severity among political prisoners. Families tweeted with pain, concern and cries for help.
3 Female Political Detainees in Isa Town Prison Start Hunger Strike Demanding Enhancement of Detention Conditions
Three Bahraini political detainees started hunger strike demanding the enhancement of their detention conditions.
Detainee Amira Al-Qashaami Refrains from Family Visits due to Glass Barrier: Activist
Prominent human rights defender Ibtisam Al-Saegh said that political detainee Amira Al-Qashaami refrained from family visits due to the glass barrier between her and her family, indicating that this is the fourth visit Amira refrains from.
MPs Reject Proposal Allowing Appeal Judges to Inspect Prisons
The Council of Representatives (Parliament) rejected a proposal law to amend some provisions of law no. (18) of 2014, suggesting appointing a committee of appeal judges to inspect prisons a maximum of twice a year.