Dutch Senator Calls on IPU President to Urge Bahrain to Overturn Entry Denial of HRW Representatives
During her intervention in the inter-parliamentary union conference, Dutch Senator Petra Stienen called on IPU president Duarte Pacheco to urge Bahrain to overturn its decision to deny entry to Human Rights Watch representatives to attend the conference held in Manama.
Government Perhaps Steps Closer to Legalizing Hashish
What did people think of the Netherlands when the government decided to grow and sell cannabis to its citizens? Capitalist governments always think of making money and addressing their financial and economic crises, and often do not put an ethical limit to their decision-making. Bahrain is moving in the same direction when it proposed growing and selling tobacco to citizens without regard to the environmental and health aspects.
Airlines Halt Hormuz Flights amid US-Iran Crisis
Some of the world's leading carriers including British Airways, Qantas and Singapore Airlines on Friday suspended flights over the Strait of Hormuz, as Iran-US tensions flare over the downing of a drone.
Dutch Channel: Ali Al-Shuwaikh Extradition Case Internally Discussed in the Netherlands, Opposition Makes Move to Uncover Circumstances
A report aired by the Dutch (1V) Channel said that some opposition parties in Amsterdam began to move to uncover the circumstances surrounding Bahraini detainee stripped of his nationality Ali Al-Shuwaikh, who was handed over by the Dutch authorities to Bahrain in October 2018.
Netherlands Should Form Committee of Inquiry in Case of Bahraini Citizen Ali Al-Shuwaikh: Salam
Salam for Democracy and Human Rights demanded the Dutch authorities to form a committee of inquiry into the reasons for rejecting Ali Al-Shuwaikh's asylum request and the reasons for not allowing him to travel to a country other than Bahrain, where he was sentenced to life in jail and revoked of his nationality.
Salam Issues Report Entitled “Citizens without Citizenships”: 807 Stripped of Nationalities between 2015 and 2019
Salam for Democracy and Human Rights issued a report about the issue of stripping Bahraini citizens of their nationalities as punishment against the political stances they take. This retaliation has increased over the past 4 years, with Bahrainis, whose citizenships were revoked, reaching 807.
Manama Insults Dutch Diplomacy, Story of Refugee Ali Al-Shuwaikh
On October 20, 2018, a plane coming from the Netherlands landed in Bahrain. Dutch security men handed a Bahraini man named Ali Al-Shuwaikh on to the Bahrain state security apparatus, who were eagerly waiting for him.
Bahraini Refugee Extradited by Netherlands to Bahrain Sentenced to Life in Jail, Stripped of his Citizenship
Human rights activist Zeinab Khamis said via her Instagram account that a Bahraini court issued yesterday (Thursday, February 28, 2019) life sentence against Bahraini refugee Ali Al-Shuwaikh, revoked his citizenship and fined him 500 BD.
Bahrain Arrests Citizen Deported by the Netherlands
Activists announced that the Dutch authorities extradite Ali Shuwaikh to the Bahraini authorities after it refused his asylum request.
UK, French, Dutch Ministers Shun Saudi Conference over Khashoggi
Senior ministers from Britain, France and the Netherlands on Thursday pulled out of a major investment conference in Saudi Arabia, expressing deep concern over the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.