Child Mohammad Al-Moímen Known as the ďExplosives ExpertĒ to Bahrain Mirror: I was Beaten & Tortured with Electric Shocks
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): On March 15, 2015, reports emerged about a bus being stopped on the King Fahd Causeway with Bahraini visitors from Iraq on board. Bahrainís interior ministry claimed that this took place after finding a bag packed with ďexplosivesĒ on the vehicle and took a 13-year-old boy, who was among the passengers, into custody.
Detention of the Child Mohammad Mansour Renewed
Bahrain Mirror: Lawyer Abdullah al-Shamlawi stated that the juvenile court judge renewed, for the seventh week, the detention of the child, Mohammad Mansour, who is accused of smuggling detonators from Iraq, ďwithout allowing us to visit him or have a look at the investigation papersĒ.
A Letter to President Barack Obama From Jehad Al-Hubaishiís Father: Jehad & Ebrahim: Child Political Detainees In Bahrain
Sadeq al-Hubaishi: Dear President Barack Obama, I am the father of Jehad al-Hubaishi, who was arrested when he was only 16 years old and joined over 200 child political detainees currently held in Bahraini prisons. I am confident that you will take the necessary steps to address my sonís issue, as well as his friendís, and the cases of other children.
Bahrain: The Torturers Take "Selfie" with their Dangerous Capture: The Child Ahmed Al-Arab
On April 28th 2015, the ministry of Interior declared that it had arrested 28 Bahrainis whom it accused of being involved in terrorist processes. Among the 28 arrested was a 16-year-old boy, Ahmed Al-Arab.
VIDEO: Mother of Bahraini Detainee: I Just Want to Know if my Son is Alive, Injured or Dead
Bahrain Mirror: A video of Ahmad Abdallah Al-Arabís mother went viral on social media platforms as she pleaded the world to reveal her sonís fate, who is a 16-year-old youth that was arrested by civil forces on the 13th of April.
The arrested children on the School's Eve: "Back to Jail"!
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): When international governments refused to care about the Iraqi children, the British people did