Insults of Doctors at Jaw Prison Clinic More Painful than Executioners' Whips: Political Prisoner
Prisoner of conscience, Sayed Ali Alawi Hashem, who is sentenced to life imprisonment, described the doctors at the Jaw Prison Clinic as a medical mafia, pointing out that they insult sick prisoners.
Ahmed Jaafar Calls His Family, Prison Administration Rejects his Family's Visit Request
Human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh said that Ahmed Jaafar called his family and told them he was transferred to Jaw Prison.
Ahmed Jaafar Sought Security, Received Masters Degree in Political Sciences...Bahrain Turns him Into Most Dangerous Man: Ibtisam Al-Saegh
Human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh said the family of detainee Ahmed Jaafar Mohammed, who was illegally extradited by Serbian authorities to Bahrain before the final verdict, demanded their right to visit him to reassure on him. However, this has not been achieved yet.
Bahrain at Forefront of Countries Using Spyware Programs, Mainly Cellebrite and Pegasus
The Code Story website published an article on its website on the authorities' misuse of technology and stated that Bahrain appears to be at the forefront.
Procedures to Release Detainees Took more than 20 Hours
Human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh said that the procedures to release detainees took more than 20 hours, dubbing these measures "exhausting".
Salam Calls for Conducting Independent Investigation, Stopping Spying on Human Rights Defenders
Salam for Democracy and Human Rights urged the NSO Group to suspend with immediate effect the government of Bahrain's use of the Pegasus spyware, after reports revealed that it was used to spy on human rights activists.
UN Special Rapporteur on HRDs Condemns Targeting Phones of Ibtisam Al-Saegh and Hala Deeb with Pegasus
Mary Lawlor, Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders, posted a tweet condemning the violations practiced against female human rights defenders through Pegasus program.
Security Authorities Hacked HR Activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh's Phone with NSO Group's Pegasus Spyware
A new investigation led by Front Line Defenders reveals the hacking of two women human rights defenders (WHRDs) from Bahrain and Jordan using NSO Group's notorious Pegasus spyware.
Arrest is a Graduation Gift in Bahrain: Story of Hasan Al-Jamri
The Bahraini security authorities released Hasan Ahmed Jaafar Al-Jamri, and although this release coincided with the issuance of a special pardon decree for 105 prisoners, Al-Jamri was released under the alternative penalty law.
Human Rights Call to Intensify Demand for Release of Political Prisoner Zakia Al-Barboury
Human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Sayegh called for intensifying efforts and action for the release of political prisoner, Zakia Al-Barboury, who has served more than half of her five-year sentence.
NPWJ Broadcasts "Beyond Covid-19: A Nine-Year Lockdown for Bahrain" Webinar
No Peace Without Justice (NPWJ) broadcasted on Friday (May 22, 2020) on its social media platforms a webinar entitled "Beyond Covid-19: A Nine-Year Lockdown for Bahrain".
Second Suicide Attempt to Criminal Prisoner within Days after Placing him in Solitary Confinement
Human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh revealed that one of the criminal prisoners in Jaw Central Prison attempted to hang himself after suffering from depression as a result of putting him in solitary confinement. She explained that this is the prisoner's second suicidal attempt this week.
Ibtisam Al-Saegh and Najah Yousif Break Silence in Bahrain: BBC Arabic
Najah Yousif, a Bahraini woman, told the BCC Arabic that she was tortured and raped in a security complex after protesting against Formula One in 2017. Another woman confirmed that she faced similar abuses in the same complex few weeks later. Bahrain Mirror publishes a summary on "Breaking the Silence in Bahrain" film.
HR Activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh Summoned for Investigation without knowing Reasons
Human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh announced on Sunday (December 15, 2019) that she was summoned to Al-Houra police station, without specifying the reasons, Al-Saegh wrote on her Twitter account before going to investigation.
Mojtaba Al-Abbar: First Political Convict to Receive Alternative Punishment
Human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh said that the released detainee Sayed Mojtaba Al-Abbar is the first case among political detainees to receive alternative punishment.
MoI Delays Reinstating Citizen Whose Nationality was Restored by Royal Decree: Activist
Activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh said the Interior Ministry is delaying reinstating as a Bahraini citizen Zainab Marhoun Makki, whose nationality was restored by a royal decree months ago.
Al-Tamimi Transferred from Al-Houra Police Station to Al-Salmaniya Hospital after His Health Deteriorate during Investigation
Former MP Osama complied with a subpoena demanding him to appear before Al-Houra police station on Sunday (August 18, 2019) morning, where a photo published by human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh showed him on a wheelchair in front of Al-Houra police station.
Children Arrested in Raids Campaign in Jidhafs
Raids campaign carried out at the dawn of Monday (August 19, 2019) led to the arrest of children in Jidhafs.
Police Demands Osama Al-Tamimi's Family to Hand him Over while He Still Receives Treatment
Human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh said on her Instagram page that the police demanded family of former MP Osama Al-Tamimi to hand him over despite of his critical health condition as he is incapable of moving or speaking normally due to the brain stroke he suffered 5 days following his detention. It is noteworthy that Al-Tamimi is still receiving treatment in a private hospital.
Detainee Hussein Al-Sehlawi Held in Isolation, Denied Treatment: HR Activist
Detainee Hussein Al-Sehlawi is suffering from "persecution" as he is denied his right to treatment, human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh said. She added that he is not allowed to contact prisoners and is held in solitary confinement.