Why Did the Saudi Foreign Minister Disregard the Manama Dialogue Forum?
For some reason, Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa missed the opening of the Manama Dialogue 2021, organized annually by Bahrain in cooperation with the International Institute for Strategic Studies, and sent one of his deputies (Mohammed bin Mubarak) in his place.
Figure Accused of Committing Major HR Violations Delivers Opening Speech at Manama Dialogue
It is said that birds of a feather flock together. This applies to politics as well. Bahrain gave the task of delivering the opening speech of the Manama Dialogue Forum to a minister involved in vast human rights violations in his country.
Dismissals of Previous Reign Continues, Son-in-Law of Former PM Dismissed from Interior Ministry
As the King did last May, when he quietly issued a circular to adjust the sizes of official photos, removing those of late Khalifa bin Salman from ministries and other institutions, he did the same on Monday (November 15), and removed a hefty portion of his uncle's legacy.
Demon of Civil Service Bureau, Is Physics a Rare Specialty in Bahrain?
Bahrain's unemployment crisis cannot be addressed without a political decision. The crisis of the unemployed in Bahrain is political, caused by the senior officials who are responsible for managing state affairs.
Third Campaign to Save Bahraini Academic Abduljalil Al-Singace's Life: More than 130 Days of Hunger Strike
Dr. Abduljalil Al-Singace, who has been on hunger strike for more than four months, continues his hunger strike to protest against the confiscation of his research, which he spent four years writing. Bahraini activists have launched a social media campaign in support of the case of Al-Singace, whose life has become in danger.
Economic Healing: How could we Heal if the Government is Sick?
A symposium at the Nationalist Democratic Assembly building, where economist Ibrahim Sharif was supposed to take part in, was canceled as per Justice Ministry orders.
Bahrain is the New Palestine for Jews
The Bahraini government does not hesitate to proceed with its strategy aimed at changing Bahrain's demographic composition.
Nonsense Recovery Plan and Employment of 60,000 Bahrainis
Perhaps the person who is aware that the economic recovery plan is a bunch of nonsense is the one who wrote it. That's simply because he would know that the same big headlines were part of previous government plans.
Ali Abdulimam Describes His Torture at Hand of Badr Al-Gaith: I Saw the Devil Look at Me
Executioner Badr Al-Gaith died on November 1, 2021. He was one of the most notorious executioners, whose name was linked to torture, killings and persecution of protestors during the 2011 Bahraini pro-democracy uprising. He represented the ugly face of the ruling regime.
Badr Al-Gaith Leaves (Safe) World of Executioners with an Overdose
Until the evening of November 1, 2021, notorious executioner Badr Ibrahim Al-Gaith, 41, was convinced that he was one of those in the safety net that fear nothing in Bahrain, but he forgot that fate and the timing of one leaving this world is not in the hands of the ruling family.
Putting Khums Aside, Where Do Oil Revenues Go?
Official campaigns, measures, and articles are waged against Khums (Alms), while the wealth that the ruling family has put its hands on remains to be overlooked, even though this wealth concerns all Bahraini citizens.
Was Ministers Meeting to Help Bahrain Access Debt Markets Only?
A meeting of finance ministers from Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Kuwait and Bahrain, as well as the Arab Monetary Fund was convened to discuss the financial balance program, however, it didn't give out any concrete results.
What Prevents Indian Mark Thomas from Assuming Role of Bahrain's PM?
Two days ago, an Indian employment agency published vacancies in a Bahraini oil company that it described as "leading". No one was waiting for a comment from oil sector officials, because Bahrainis are familiar with such announcements.
Bahrain Plays the Azerbaijan Game with Iran, What are the Outcomes?
About 10 years ago, there was much talk of a Gulf trend of normalization with Israel, and Bahrain's name has always been present in this news.
For Second Day in Row: Protests and Clashes in Bahrain Rejecting Normalization with Israel
Despite fear and intimidation that the Bahraini authorities have worked hard to bolster in the past years in the country, the streets of Bahrain were full of angry protests on Friday, October 1, 2021, denouncing the visit of the Israeli Foreign Minister, Yair Lapid, to Manama.
Israeli Embassy's HQ in Bahrain World Trade Center Owned by King: What's Israel's Gift to Him?
he den of the Israeli occupation state in Bahrain will be on the 29th floor of the Bahrain World Trade Center. This headquarters will henceforth be a station for sowing conspiracy and tension in the Gulf Bay.
Why is National Bank of Bahrain Borrowing $700 Million?
The National bank of Bahrain is reportedly planning to borrow about USD700 million or its equivalent. The Bank has not issued any explanation for the motives behind the borrowing.
Bahraini Activists Respond to US Embassy: Do You Support Arbitrary Verdicts against Political Prisoners?
Years have passed since the majority of Bahraini citizens, demanding democracy and the release of political prisoners, have come to realize that the United States administration is truly aligned with the tyrannical regimes in the Gulf, and that it stands against the aspirations of the peoples of the region, including Bahrainis.
Letter to US Embassy: Were You Seeking the Truth?
A photo published by the US Embassy in Bahrain on its Instagram account displaying a visit it paid to a Ma'tam (mourning hall) in Manama irritated hundreds of Shiites. Citizens were irritated because the delegation, which consisted of 3 female employees, didn't put on veils during their visit to the Ma'tam, which has religious sanctity?
Releases, Arrests and Harsh Sentences: Which Path Are the Authorities Headed to?
Releases and arrests. This was the scene in Bahrain on Monday (September 13, 2021).While the Ministry of Interior was calling the families of detainees to inform them of the decision to release their sons, it was raiding citizens' homes at dawn to arrest youths, including a child.