Bahraini Youth Day: King's Son Should Take Actions, Not Only Put out Words
How can a young Bahraini seriously accept March 25th of each year to be called Bahrain Youth Day, when the youths of the island kingdom find that the state deprives them of their most basic rights to education and employment?
Bahraini Gov't to Companies: Trade in Occupied (Crimea) Ukrainian Lands Prohibited yet Allowed in Palestinian Lands
On July 13, 2021, a remote meeting was held between the godfather of the Bahraini Foreign Ministry Abdullah bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, with First Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine, Emine Dzhaparova. During the meeting, Al Khalifa stressed Manama's support for the unity of the Ukrainian territories.
Iran Missiles that Targeted Erbil Message to Bahrain
On March 14, a house near the US consulate in Erbil was hit by a barrage of ballistic missiles in the early hours of dawn. It was not known at first who was the group that launched them, but Iraqi security agencies confirmed shortly after the incident that the missiles were fired from outside the border.
Minority Shia Living Worst Periods in Saudi Arabia: 122 Shiites Killed in Era of Salman and his Son
When the Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz assumed power on January 23, 2015, the Shiite minority living in the eastern region of the country didn't know that this era would be the worst they have ever experienced.
Saudi Executions: Real Face of the West and Mohammed bin Salman
The death penalty is not a punishment as much as it is an ultimatum, as it aims to create a state of terror closer to being a punishment than the state of guilt, and when its victims are dead, the smell of blood is used as a means of warning the living.
Bahrain Gained Additional BD 600 Million Due to Oil Prices Hike Last Year... Where does this Money Go?
Oil prices increased significantly last year, compared to what the government adopted in the state budget, which raises the same questions repeated annually about the fate of the amounts collected as a result of the price increase.
Abdullah Al Khalifa Blandisher for Israel and Lacks Diplomacy: Was Mossad Spying on Bahraini Dissidents in Manama?
Bahrain Foreign Ministry Undersecretary, Abdullah bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, made sure to appear during the seminar that lasted for one hour and 3 minutes, and which was held on the sidelines of Munich for Security Conference, as a cheeky Zionist, and made a clear effort to endear the audience to his new Zionist doctrine.
Bahrain: Stage for Israeli Operations against Iran, Why Didn't Regime Learn Anything from Ukrainian Crisis?
Since Bahrain signed the normalization agreement with the Israeli entity, it was noticed that the regime has been, unprecedentedly, rushing to consolidate and build relations quickly. It became clear that Bahrain's ruling family has decided to build a rapid and close alliance with Israel, of an unequivocal military/security nature.
New Pegasus Hackings: Gov't Hacks Phones of Al-Tajer, Siwar and Bahraini Journalist (Report by two organizations)
Citizen Lab and Red Line for Gulf announced in a joint report that the Bahraini authorities hacked, once again, Bahraini activists with Pegasus just days after a report confirming other victims.
This is How Khalil Al-Halwachi Spent 7 Years, 5 Months in Prison
Imprisonment is deemed one of the hardest experiences in a human's life; when the authorities decide for one reason or another to hold a person behind iron bars, depriving one of freedom or seeing one's loved ones.
100 Years on Bahrain's First Uprising
On February 6, 1922, thousands of Bahraini Shiites (Baharna) staged a crowded protest in Manama bazaar and confronted a group of Fidawis who were holding a man from Bilad Al-Qadeem and beating him brutally.
Who's Making Prisoner Akbar Ali Suffer Psychological Problems?
This is a special story which the world needs to know. It is the story of Akbar Ali, born in 1994, in Bilad Al-Qadeem-the prisoner who has treated and overcome his psychological problems more than once; however, unfortunately, someone is pushing him to these problems again.
Ahmed Jaafar Held in Isolated Building, Subjected to Torture
On January 24, it was confirmed that the Serbian authorities extradited Bahraini dissident Ahmed Jaafar, after detaining him for two months, to Bahrain despite a ruling issued by the European Human Rights Court postponing the verdict.
Why We Should Fear for Ahmed Jaafar's Life
All indications raise concerns about the safety of Ahmed Jaafar, 49, after Bahrain received him following his deportation from Serbia, and nothing can ease these fears until he is allowed to meet his family and his lawyer is allowed to attend his interrogation sessions.
Saudi Arabia Manages the Gulf through Coordination Councils after Failure of GCC Working System
It is not a secret that Bahrain and the UAE are not satisfied with the Saudi push for reconciliation with Qatar, and their forced entry into this reconciliation during the Gulf Summit held in January 2021.
Arrest is a Graduation Gift in Bahrain: Story of Hasan Al-Jamri
The Bahraini security authorities released Hasan Ahmed Jaafar Al-Jamri, and although this release coincided with the issuance of a special pardon decree for 105 prisoners, Al-Jamri was released under the alternative penalty law.
Why is Bahrain Creating a Political Crisis with Lebanon?
The conference held by Al-Wefaq to launch a human rights report in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, is not the first Bahraini opposition activity, and will not be its last, of course. However, we can say that this conference included no provocation to the regime in Bahrain that would evoke all this alerting.
Examples of Bahraini Regime's Animosity against Lebanon and its People
The manner in which the Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati is dealing with how his country and people are being treated by some Gulf states is unhonorable, to say the least. The man is almost kissing the feet of the Sheikhs openly.
The Criminal Act Continues
On January 19, 2010, during a joint press conference that included the Services Committee of the House of Representatives, the Commission of Inquiry into Land Reclamation and the Bahrain Fishermen's Association, late Waheed Al-Dosari described the land reclamation operations as a "criminal act".
Scandal in Norway: Organizations Headed by Senior Officials Received Money in Return for Granting Khalifa bin Salman Award
A report published by the Dagbladet newspaper on a Norwegian Organization granting an international award to the former Bahraini Prime Minister Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa in return for money has been the main topic in the political and media circles in the Norwegian capital.