Editorial: Jamal Fakhro and His False Public Testimony
Jamal Fakhro, a member of Bahrain's appointed Shura Council, attempted to conceal something of massive importance. He has made repeated attempts to silence European parliamentarians who have raised concerns about political prisoners in Bahrain, particularly the prominent activist Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja, during the IPU conference.
10 Years after BICI Report, Bahrain Only Applied One Recommendation out of 26 (BCHR)
In a detailed report on the tenth anniversary of the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry report, the Bahrain Center for Human Rights said the full and honest implementation of the BICI 26 recommendations was supposed to pave the way for a new era in Bahrain, however, Bahrain is still in turmoil.
Al-Wefaq Welcomes Any Pressure on Bahraini Authorities to Respect Human Rights
Al-Wefaq former MP Ali Al-Aswad commented on the US Department of State spokesman saying that "we listened to the US Department of State spokesman on the issue of human rights council members and that there is no place in the council for any state that violates these rights."
On 8th Anniv. of Bassiouni Report, 3 Bahraini Org. Call on Bahraini Gov't to Launch Genuine, Comprehensive National Reconciliation
Three Bahraini organizations, Bahrain Interfaith, the Bahrain Press Association and the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, issued today (November 23, 2019) a statement in London on the eighth anniversary of the issuance of the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry's report "Bassiouni report".
On World Human Rights Day Al-Wefaq Says: Violations in Bahrain Expanded following Bassiouni Report
Al-Wefaq issued a statement on the World Human Rights Day, December 10, in which it stressed that BICI monitored 55 kinds of violations in 2011 only, but the Bahraini regime expanded the types and forms of violations following the issuance of the Bassiouni report.
Head of Most Famous Report in Bahrain’s History Meets his End, Leaves Mark on Memories of Bahrainis
Since 2011, everyone in Bahrain, whether young or old, knew who Mahmoud Cherif Bassiouni was. At one time, he was deemed a mark of condemnation against the regime, and at other times, a sign of the controversy surrounding the truth of what was still taking place in the country.
Bahrainis Recall Bassiouni's Report after his Death: Report Died Way before his Death
The demise of international law professor Mahmoud Cherif Bassiouni reminded Bahrainis of his 2011 report on Bahrain, which social actors believe could have been a road map leading Bahrain out of the crisis, but things went down differently.
Bassiouni Ends his Bahraini Journey, which Started on June 29, 2011: Government Implemented only 10 Recommendations
Bahraini Government claims that it implemented the 26 recommendations, but a number of states and organizations as well as the President of the Commission himself say otherwise.
BICI Report Spoke of Qatar Mediation to Resolve Bahraini Crisis
Why the need to make such efforts to desperately “expose” Qatar, when the BICI report had already addressed in 2011 the fact that Qatar attempted to play the role of the mediator in the political crisis in Bahrain.
National Security Agency Granted “Law Enforcement” Status, In Violation of BICI Recommendations
First attorney general, Ahmad Al Dosari, said that Decree No. 1 of 2017 amending some provisions of Decree No. 14 of 2002 pertaining to establishing the National Security Agency, granted the agency officers and members the status of “law enforcement officers”.
Bahrain's Ruling Family: There’s No Shame in Insulting Our People
Deputy Public Security Head Khalifa bin Ahmad Al Khalifa decided to deactivate his Instagram account, following scandal that involved him insulting Shiite citizens of his country.