Cassation Court Upholds 3-Year Jail Term against Two Defendants Accused of Burning Couch
The Court of Cassation upheld a 3-year jail term against a football player and another citizen over burning a couch at the highway entrance in Al-Ma'amir, aiming at disrupting the traffic and putting people's lives to danger, in protest against the execution of martyrs Ahmad Al-Malali and Ali Al-Arab.
Blogger of "Sanawat Al-Jareesh" Jassim Al-Abbas Arrested
Bahraini authorities arrested historical researcher, Jassim Hussein Al-Abbas, owner of the famous historical blog "Sanawat Al-Jareesh" over the charge of publishing wrong information. Al-Abbas was taken into custody after he was summoned for interrogation on January 30, 2020.
Bahrain: Vast Raid Campaign, 10 Citizens Arrested within Hours
The Bahraini authorities launched in the late hours of Tuesday (January 14) and Wednesday at dawn (January 15) a vast raid campaign, which resulted in the arrest of at least 10 citizens, according to "Rasd", a network specialized in security movements, raids and arrests.
Court Upholds 10-Year Jail Term against Defendant Accused of Assembling, Burning Tires in Al-Ma'amir
The First High Appeals Court upheld a 10-year jail term against a suspect accused of assembling and burning ties in Al-Ma'amir after his objection was rejected.
3-Year Jail Term Handed down to 2 Suspects over Burning Couch in Protest against Execution of Martyrs Al-Malali and Al-Arab
The High Criminal Court sentenced two suspects, in presence, to 3 years in jail over charge of burning a couch in Al-Ma'amir.
Bahrain: Eight Days on Al-Ma’amir Village Siege
The security authorities continued the siege imposed on Al-Ma’amiÞ village resided by Shia majority.