Activist Brian Dooley: Biden's Administration Silence on Sheikh Ali Salman Case is Shameful
Activist Brian Dooley of Human Rights First saw that Biden's Administration silence on Sheikh Ali Salman case is shameful.
Amnesty Int'l Demands Unconditional Release of Sheikh Ali Salman
Devin Kenney, GCC Researcher at Amnesty International, demanded the release of Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society Secretary-General Sheikh Ali Salman.
29 MPs in House of Commons Sign Motion in Solidarity with Abduljalil Al-Singace
29 MPs in the British House of Commons signed a motion to express solidarity with detained academic Abduljalil Al-Singace, who is on hunger strike in the regime's prisons. The motion demanded the release of prisoners of conscience and imposition of Magnitsky Act Sanctions on those responsible for his unlawful imprisonment.
Alya Radhi: I Saw Sheikh Ali Salman's Tears as I Have Never Seen Before
Alya Radhi, wife of imprisoned opposition leader and Al-Wefaq Secretary General Sheikh Ali Salman, said that the most painful situation for Salman was the moment of the attack on the Pearl Roundabout and the killing of citizens who were sleeping peacefully in the events on "Bloody Thursday".
French Parliamentarians Pressure Foreign Minister on HR Situation in Bahrain
Two Members of Parliament (MPs) for France drew the attention of the Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs, Jean-Yves Le Drian, to the worrying human rights situation in Bahrain, Americans for Democracy and Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) reported.
14 British MPs Call on their Gov't to Reconsider Relations with Bahrain, Urge Bahraini Authorities to Release Opposition Leaders
14 MPs in the UK Parliament sent an urgent letter to Britain's foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, urging him to pressure on the Bahraini government to release political prisoners.
Bahrain's Approach to Critics Exemplified by it Treatment of Sheikh Ali Salman: Amnesty Int'l
Amnesty International said on Thursday (February 11, 2021) that Bahrain's approach to critics since 2011 is exemplified by its treatment of Sheikh Ali Salman, the head of the now-banned al-Wefaq, which was the largest legal opposition party.
Sheikh Ali Salman Calls on Citizens to Take Coronavirus Vaccine, Abide by Medical Procedures
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society posted on its social media accounts a statement issued by its Secretary-General Sheikh Ali Salman, who is sentenced to life imprisonment, in which he called on the people to take the Coronavirus vaccine and abide by medical procedures.
Towards Int'l Efforts to Release Sheikh Ali Salman: BPA Statement
The London-based Bahrain Press Association issued a statement on Wednesday (January 20, 2021) in which it said that there are regional and international developments that once again brought back the case of Al-Wefaq Secretary-General, Sheikh Ali Salman, to the front pages.
Al-Wefaq Holds Virtual Meeting Entitled "Bahrain: Where to?" Marking Sheikh Ali Salman's 6th Year Behind Bars
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society holds a virtual meeting on Wednesday entitled "Bahrain: Where to?" on the sixth anniversary of its Secretary-General Sheikh Ali Salman's arrest.
Protests Staged in Bahrain on 6th Anniversary of Opposition Leader Arrest
Bahrain witnessed on Monday (December 28, 2020) vast protests demanding the release of opposition leader, Sheikh Ali Salman, on his sixth arrest anniversary.
Expected Reconciliation with Qatar: What about Sheikh Ali Salman?
Now that the signing of the reconciliation between Qatar and the Gulf states is approaching, especially Saudi Arabia, the trial of the Bahraini opposition leader is one of the major issues that followed the decision made by these states to sever ties with Qatar and take several actions against it.
Al-Wefaq Expresses Condolences over Death of Kuwait's Emir
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, Bahrain's largest opposition political group, expressed condolences over the death of Kuwait's Emir, revealing his efforts to release its Secretary-General Sheikh Ali Salman after his arrest in December 2014.
Sheikh Ali Salman from Prison: We Stand in Solidarity with Lebanese People, Share their Pain
The Al-Wefaq Secretary-General, Sheikh Ali Salman, expressed his deep sadness after receiving the news of Beirut's explosion, which he dubbed a "disaster".
Australian Politician to GIDHR: Political Prisoners should be Released, We Need People Like Sheikh Ali Salman in the World
Sue Bolton, Moreland councilor and member of Socialist Alliance in Australia, supported the calls by Bahraini human rights organizations to release the political prisoners from the jails in Bahrain.
Sheikh Ali Salman, Prisoners of Conscience are Victims of State that don't Recognize Rights and Freedoms: SALAM
Salam DHR issued a report entitled "Who is a prisoner of conscience? Sheikh Ali Salman as a model". It explained in its report that "Prisoners of conscience are the most victims of tyranny in all repressive states that do not recognize public rights and freedoms."
HRW: Bahrain's Human Rights Watch Worsened in 2019
Bahrain's human rights record worsened in 2019, as the government carried out executions, convicted critics for peaceful expression, and threatened social media activists, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2020.
Judiciary in Bahrain Corrupt and Politicized: Al-Wefaq Society
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society considered the judiciary in Bahrain corrupt and politicized, one year after the courts of the Bahraini regime issued a 25-year prison sentence against the leader of the Bahraini opposition and Al-Wefaq Secretary-General Sheikh Ali Salman.
Al-Wefaq Holds Event in Beirut Marking February 14 Uprising 8th Anniversary
Al-Wefaq held an event in Beirut on Friday (February 15, 2019) commemorating the eighth anniversary of the February 14 uprising that erupted in Bahrain in 2011.
Diyaa Ayyad: Life Term against Bahrain’s Mandela: ‘Incriminating Evidence’ Constitute Evidence for his Acquittal
Through the incriminating evidence the ruling family presented via the judiciary, it was, in fact, providing evidence for Sheikh Ali Salman’s acquittal, according to observers.