Protests in Bahrain Demanding Release of Political Detainees
Hundreds of citizens took part on (Friday, September 27, 2019) in protests held in different areas across Bahrain, including Manama, demanding the release of political detainees.
Proof Confessions Extracted Under Duress: Political Prisoner Acquitted of Attacking Armored Vehicle Charge despite Another Prisoner’s Confession
After unjustly spending two years in prison, a Bahraini court acquitted a political prisoner of charges of attacking, along with other unknown suspects, a security armored vehicle using Molotov cocktails in Al-Shakhoura in 2016, and abolished a 7-year prison sentence issued against him. The prisoner's name was mentioned in the confessions of another prisoner.
Angry Protests staged across Bahrain Rejecting Life Sentence Issued against Opposition Leader, Normalization with Israel
Hundreds of citizens took part in angry protests rejecting the life sentence issued by the appeals court against opposition leader and Al-Wefaq secretary-general Sheikh Ali Salman. Protestors also condemned the government’s normalization attempts with Israel.
Protests staged across Bahrain Calling for Elections Boycott
Hundreds of citizens took part in peaceful protests calling for boycott of Parliamentary and municipal elections organized by the authorities next month.
Bahrain: 14 Citizens Arrested in Vast Security Campaign in Al-Shakhoura and Abu Saiba at Dawn
Bahraini security authorities affiliated to ministry of interior launched a wide campaign today at dawn in Abu Saiba, Al-Shakhoura and nearby villages, arresting at least 14 citizens.
Court Sentences 7 Suspects to 7 Years in Prison over Attacking Armored Vehicle Affiliated to MoI in Shakhoura
: The fourth high criminal court sentenced 7 suspects to 7 years in prison and acquitted 3 others in a case linked to attacking a police armored vehicle in Shakoura and injuring a security man.
Appeals Court Upholds Life-Imprisonment against 3 Defendants over Detonating Bomb in Al-Shakhoura
The Supreme Appeals Court upheld a first-degree verdict sentencing defendants to life-imprisonment over detonating a bomb in Al-Shakhoura that, according to the authorities’ claims, left an injured policeman.