3 NGOs Demand Release of Prisoners in Bahrain amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Three Bahraini human rights organizations, SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights (SALAM DHR), the Gulf Institute for Democracy and Human…

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Al-Wefaq: Recent Releases Step Should be Doubled to Include all Prisoners

Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society said that the recent releases of a number of political prisoners in Bahrain, although a small…

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Bahrain’s treatment of its nationals racist inhumane: Bahraini Cleric

A member of the central committee for the Bahraini Cleric Council Sheikh Mohammed Khojasteh referred to the deplorable condition of…

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Solidarity Campaign To Save Detainees in Bahrain’s Prisons from Corona Danger

The families of the detainees, activists, youth organizations and local Bahraini networks launched a tweet campaign under the tag “#Save_Bahrain_prisoners”.…

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Mariam Tarif: I’ve Grown Old and Frail but I Won’t Bow Down

Police vehicles didn’t leave her front door ever since the 1980s until February 14, 2011. There has always been a…

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Releases in Coronavirus Times: Over 115 Prisoners Released, More to be Freed

In the past two days, the Bahraini authorities have released nearly 115 political prisoners, according to the Bahrain Center for…

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Ayatollah Qassim Calls to Suspend Religious and Social Activities

The spiritual leader of the Shia majority in Bahrain, Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim, has directed the citizens to suspend all…

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Denmark urges Bahrain to free political prisoners, including top rights activist Khawaja

Denmark has called on Bahrain to release all people arbitrarily detained in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom, including prominent human…

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Bahrainis were surprised with the mass releases of political detainees

Bahrainis were surprised on Wednesday (March 11) with the release of a large group of convicts over political background. It…

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HRW, BIRD Reveal New Torture Details of Two Death Row Convicts

Bahrain’s authorities should overturn the death sentences following unfair trials against two men who say they were tortured, Human Rights…

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