Bahrain’s Education Ministry Says Detained Students Will be Transferred to “Enrollment System”
Bahrain Mirror: Commenting on information stating that about 300 detained students are being deprived of education in schools, the Bahraini Ministry of Education said it is transferring all the detained students to an enrollment system.
Judge from Ruling Family Sentences 6 Accused to 10 Years in Prison for Burning 2 Vehicles belonging to MP Al-Asfoor
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's First High Criminal Court, presided over by judge Mohammad bin Ali Al Khalifa and membership of judges Dia' Huraidi and Issam-Eldeen Mohammad Khalil and Naji Abdullah as secretariat, sentenced 6 accused to 10 years in prison
Al-Wefaq Demands Release of 300 Students as Scholastic Year Nears
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain’s Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society demanded on Thursday (August 3, 2015) the release of about 300 detained students, as school doors open next Sunday.
Disabled Child Sayed Jaafar: They Asked me to Choose a Charge Yet Surprised me with a Bomb-Related Charge
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Early Friday morning on June 26, 2015 (9th of Ramadan), Bahraini security forces launched Indiscriminate house raid campaigns against Al-Qarya village targeting about 15 youths, including disabled child Jaafar Mousa.
Rajab: Bahraini Gov’t Convinced of the Necessity to Find Solution to Crisis
Bahrain Mirror:The prominent human rights defender Nabeel Rajab said that he concluded through his meetings with Bahraini Ministry of Interior officials in prison “that the government is convinced of the necessity to find a solution for this crisis.”
Bahrain Interior Ministry Says Several Suspects Arrested Over Sitra Bomb Blast
Bahrain Mirror:Chief of Bahrain's Public Security Major-General Tariq Al-Hassan said that a number of suspects in the bomb blast that took place in Sitra were taken into custody.
Officer Mocks Detainee Mahmoud Al-Aradi: "Why do You Want to See Your Parents When You Can't See"
"Why do You Want to See Your Parents When You Can't See", this is what a Bahraini police officer mockingly said to detainee Mahmoud Abdullah Al-Aradi when he asked to see his parents after he lost his eyesight because of deliberate medical malpractice by the Jaw Prison administration.