Ibrahim Sharif: Bahrain Has Unreformable Issues, It's the Gulf State with the Most Strained Relations with Its Neighbors
Ibrahim Sharif, the former Secretary-General of the "Wa'ad" Society, expressed that, "Anyone who reads the articles of the charter regarding torture, public funds, equality, priority of employment for Bahrainis, civil society, and the Palestinian cause will laugh."
ADHRB: Self-censorship Is Bahrainis' Refuge from the Guillotine of Government Pursuit
Americans for Democracy and Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) asserts the right guaranteed to all citizens in Bahrain for freedom of opinion and expression, calling on the government of Bahrain to adhere to the international laws and treaties it has ratified.
Ibrahim Sharif: Isn't Supporting "Awal Gulf" More Important Than "McLaren"?
Ibrahim Sharif, the former Secretary-General of the Waad Society, expressed that the reason for the bankruptcy of "Awal Gulf Manufacturing" and the unemployment of 220 Bahraini employees working there is a "government approach that favors the stranger over the local."
Crown Prince Orders Formation of National Human Rights Committee without Membership of Any Civil Society Institution
The Crown Prince and Prime Minister Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa issued Edict 35/2023 establishing and forming the National Human Rights Committee.
Why Is Public Debt Increasing Despite Rising Oil and Aluminium Prices ? Ibrahim Sharif
Opposition leader Ibrahim Sharif wondered why public debt is rising despite record high oil prices.
Ibrahim Sharif Criticizes MPs Deal to Increase VAT to 10% under Conditional Retiree Salary Increase
Former Secretary General of Wa'ad, Ibrahim Sharif, commented on the Parliament-government agreement that took place yesterday, as the Parliament passed the VAT bill that raised it to 10%, as well as sensitive fundamental amendments to the retirement law.
Dissident Ibrahim Sharif Prevented from Participating in Economic Symposium
Member of the central committee of Wa'ad, Yousif Al-Khaja, said that the Ministry of Justice rejected the participation of Ibrahim Sharif, former Secretary General of Wa'ad, in an economic symposium which was scheduled to be held on Sunday, October 28, 2021 in the Nationalist Democratic Assembly building.
Cassation Court Upholds 6-Month Jail Term against Ibrahim Sharif with Suspension of Verdict
The Cassation Court upheld a 6-month prison term against former Secretary-General of Wa'ad Ibrahim Shairf with the suspension of verdict to 3 years over charge of insulting the ousted Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir.
Ibrahim Sharif Sentence Suspended for 3 Years
The Third High Criminal Court ordered to suspend the execution of the 6-month prison term issued against prominent opposition leader and former Secretary-General of Wa'ad Ibrahim Shairf to 3 years, from the date of issuing the verdict.
Trial of Ibrahim Sharif on Charges of Insulting Sudanese President Adjourned until March 13 for Ruling
The first minor criminal court adjourned trial of prominent dissident Ibrahim Sharif, over which he is accused of insulting Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir, until March 13 for ruling.
Ibrahim Sharif’s Trial on Charges of Insulting Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir Adjourned
The minor criminal court in Bahrain decided on Monday (February 11, 2019) to adjourn the former Wa’ad Society Secretary-General Ibrahim Sharif’s trial over charges of insulting a foreign head of state until February 19 for pleading.
Deputy Secretary-General of Al-Menbar Attacks Bahraini FM for Praising Israeli PM
Deputy Secretary-General of Al-Menbar Islamic Society, political arm for Muslim Brotherhood, Nasser Al-Fadala addressed the Bahraini Minister of Foreign Affairs saying “if someone other than you said these words, we would have demanded to put him under law of “sympathizing” with enemies of nation.
Ibrahim Sharif to Bahraini FM: It is Shame to Praise Enemy on Balfour Promise Anniversary
Wa’ad former Secretary-General Ibrahim Sharif regretted the statements of Bahraini Minister of Foreign Affairs Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa in which he praised the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, considering that it is a “praise for the enemy on an ominous day”.
Appeal Court Refuses Candidacies of 4 MPs who Ironically Voted for Political Isolation Law
The Bahrain Court of Appeal has rejected the nomination of four current members of Parliament: Nabil Al-Belushi, Jalal Kazem, Usama Al-Khaja and Ahmed Qaratah.
Opposition Society Cancels Seminar after Justice Ministry Pressure to Prevent Ibrahim Sharif’s Participation
The Nationalist Democratic Assembly announced the cancellation of a seminar after pressure from the Bahraini Ministry of Justice and Islamic Affairs, which demanded preventing opposition leader Ibrahim Sharif’s participation in the event.
Prosecution Releases Ibrahim Sharif after Accusing him of Insulting Ministry of Information Affairs
The Public Prosecution decided to release Wa’ad former Secretary-General Ibrahim Sharif under guarantee of his place of residence.
Ibrahim Sharif Summoned for Interrogation Next Monday
The security authorities summoned on Tuesday (October 17, 2017) prominent opposition leader and former Secretary-General of National Democratic Action Society (Wa'ad) for interrogation next Monday.
Prosecution Accuses Al-Mosawi, Sharif and Journalist Radhi of Assembly
The Public Prosecution interrogated the two opposition leaders Radhi Al-Mosawi and Ibrahim Sharif as well as journalist Ahmed Radhi and charged them all with “assembly”, aiming at justifying the travel ban against them.
Prominent Opposition Leader Ibrahim Sharif Summoned for Interrogation
Bahraini Public Prosecution summoned, former Wa'ad Society Secretary-General, Ibrahim Sharif for interrogation tomorrow.
Farida Ghulam Stresses: Bahraini Authorities Still Ban Activists from Traveling after HRC Session
Leader in the National Democratic Action Society Wa’ad Society and prominent activist Farida Ghulam stressed that the authorities are still imposing travel ban on activists, although the human rights council session that reviewed Bahrain’s human rights record concluded.