Prison Sentences Reaching 15 Years against 4 Detainees, including Two children
The High Criminal Court issued on Monday (February 27, 2022) prison sentences against two youths who are less than 18 years old.
Judge of Afghan Origins Issues 10-Year Jail Term against Bahraini Child, 15-Year Jail term against His Elder Brother
The Fourth High Criminal Court, presided over by judge Badr Abdullatif Al Abdalla, issued a 10-year jail term against child Habib Jassim, 17, and a 15-year jail term against his brother, Mohammad Jassim Habib Jassim, 28.
Abdulrahim Jassim: Story of Struggler Sheikh Ali Salman
Sheikh Ali Salman's story is similar to those of the early strugglers, when humans began to write stories of their "struggles" on cave walls and papyrus leaves, when the notion of "documentation", and the idea of "storytelling" and "novels" came to be and when humans began to tell stories of heroism.
Sharifa Siwar Sentenced to One Year in Jail
Security authorities arrested psychologist Sharifa Siwar after she was summoned on Thursday (October 1) to the police station.
Death Sentence against 3 Asians over Deliberate Murder
The Cassation Court upheld death sentence against 3 Asians over deliberate murder. Chief Prosecutor Ali Al-Shuwiakh stated that the Court of Cassation unanimously upheld the execution of three defendants over charge of deliberate murder and theft.
Bahrain: Questioning State's Capabilities in Fighting Coronavirus Deemed "Crime", Cases Exceed 40,000
A statistical observatory predicts that new COVID-19 cases in Bahrain will continue to decline to less than 900 by August 26, 2020.
British Labor Party Condemns UK Gov't Stance: It should not Remain Silent on HR Issues in Bahrain
The British Labor Party condemned the British government's position on the human rights record in Bahrain, after Bahrain's high court upholding death sentences for two pro-democracy activists Mohammad Ramadan and Hussein Mousa.
Hakeem Al-Araibi Urges Australia to Speak out against Mohammad Ramadan and Hussein Mousa's Sentences
Refugee footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi, who was locked up in Bangkok after Bahraini officials pursued him over vandalism charges, urged Australia's Foreign Minister Marise Payne to speak out against the sentences.
Amnesty Calls on Bahrain to Quash Convictions, Death Sentences against Mohammad Ramadan and Hussein Mousa
Bahrain's judiciary has decided to blatantly ignore court evidence of torture in the case of Mohamed Ramadan and Hussein Mousa, and this, despite the repeated violations of the men's right to a fair trial since their arrest over six years ago, amnesty said in a statement.
Story of Sharifa Siwar and Lyrica Pills Case
Sharifa Siwar (who holds a PhD in psychotherapy) doesn't have a lot to hide as she has revealed the source of Lyrica that were being distributed as narcotic pills in Bahrain and exposed the irresponsible way the security and judiciary authorities have dealt with the issue in previous periods.
Salam Expresses Dissatisfaction with what Dean of Bahrain's Lawyers was Subjected to, Demands to Cancel Verdict against Him
Salam Organization for Democracy and Human Rights (SALAM DHR) expressed its dissatisfaction with what is happening to lawyers in Bahrain in terms of restricting, threatening and forming retaliatory cases for their role in supporting truth and justice.
Cassation Court Upholds Death Sentences against Political Detainees Zuheir Ibrahim and Hussein Abdullah
The Cassation Court upheld on Monday (June 15, 2020) death sentences against political detainees Zuheir Ibrahim Jassim and Hussein Abdullah Rashid. There are now 11 citizens in Bahrain facing final death sentence pending the ratification of the King of Bahrain.
Cassation Court Upholds Death Sentence against Political Detainee Zuheir Ibrahim
The Cassation Court upheld on Monday (June 15, 2020) death sentence against political detainee Zuheir Ibrahim Jassim. He is the ninth to face final death sentence pending the ratification of the King of Bahrain.
Bahraini Youth Receives 3-Year Jail Term over Charge of "Burning Israeli Flag"
The First High Criminal Appeals Court rejected the challenge of a defendant convicted with riots after taking part, along with others, in a peaceful protest, in support of the Palestinian cause and burning the Israeli flag and other movables. The court upheld a 3-year jail term against the defendant over the charges brought against him.
Life Term Handed down to 8 Arrested within Group of 32 Accused of "Forming Terrorist Group"
The First High Criminal Court issued its rulings in case of forming a terrorist group affiliated with (14 February Coalition and Al-Wafa Islamic Party) and joining it.
Court Issues Jail Terms Ranging between 3 and 10 Years against 11 Detainees
A Bahraini court issued today (Thursday, July 11, 2019) jail terms ranging between 3 and 10 years against 11 citizens over political charges.
Court Sentences 4 Children from Diraz to 3 Years in Jail
A court issued on Thursday (July 11, 2019) 3-year jail verdict against 4 children from Diraz over political charges.
Bahrain Court Refuses to Grant Jailed Activist Rajab A Non-Custodial Sentence
A Bahraini court has refused to grant the jailed human rights activist Nabeel Rajab a non-custodial sentence instead of the jail terms he currently serving, his lawyer said on Monday.
Authorities Re-arrest Dozens of Political Defendants in Diraz Sit-in Case
Judge Ebrahim Al-Zayed ordered the arrest of about 30 Bahrainis from the political defendants whom the first-instance court had issued prison terms against in Diraz sit-in case. The defendants were among those who attended the first appeals hearings held on Monday (April 1, 2019).
Hakeem Al-Araibi Denounces Australian Support to Salman Al Khalifa in his Candidacy for AFC Presidency
Football player Hakeem Al-Araibi condemned Australia's support for the re-election of Asian Football Confederation president Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al Khalifa.