Will Nasser bin Hamad Become First Military Security Man in Bahrain?
The centrality of the Bahraini King's son Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, 32 years, is increasing day after day and so is his presence in the Bahraini military, security and service fields, especially after the King issued a royal order 54/2019 appointing him as a National Security Advisor.
King of Bahrain Issues Royal Order Appointing His Son Nasser as National Security Adviser
Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued a royal order appointing his son Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa as National Security Adviser.
“Inciters of Online Chaos”: Who’s the National Security Torturer and Who’s the Madman?
A Bahraini Interior Minister announcement including photos and names of people, dubbed “inciters” of online chaos on social media, raised questions about their identities.
Bahrain Gov’t Allocates 68 Million BD to National Security Apparatus "Involved in Torture"
The Bahraini government has allocated more than 68 million dinars to the National Security Apparatus (NSA), which is involved in serious human rights violations, according to reports by Bahraini human rights organizations.
Bahrain’s National Security Summons around 40 Activists, who were All Subjected to Torture & Ill-treatment
National Security Apparatus (NSA) summoned about 40 human rights defenders and political activists for interrogation.
Tweeter Yousef Al-Jamri to Lodge Complaint against his Torturers at National Security Apparatus
Yousef Al-Jamri confirmed that he was heading to the Office of the Inspector-General to lodge a complaint against his NSA torturers.
Tweeter Asks Bahrain King Protection from National Security Service
Bahraini sent video on Twitter addressing Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, asking the monarch to offer him protection from the National Security Apparatus (NSA).
Report about Torture Crimes in Bahrain Reveals Part of What Happens in NSA Building (Muharraq Security Complex)
Five human rights organizations issued a report about torture in Bahrain in which they recounted the patterns of systematic torture practiced against political prisoners in Bahraini prisons and the activists summoned by the Intelligence to force them stop their activities.
Sheikh Hassan Sultan's Son Released Early Dawn Saturday
The National Security Apparatus (NSA) released early dawn Saturday (June24, 2017) Mohammad Sultan, son of Bahraini opposition figure, Sheikh Hassan Sultan.
Sheikh Hassan Sultan’s Son tortured to Work for National Security Apparatus
: Among its efforts to recruit activists and their relatives to work for its sake, the National Security Apparatus summoned Mohammad Sultan, son of the former Al-Wefaq MP Sheikh Hassan Sultan.
National Security Apparatus Attempts to Force Rights Activist Abduljalil Youssef to Stop HR Activism
Head of SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights, Sayed Yousef Al-Mohafdha, said that the National Security Apparatus released Abduljalil Youssef, after four hours of interrogation.
Activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh Admitted to Hospital due to Nervous Breakdown after 8 Hours of Interrogations
Human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh was admitted to hospital on Friday (May 26, 2017) due to nervous breakdown after 8 hours of interrogation by the national security apparatus.
High Criminal Court Acquits Adel Flayfel of Indictment in Trust Betrayal Case
The Second High Criminal Court acquitted former colonel in the National Security Apparatus, Adel Flayfel after a first tier court previously indicted Flayfel, and sentenced him to 3 years in prison, in a “betrayal of trust” case.
Ireland Refuses Request to Arrest Bahraini Attorney General Ali Al-Buainain
The Belfast Telegraph website stated that “the Irish Judge Grainne O'Neill refused the request to order the Bahraini Attorney General, Ali Al-Buainain, to appear on complaints of torture, conspiracy to torture and aiding and abetting torture.”