Bahrain Resumes Diplomatic Representation at Ambassadors level with Lebanon
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that the Kingdom of Bahrain has decided to resume diplomatic representation at the level of ambassadors with the Lebanon.
Lebanese Forces Leader Says Holding Conferences for Bahraini Opposition in Beirut Harms Lebanese National Interests
Lebanese Forces Leader Samir Geagea said that holding conferences for the Bahraini opposition, the Saudi opposition or the Yemeni Ansar Allah group harms Lebanese national interests.
Saudi Arabia and Bahrain: Criticizing us through Media is "Terrorism", Lebanese Inetrior Minister Promises Crackdown
Lebanese Minister of Interior and Municipalities Basam Mawlawi, pledged in front of his Arab counterparts to crackdown on critics of the Gulf states, while Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz and Bahraini King Hamad bin Isa considered criticizing their policy through media outlets and seminars "terrorist acts".
Lebanese Interior Minister Informs Risalat not to Hold Events for Bahraini Opposition
After consulting with PM Najib Mikati, Minister of Interior Bassam Mawlawi said that he sent two books to both the Directorate General of Internal Security Forces and the General Directorate of State Security asking them to inform Risalat hall not to hold two events for the Bahraini opposition on February 14 and 15.
Bahraini Opposition to Commemorate Feb 14 Uprising in Lebanon
Baqer Darwish, president of Bahrain Forum for Human Rights, stressed that the Bahraini opposition respects the Lebanese state and its laws, and confirmed that the two events that will be organized by Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society and February 14 Coalition will be held at Risalat Hall, in Lebanon, on February 14 and 15.
Lebanese Interior Minister Issues Directives Banning Two Events for Bahraini Opposition
The Lebanese Interior Minister issued directives banning Bahraini opposition from holding two events in one of Lebanon's hotels, on the anniversary of February 14 uprising in Bahrain.
Al-Wefaq Holds Event in Beirut Marking February 14 Uprising 11th Anniversary
Lebanese media outlets said that Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, Bahrain's largest opposition society, will hold an event in Beirut commemorating the eleventh anniversary of the February 14 uprising.
Why is Bahrain Creating a Political Crisis with Lebanon?
The conference held by Al-Wefaq to launch a human rights report in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, is not the first Bahraini opposition activity, and will not be its last, of course. However, we can say that this conference included no provocation to the regime in Bahrain that would evoke all this alerting.
Int'l Human Rights Activists Criticize Lebanese Interior Minister's Decision: It's Illegal to Deport any Dissident
A member of the Lebanese National Human Rights Institution said that the Lebanese Minister of Interior took his decision "regarding the deportation of Al-Wefaq members amid silence of government institutions and others, particularly the Ministry of Justice".
BPA Condemns Bahrain Gov't Targeting of Dissidents and Pursuing them Abroad
Bahrain Press Association (BPA) condemned the Bahraini government targeting of political dissidents and human rights defenders and the ongoing pursuing policies and their extension outside the country.
After Directing to Deport Al-Wefaq Members, Lebanon's National Human Rights Institution Calls on Gov't to Respect Principle of Non-Refoulement
Following the Lebanese Interior Minister directives to deport Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society members outside Lebanon, the Lebanese National Human Rights Institution called on the government to respect the principle of non-refoulement.
Bahrain Appoints Ali Al Mahmoud as Charge D'affaires in Lebanon
Bahrain appointed a chargé d'affaires for its office in the Lebanese capital, Beirut.
Known Supporter of Bahraini People, Lebanese Sheikh Ahmad Al-Zein Dies
Sheikh Ahamd Al-Zein, the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Association of Muslim Scholars and a former Sharia judge in the Lebanese city of Sidon, died in a heart stroke.
Was Al-Bilad Newspaper Account Actually Hacked to Announce its Recovery?
On Sunday (September 13, 2020), Al-Bilad newspaper, owned by Prime Minister's son Ali bin Khalifa, said that the limited edition newspaper managed to recover its Twitter account, four weeks after being hacked.
Hezbollah: Bahraini Regime's Recognition of Zionist Entity is Great Betrayal of Palestinian Cause
Hezbollah condemned the Bahraini regime's recognition of the Zionist occupation entity and approval of normalization of ties with it, considering it a "great betrayal" of the Palestinian people.
Saudi Embassy in Lebanon Accuses Bahraini Al-Bilad Newspaper of Fabricating Statement Attributed to Saudi Ambassador
The Saudi Embassy in Lebanon attacked the Bahraini Al-Bilad newspaper accusing it of fabricating news attributed to Saudi Ambassador Walid Al-Bukhari, stressing that it reserves its right to take legal action against the newspaper.
Bahraini Authorities Underestimate Lebanon's Pains after Explos by Sending "Fashionista" to Express Solidarity
Bahrain has found no one but a boorish "Fashionista" to head a delegation to Lebanon to stand in solidarity with the civilian victims of Beirut's port explosion. Omar Farouq, a government-backed social media celebrity, stood to take self-portraits with the remains of the wreckage as if he were on a vacation. "I can't believe my eyes," he wrote in the Lebanese slang language.
Ayatollah Qassim Calls for Solidarity to help Lebanon and its People
Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim, the highest religious authority in Bahrain, called for solidarity with Lebanon and its people after the massive explosion in Beirut.
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".
Bahraini People Stand in Solidarity with Lebanese People, Regime Loyalists Lack Respect and Humanity: Beirut Blast
Millions of people around the world are still traumatized by the tragic explosion that rocked the Lebanese capital of Beirut on Wednesday, August 4, 2020.