Forcibly Exiled MPs to IPU Secretary-General: Bahrain Very Distant from Implementing Principles You Promote
Forcibly exiled Bahraini MPs called on Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Secretary-General Martin Chungong to demand Bahrain, which is currently hosting the IPU 146th General Assembly, to release all political prisoners, on top Al-Wefaq Secretary-General and former MP Sheikh Ali Salman as well as former MP Sheikh Hasan Isa.
Fairooz: Parliamentarians and IPU Bodies Willing to Raise HR Issues while in Bahrain
The "Bahrain Forum for Human Rights" organized a human rights seminar entitled "Updates on Bahrain's human rights situation" with the participation of members of Al-Wefaq Society, media people, father of political detainee Mr. Ali Mhanna and mother of martyr Sami Mushaima.
Bahrainis Criticize Sale of Island to Israel
Bahrainis criticized on social media outlets the sale of an island to the Zionist entity, describing the act as the latest normalization step.
Jawad Fairooz: Authorities Seek to Consolidate Fake Democracy Leading to Legitimization of Tyranny
Former Bahraini MP and head of Salam Organization for Democracy and Human Rights, Jawad Fairooz, said in a press statement to Daraj website that "the authorities in Bahrain are systematically seeking to consolidate the fake democracy that leads to the legalization of tyranny and absolute monarchy."
Nasser bin Hamad Purchases Horse Worth over $3 Million
Chief of Strategic Security Agency and King's son, Nasser bin Hamad, bought a horse worth over $3 Million, media websites specialized in auctions of selling horses and other animals reported.
Bahrain Continues to Silence and Punish Journalists: SALAM
Salam for Democracy and Human Rights issued a report on World Press Freedom Day, entitled "Bahrain: Silencing Voices First".
Jawad Fairooz: London Conference is Unified Gulf Voice Demanding Radical Reform in Region
President of Salam for Democracy and Human Rights Jawad Fairooz said the aspired reforms conference in Gulf which will be held in London today will be a unified gulf voice directed to the international society, public opinion and peoples of the region, to demand radical political, human rights and media reform in the Gulf.
Activists to Bahrain Mirror on UPR: US Stance Surprising, UK's Stance like any Arab Country
Bahrain failed another round in the United Nations. No one now believes the small state that masters falsifying recommendations and investing in the ad to waste time. 20 members wearing elegant suits and ties sat in the Human Rights Council (HRC) to be insulted. All the member-states' recommendations were on a side, and they were on the opposite one. The 20 members came to read papers like "robots". They became a mockery.