Amnesty: Bahrain's Upcoming Elections Held amidst Political Repression, Rights Violations
Bahrain's parliamentary elections are being held in an environment of political repression following a decade in which the authorities have infringed upon human rights, curtailed civil society, banned political opposition parties and shuttered independent media, Amnesty said.
HRW on Political Isolation Laws: You Can't Call Bahrain A Democracy
Human Rights Watch said in a report issued on Monday (October 31, 2022) that the Bahraini government uses political isolation laws and a series of other tactics to keep activists and former opposition members away from public posts.
Egyptian Authorities Prevent Bahraini Dissident from Entering their Territories, Deport Him after Detaining him for Hours
The Egyptian authorities banned Bahraini dissident, Fadhel Abbas, from entering their territories after detaining him for hours.
Ali Al-Aswad: Bahrain's Difficult Years
It has been 7 years since the arrest of Al-Wefaq Secretary-General Sheikh Ali Salman. The whole country continues to suffer and remember his nationalist stances and great sacrifices. You cannot forget the name of the most prominent political leader who adopted peace, change, reform, and hardwork.
Int'l Human Rights Activists Criticize Lebanese Interior Minister's Decision: It's Illegal to Deport any Dissident
A member of the Lebanese National Human Rights Institution said that the Lebanese Minister of Interior took his decision "regarding the deportation of Al-Wefaq members amid silence of government institutions and others, particularly the Ministry of Justice".
US Department of State Report Criticizes Human Rights Violations in Bahrain
US Department of State issued its 2020 annual human rights report and discussed the human rights situation in Bahrain in 39 pages.
Ali Alaswad: European Parliament Calls on Bahraini Authorities to Carry out Urgent Reforms
Ten years following the eruption of the peaceful uprising in Bahrain, the European Parliament offers a chance to resolve the crisis and the opposition is adopting it, but will the authorities in Manama take this opportunity? Perhaps there are other questions, but the major question remains: Will the international community be able to make real sustainable change? This is the most significant issue worthy of attention at the moment by both the authorities and the opposition.
European Parliament Votes on Resolution Criticizing Bahrain's Deploring HR Situation
The European Parliament votes today on a resolution on the human rights situation in the Kingdom of Bahrain, in particular the cases of death row inmates and human rights defenders.