Al-Wefaq: More than 120 HR Violations in Bahrain during April 2023
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society has monitored more than 120 human rights violations in Bahrain during April 2023. The society has documented the arrest of 16 citizens, 10 cases of human rights violations, 83 raids carried out by security forces and the deterioration of health condition of Abdulwahab Hussein.
Health of Detained Former MP Sheikh Hasan Isa Deteriorates on His Fifth Day of Hunger Strike
The health of the detained former MP Sheikh Hasan Isa has reportedly deteriorated as he enters his fifth day of hunger strike to protest ill-treatment at Jaw Central Prison.
Detainee's Wife Addresses Authorities: Treat my Husband before He Gets Paralyzed
The wife of political prisoner, Ali Hasan Hammad, said that her husband has launched a hunger strike after the Jaw Prison administration did not respond to his request for appropriate treatment for the severe pain in his back. She expressed fear that her husband would get paralyzed if he doesn't receive medical care.
Mushaima Starts Hunger Strike, UK Parliamentarian Urges his Gov't to Punish Regime
London-based activist Ali Mushaima announced starting a hunger a strike on (November 23, 2021), in solidarity with detained academic Dr. Abduljalil Al-Singace and to demand the release of his father, Haq Movement leader who is sentenced to life imprisonment.
Hunger Strikers in Hell: Detained Children in Dry Dock Prison Punished by Sleeping on Ground without Pillows and Sheets
Young political detainees in Dry Dock Prison have been on hunger strike for the third consecutive day.
Al-Khawaja Ends his Hunger Strike after Authorities Respond to his Demands
Bahraini activist Zaynab Al-Khawaj announced via her Twitter account that her father "just called" and "told us he has ended his hunger strike".
Zaynab Al-Khawaja via Twitter: "We are Concerned about My Father's Health, We Demand Gov't to Immediately Address Issue"
Human rights activist Zaynab Al-Khawaja wrote a series of tweets about the condition of her father, the leading human rights defender and prisoner of conscience, who is on hunger strike in the regime's prions.
Ali Mushaima Starts Peaceful Protest in front of Bahraini Embassy in London in Solidarity with Abduljalil Al-Singace
Bahraini activist Ali Mushaima started a peaceful protest in front of the Bahraini Embassy in London.
Mushaima Starts One-Week Protest in front of Embassy in London, followed by Hunger Strike in Solidarity with Al-Singace
The Bahraini activist Ali Mushaima announced that he will start a protest on Monday in front of the Bahraini embassy in London for a week and will then launch a hunger strike in solidarity with jailed academic Dr. Abduljalil Al-Singace and to demand the release of his father, Haq Movement leader who is sentenced to life imprisonment.
Mohammad Al-Signace's Health Deteriorates as His Hunger Strike Continues
Detainee Mohammad (Abd Ali) Al-Singace said that his health situation is deteriorating due to his hunger strike.
US Tom Lantos Commission Calls on Bahraini Authorities to Release Dr. Al-Singace
The US Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission called on the Bahraini authorities to release political prisoner Abduljalil Al-Singace, who is on hunger strike.
Haq Movement Leader still Suffering from High Blood Sugar Despite Being Transferred to Hospital 2 Weeks Ago
Human rights activist Ali Mushaima, son of Haq Movement leader Hassan Mushaima who is sentenced to life imprisonment, said that it has been two weeks since his father was admitted to hospital. Tests have proven what we were saying about his health problems that are alarmingly worsening.
Int'l Demands to Release Hunger Strike Detainee Abduljalil Al-Singace
Heba Morayef, Amnesty International's Middle East and North Africa Director, demanded the immediate and unconditional release of detainee Dr. Abduljalil Al-Singace and other prisoners, including Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja and Hassan Mushaima, who were convicted for exercising their right to freedom of expression and assembly.
Health of Hunger Strike Detainee Osama Al-Saghir Deteriorates
Human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh said that the health of Osama Al-Saghir, who is sentenced to 60 years in prison, deteriorated on Tuesday (September 24, 2019). She said Al-Saghir fainted and fell on the ground in the restroom.
On Sidelines of Isolation Prisoners’ Strike: This is What Prominent HR Activist Nabeel Rajab Said about his Experience in Isolation Prison
In an interview with Bahrain Mirror following his release in 2014, prominent human rights activist Nabeel Rajab spoke about his two-year prison experience and explained that the most difficult thing he faced during this time was the isolation prison. At that time (the first arrest in 2012), it wasn't possible to torture the internationally-known human rights activist, especially that he was arrested about one year following the 2011 events and after the issuance of the BICI report. Thus, the authorities resorted to another way in an attempt to break his will.
On Prisoners of Conscience 10th Day of Strike, King Issues Royal Pardon for 250 Indian Prisoners in Honor of Narendra Modi
The photos of woeful women standing in front of the prison gates waiting to visit their sons, husbands, or brothers didn't stir the king's emotions. He didn't order stopping the humiliating searching they are subjected to. He didn't even listen to the appeals of children who called for their fathers' freedom on social media. Not even one political prisoner has been pardoned since 2011. However, the king decided to pardon on Sunday 250 Indian prisoners serving sentences in Bahrain, in honor of the Prime Minister who faces controversy over his anti-Muslim decisions.
Mohammad Sultan: Empty Stomachs and a King Leading Us to the Abyss
Hundreds of prisoners of conscience in Bahrain have launched a hunger strike since August 18, 2019, protesting against the inhumane treatment which violates the most basic international standards for the treatment of prisoners.
Hamburger Joy...Activist Ali Mhanna Lists Facts about Jaw Prison
A stale and cold hamburger sandwich makes prisoners who are served nothing but bad food happy. Thursday night is the prisoners' favorite night, as this cold meal is the reason for their joy.
Prisoners' Hunger Strike Enters 6th Day, Prison Administration Insists on Not Answering Their Demands
The hunger strike battle entered its sixth day, while the Jaw prison administration turns a blind eye to the prisoners' demands, exerts more pressure and threatens them that worse is to come.
Why Are Bahrain’s Prisoners Entering the Hunger Strike Battle?
"It is said that no one truly knows a nation until one has been inside its jails. A nation should not be judged by how it treats its highest citizens, but its lowest ones," says Nelson Mandela.