Information Circulated about Suspicious Purchases by Jewish Companies in Isa Town and Saar
Citizens in Bahrain are circulating worrying information about plenty of offers that have been made to a number of citizens through phone calls from brokers to buy their homes, in both Isa Town and Saar area. One citizen is reported to have been offered an amount of 500,000 dinars to purchase his house.
Isa Town Charity Society Launches Imam Zainulabidine Blood Donation Campaign
The directorate of Isa Town Charity Society announced the launch of Imam Zainulabidine blood donation campaign, with the cooperation of health ministry.
Identity Card Centers in Isa Town and Muharraq to Open on Saturdays
The Information and eGovernment Authority (iGA) announced that identity card centers at Isa Town and Muharraq (Seef Mall) will be open an extra day every week on Saturdays for Bahraini nationals only during the summer holidays.
NIHR Reviews 7 Complaints from Women’s Prison Related to Physical Integrity, Right for Health
The Complaints, Monitoring and Follow-up Committee at the National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR) said that it reviewed 7 complaints from female detainees in Isa Town Prison related to the right to physical and moral integrity, as well as the right for health.
Internet Disruption, Power Outage in Parts of Bahrain due to Heavy Rain, Local Newspaper
Heavy rains in Bahrain have led to power cuts and internet disruptions in some areas, local Al-Bilad newspaper reported.
AFP: Five Bahraini Women Detainees on Hunger Strike
Five Bahraini female political prisoners have gone on hunger strike to protest against ill-treatment and a glass barrier that prevents contact with visitors, a rights group said Friday.
Trade Unions Federation Expresses Concern over Removing Isa Town Farmer Market Tents
The General Federation of Workers Trade Unions in Bahrain (GFWTUB) expressed its deep concern regarding the fate of farmer market booths owners in the town of Isa, as the municipality attempted to remove all their tents in an arbitrary and unjust way. This caused controversy and shock in the public opinion.