From Archives of Bloody Thursday Dawn: This is What Doctors Experienced on Feb. 17, 2011
The shattering and disdainful event can never be erased from memory, despite the coverups and intimidation. Unless addressed, it will be recalled every time differently, and its victims will continue to recharge themselves year after year to come back to the surface.
Authorities Release Three Children Arrested on Ninth Ann. of Feb. 14 Uprising
Activists said that the security authorities released 3 children who were arrested on the ninth anniversary of February 14 uprising. The authorities accused the 3 children of assembling and suspended them for one week pending investigation.
Greetings to our Crowds on their Effective Participation on Feb. 14 Ann. (Al-Wefaq)
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society expressed "sincere greetings, appreciation and gratitude to the great people of Bahrain, with all its men, women, young people and elders for their active participation in the ninth anniversary of the popular movement in Bahrain."
Bahrain on 9th Anniversary of Feb. 14 Uprising: A Wasteland with No Future
Nine years have passed since the eruption of the February 14 uprising. Only the name of Bahrain is left untouched; as the country has turned into a police state devoid of any political parties, opposition, independent civil organizations, a powerful legislative authority, journalists, voices, opinions or freedoms. It has become a country with no future.
SALAM President: Int'l Community Called upon to Oblige Bahrain to Stick to its HR Commitments
The president of Salam for Democracy and Human Rights, Jawad Fairooz, said during a press conference that the international community is required to oblige the government of Bahrain to adhere to the human rights obligations and international conventions it has ratified.
Sheikh Al-Daihi in Television Interview: Peaceful Approach is Strategic Choice, Sheikh Ali Salman Key to Dialogue and Solution
Al-Wefaq Deputy Secretary-General Sheikh Hussein Al-Daihi confirmed that the Bahraini opposition's determination to stick to a peaceful approach is a strategic choice and not subjected to circumstances.
GIDHR: 23 Citizens at Risk of Execution in Bahrain's Prisons
Fatima Yazbek, the head of the Committee on Reports and Studies at GIDHR, said in a press conference on Thursday (February 13, 2020) in the Lebanese Capital, Beirut, that "until the moment of writing this report, there still are 23 Bahrainis at risk of execution in Bahrain's prisons after they have exhausted all legal ways."