Al-Wefaq Calls on Bahrain Authorities Not to Retaliate against Prisoners: What They're Subjected to is a Crime
Commenting on the increasing demands of prisoners to improve the living conditions in Bahraini prisons, Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society said that what political prisoners are being subjected to is a crime and constitutes a threat to the lives of political prisoners.
After 8 Years, Who's in the Right: The King or Sheikh Ali Salman?
The arrest of opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman on December 28, 2014 was a political decision, as the ruling family believed that the apprehension of the last remaining figures of the opposition would lead to the complete liquidation of the opposition on the political level.
What if Sheikh Ali Salman Refused to Receive Hamad bin Jassim's Call in 2011?
After the two ministers sat with the king, it was decided that Hamad bin Jassim would make a phone call, on behalf of the Gulf Cooperation Council states, to the Secretary-General of the Al-Wefaq Society, Sheikh Ali Salman, and this indeed took place. It was a public and completely open call, and made with the permission of the Manama authorities. This was later confirmed by Hamad bin Jassim during a television interview.
Al-Wefaq: Bahrain's Sham Elections Failed, Further Repression and Violations Expected in Coming Period
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society issued a statement in which it said that the "Bahraini regime conducted a sham election process amid political repression and flagrant human rights violations, while violations and harassment are expected to increase in the coming period."
Al-Wefaq Condemnds Terrorist Blast in Istanbul
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society condemned the terrorist blast that targeted safe people and left 6 killed and dozens injured in Istanbul on Sunday, November 13.
Percentage of Participation in Sham Elections Didn't exceed 35%: Al-Wefaq Deputy S-G
Sheikh Hussein Al-Daihi, deputy Secretary-General of Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, the largest opposition group, pointed out that the participation rate in the elections did not exceed 35%, despite the official coercion and intimidation to force everyone to participate.
Al-Wefaq Deputy S-G: Scene of Naturalized Voting in Pakistan Frightening, Bahrain Experiences Terrifying Downturn
Sheikh Hussein Al-Daihi said that the regime has plunged Bahrain into unfair living conditions that have exhausted the people. There is no way out of them except through a serious political plan, not empty promises decorated by the media.
Sheikh Al-Daihi: Bahraini People are Conscious, Will Boycott Elections
Al-Wefaq Deputy Secretary-General confirmed that the Bahraini opposition forces, as a whole, abroad, at home and behind bars, announced boycotting the parliamentary elections, because of the dictatorship of the regime and marginalization of the people.
Opposition Leader from Prison: I Appreciate Sheikh of Al-Azhar’s Call for Dialogue, We are Ready to Hold this Dialogue
Bahraini opposition leader and Al-Wefaq Secretary-General, Sheikh Ali Salman, sent a letter from his prison cell to his eminence Sheikh of Al-Azhar regarding the call he launched during "Bahrain Forum for Dialogue: East and West for Human Coexistence".
139 Reasons to Boycott Bahrain's Sham Elections: Al-Wefaq
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society issued a booklet containing 139 reasons to boycott the sham parliamentary election held by the regime, amid a suffocating constitutional, political and human rights crisis.
Pope of Vatican Urges King, Crown Prince to Turn Page of 2011 Crisis, Resolve Prisoners' File
Al-Wefaq announced that his Holiness, the Pope of Vatican, discussed with Bahrain's King and Crown Prince, separately, the necessary to turn the page of 2011 crisis, urging them to stop sectarian discrimination and achieve justice and equity at all levels.
Al-Wefaq: We Consider Pope's Demands National Document for Tolerance and Pluralism
Al-Wefaq, Bahrain's largest opposition society, announced its support for "what was mentioned in Pope Francis speech on Bahrain's need for the practical implementation of the set of rules and foundations related to freedoms, cessation of discrimination and respect for human rights."
Al-Wefaq Condemns Terrorist Attack on Shah Cheragh Shrine in Shiraz
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society condemned the brutal terrorist act that targeted the Shah Cheragh Shrine in the southern Iranian city of Shiraz on Wednesday.
6 Bahraini Opposition Forces to Boycott Elections
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, Islamic Action Society, Al-Wafa'a Islamic Party, February 14 Coalition, Bahrain Freedom Movement and Haq Movement for Liberty and Democracy announced boycotting the parliamentary and municipal elections to be held on November 12.
Al-Wefaq Deputy Secretary-General: Voting for this Parliament is in Support of Normalization Decision with Israeli Entity
Al-Wefaq Deputy Secretary General Sheikh Hussein Al-Daihi said during a television interview that "the regime is living in popular isolation and because of fears of American retreat, it resorted to Zionist protection and in doing so they sold the homeland, drowned it and threatened its interests."
On Int'l Day of Democracy: Al-Wefaq Says Bahraini Authorities Prevent Tens of Thousands from Participating in Elections
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society said that the Bahraini authorities prevented citizens from political participation, noting that the country returned to the worst political reality since before independence.
Al-Wefaq: Boycotting Coming Elections is National Mission
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society issued a statement announcing that boycotting the formal coming elections has become a "national mission".
What Sheikh Hamza Al-Dairy who was Deported with Late Al-Sitri has to Say
The relationship between the two men lasted even after returning to Bahrain in 1992, before the Bahraini authorities deported them abroad due to their opposition to the ruling family's policies.
Al-Wefaq Holds "Day of Betrayal" Event in Beirut: Our Country Sold our Land to Satan, Palestine's our Central Cause
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society organized on Friday in Beirut a symbolic vigil entitled "Day of Betrayal: The Normalization Agreement" on the second anniversary of the signing of the normalization agreement between the Bahraini regime and Zionist enemy.
On "Day of Betrayal", Sheikh Al-Daihi Says Regime Attempts to Obliterate Manama Identity
Deputy Secretary General of Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, Sheikh Hussein Al-Daihi, said the Bahraini regime seeks to Judaize the country and obliterate the identity of the capital, Manama, which is "known for its authentic history."