Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja, Other Prisoners of Conscience Face Reprisals in Bahrain
Reliable local reports confirmed that the Jaw Prison administration is currently targeting prominent human rights defender Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja and other prisoners of conscience in Bahrain with reprisals, Ifex website reported GHCR statement as saying.
Bahraini Government Ironically Calls on Iraqis for National, Inclusive Dialogue
The Bahraini authorities have called on the Iraqi forces and parties to hold an inclusive national dialogue to resolve the internal crisis. This comes from a government that does not know how to use diplomacy and dialogue to resolve its intractable issues.
Al-Wefaq Holds "Day of Betrayal" Event in Beirut: Our Country Sold our Land to Satan, Palestine's our Central Cause
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society organized on Friday in Beirut a symbolic vigil entitled "Day of Betrayal: The Normalization Agreement" on the second anniversary of the signing of the normalization agreement between the Bahraini regime and Zionist enemy.
Bahraini Judiciary: Verdicts Issued to Serve Will of Appointed
Sami Mahmoud Abdulrahim is the other face of the Bahraini judiciary, where verdicts are issued to serve the will of the appointed and he who pays. It is a suspicious judiciary in which interests, money and politics overlap.
On "Day of Betrayal", Sheikh Al-Daihi Says Regime Attempts to Obliterate Manama Identity
Deputy Secretary General of Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, Sheikh Hussein Al-Daihi, said the Bahraini regime seeks to Judaize the country and obliterate the identity of the capital, Manama, which is "known for its authentic history."
Bahrain in Kushner's Memoir: How did He Change History in Bahrain and Gulf?
Jared Kushner, former US President Donald Trump's son-in-law and adviser, published his memoir entitled "Breaking History: A White House Memoir".
Bahrain Seeks to Boost Space Collaboration with Israel
Bahraini Ambassador to Israel, Khalid Yousif Al-Jalahma, discussed ways to bolster space cooperation with Israel during a meeting with the CEO of Bahrain's National Space Science Agency (NSSA) Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Asiri, state news agency (BNA) reported.
After Jewish Neighborhood, Next Step is Naturalizing Israelis in Bahrain
Bahrain's normalization move with Israel was only an expression of its serious search for an ally to confront Iran in a region from which the United States is gradually withdrawing, but the ruling family will use normalization to go beyond what many imagine.
Manama: From "Champs-Élysées" of the Gulf to "Tel Aviv", What's Happening in the Old Capital?
Sheikh Khalifa bin Ahmed bin Abdullah Al Khalifa will not build his commercial complex on the land of Block 243 in Arad after he was forced to withdraw it under popular pressure, but instead he will now build the "Jewish Neighborhood" in the capital, Manama.
Nagham Al-Faytrouni: Drip Settling to Occupy the Gulf: Bahrain and the UAE as a Model
When reading the story of the occupation of Palestine from the very beginning, one will be convinced without a doubt that the Israeli entity today, in the Gulf, scrupulously follows this former scheme.
Stopping "Shiite Expansion" in Muharraq to "Judaization of Manama": This is How Government Worked for Years to Besiege Shiites and Obliterate their Identity
In late 2006, Muharraq Governor Salman bin Hindi made a statement that stirred public opinion, when he made the governorate's approval a condition to sell any of Muharraq's real estates. This was considered as an official ban on real estate trading in the area.
After Reconciliation with Qatar, Will Prayer Times be Returned to Normal?
Even though Qatar has ignored the King of Bahrain's meeting with its Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani in Jeddah, Bahrain's ruling family wants the meeting to be a door to reconciliation with Doha.
Jordanian Restaurant in Bahrain extends Congratulations on Ashura
An ad posted by a Jordanian restaurant in Bahrain caused a wave of anger. A restaurant known as "Hashem Restaurants Jordan" which owns a series of branches in Bahrain posted a photo on its Instagram account that read "Happy Ashura Day".
Foreign Minister: Qatar didn't Respond to Bahrain's Calls to Settle Outstanding Issues
Bahrain's Foreign Minister Abdullatif Al-Zayani said that Bahrain has called on Qatar several times to hold bilateral talks to resolve the outstanding issues, however, Qatar has not responded to Bahrain's calls so far to implement the statement issued in Al-Ula summit.
15 Israeli Startups Meet to Discuss Significant Business Opportunities in Bahrain
Some 15 leading Israeli startups met on Thursday to discuss significant business opportunities in Bahrain, under the auspices of Start-Up National Central, a nonprofit organization that promotes Israeli innovation around the world, the Medialine website reported.
Bahraini Officials Meet with Leadership of US Fifth Fleet
The Official US Naval Forces Central Command in Bahrain announced that Bahraini officials visited the Naval Forces Central Command and met with Navy vice admiral Brad Cooper to discuss future opportunities for integrating unmanned systems in maritime operations.
Hours after King Hamad's Meeting with Emir of Qatar, Bahrain Removes Qatar's Name from List of Travel Ban Countries
Hours after Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa met with Qatar's Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani in Saudi Arabia, the Bahraini Ministry of Foriegn Affairs removed on Sunday (July 17, 2022) Qatar's name from the list of countries to which travel is prohibited.
Israel Said to Agree to Sell Bahrain UAVs, Anti-Drone Systems
Israel has agreed to sell unmanned aircraft and anti-drone systems to Bahrain, according to a report Tuesday, with Jerusalem set to report progress on an initiative to form a Mideast military alliance to counter Iran.
Israel Reaches Record Trade Increase With Arab States Under Abraham Accords
Trade between Israel and the United Arab Emirates reached $201.4 million in May 2022, a 130 percent increase compared to May 2021, Abraham Accords Peace Institute announced.
Ali Al-Aswad: 5 Things the Biden Administration should Discuss with Bahraini Government during Jeddah Summit
The United States does not need Bahrain's oil, and the limited trade relationship between the two countries cannot be relied upon to put pressure on domestic political reform. What Washington has is more than oil or trade; it has the Fifth Fleet which is of strategic importance in the region.