GIDHR: INTERPOL Has Become Dangerous… Activists Handed over to Regime Tortured
The GIDHR issued a study entitled "Pursuit Beyond the Borders...We will Get You Wherever You Are" . The study sheds light on one of the methods the Bahraini authority uses to target opponents abroad. It also documents the danger that threatens individuals even after seeking asylee status that secures them protection.
GCHR: Campaign Demanding Release of Prisoners
The Gulf Centre for Human Rights (GCHR) and over a dozen human rights groups are working together on a public campaign and related advocacy for the release of prisoners of conscience.
Ali Muhanna Forced to Sign Pledge not to Participate in Rallies Demanding Release of Detainees: BFHR
Bahrain Forum for Human Rights said that the security authorities forced educational activist Ali Muhanna to sign a pledge not to participate in peaceful rallies demanding the release of prisoners of conscience. Muhanna was arbitrary arrested on Sunday (November 21, 2021) from one of Al-Daih streets.
Religious Leaders, Martyrs' Families Show Solidarity with Al-Singace
Religious leaders and families of martyrs paid a visit to family of detainee Abduljalil Al-Singace, who has been on hunger strike for more than 130 days, to express solidarity with him.
Third Campaign to Save Bahraini Academic Abduljalil Al-Singace's Life: More than 130 Days of Hunger Strike
Dr. Abduljalil Al-Singace, who has been on hunger strike for more than four months, continues his hunger strike to protest against the confiscation of his research, which he spent four years writing. Bahraini activists have launched a social media campaign in support of the case of Al-Singace, whose life has become in danger.
Al-Khawaja Starts Hunger Strike against Preventing him from Making Calls
Prominent human rights activist Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja announced launching a hunger strike against preventing him from calling his family. Calls are the only means he can use to stay in contact with his family after visits were stopped due to Coronavirus.
Al-Tamimi from his Prison Cell: Prisoners Release is in Kuwait's Interest
In his first audio recording from his prison cell, former MP Osama Al-Tamimi said that the Amiri pardon to release Kuwaiti prisoners is in Kuwait's interest.
Police Attack Detainees in Jaw Prison: Activists
Social media activists said that the police in Jaw Prison attacked detainees who refused to enter their prison cells.
Safaa Al-Khawaja: Blind Prisoner Jaafar Maatouk has Long Story with Pain
The blind prisoner, Jaafar Maatouk, has a story full of pain and cruelty. He is blind, unable to move and cannot live inside prison.
"Min Ahl Al-Jannah" Book Launched Marking 1st Anniv. of Martyr Kadhem Abbas Al-Sehlawi
Marking the first anniversary of martyr Kadhem Abbas Al-Sehlawi, "Min Ahl Al-Jannah" book was launched yesterday (February 5, 2021).
Does the NIHR Care for the Sentiments of Sheikh Zuheir Ashour's Family?
It has been 6 months since contact was lost with imprisoned Sheikh Zuheir Ashour. This long period of time didn't push the National Institute for Human Rights (NIHR) to reveal Sheikh Ashour's fate or situation inside prison, where he is serving a 75-year prison term.
In Overcrowded Cells, Bahrain's Political Prisoners Fear Coronavirus Threat
When jailed Bahraini activist Abdullah Habeeb Swar developed a bad cough that lasted several days, his 14 cell mates feared he might have contracted the coronavirus and would spread it through their overcrowded wing.
Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim Calls for Releasing Prisoners, Warns of Complications of Epidemic Outbreak in Prisons
Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim called for releasing political prisoners in Bahrain amid threats of COVID19 on their lives.
King Hamad Pardons 901 Inmates
King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued a royal decree pardoning 901 inmates for humanitarian reasons, in the backdrop of the current circumstances.
Mass Releases of Political Detainees who have Few Days or Months Left of their Prison Terms
Bahrainis were surprised on Wednesday (March 11) with the release of a large group of convicts over political background.
Multiple Sclerosis Patient Detainee Mohammad Faraj Released after 5 Years in Prison
The security authorities released today (Wednesday, January 22, 2020) at dawn multiple sclerosis patient detainee, Mohammad Faraj, after spending more than 5 years in prison.
Retinal Detachment Patient Detainee Hussein Abdulaziz Released Two and Half Month before Finishing his Prison Term
The security authorities released today (Wednesday, January 22, 2020) detainee, Hussein Abdulaziz Al-Marri, who is sentenced to 5 years in jail in a political motivated case.
A Bahraini Night: Between Cries of Abbas Al-Samie’s Mother and Celebration of Country’s Team Win
Thursday night (December 6, 2019), while Bahrainis were enjoying a pleasure that clouded some of the awfulness of their unfortunate situation when their national team was qualified for the finals of Gulf Cup 19, there was a different scene taking place in a small Bahraini village, Al-Sanabis, village of martyr Abbas Al-Samei.
New Austerity Measures on Jaw Prisoners: Medication Unavailable, Prisoners Forced to Buy Medicines at Own Expenses
It seems that the Jaw Prison Administration is practicing new austerity measures and is violating the prisoners’ rights and need for treatment and medicine. Prisoners reported that medicines whose prices don’t exceed 7BD will not be available at the prison’s clinic and that convicts have to buy them from outside prison at their own expense.
Detainee Ali Al-Ghanemi Demands Investigating Attack They Suffered in Building 13 in Jaw Prison
Detainee Ali Al-Ghanemi demanded the competent parties to take action in order to save him as well as the other political prisoners who are being ill-treated and tortured due to demanding their rights.