Yusuf Al-Muhafda: EU Representative Meets Nabeel Rajab inside Prison
Bahrain Mirror: Yusuf Al-Muhafda, deputy head of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR), stated that the European Union Special Representative for Human Rights, Stavros Lambrinidis, paid a visit to human rights defender and political prisoner,BCHR President, Nabeel Rajab, in prison.
Public Prosecution Doesn’t Renew Rajab’s Pretrial Detention Nor Refers him to Court
Bahrain Mirror:: Lawyer Mohammed Al-Jishi said that the Public Prosecution stopped the renewal of the pretrial detention of the BCHR president, human rights activist Nabeel Rajab "over the charge related to his tweets about the Jaw Prison abuses" among other charges linked to his opposition to the war on Yemen.
A Speech on his Behalf in Oslo: Nabeel Rajab Slams Western Countries Accusing Them of “Hypocrisy”
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The prominent human rights defender, Nabeel Rajab, slammed the western states that back the Bahraini and Gulf regimes at the expense of human rights, describing them as hypocrites.
Bahraini Ombudsman Meets Norwegian Ambassador
Bahrain Mirror: Ombudsman Nawaf Mohammed Al-Mouawda met Norwegian Ambassador to Bahrain Sten Anders Berge. Al-Mouawda welcomed the efforts which are aimed at consolidating relations between Bahrain and Norway in the field of human rights.
Norway Calls on to Immediately Release Nabeel Rajab
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The Norwegian authorities call for the release of human rights defender Nabeel Rajab, said State Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Bård Glad Pedersen.
Amnesty: Nabeel Rajab Jail Sentence Shows that Bahrain is Brazenly Flouting its International Obligations
Bahrain Mirror: Amnesty International said that the verdict issued by a Bahraini court on Thursday sentencing the president of Bahrain Center for Human Right to six months in prison shows that Bahrain is brazenly flouting its international obligations.
Reuters: Bahrain upholds six-month sentence for prominent activist over tweet
Reuters: An appeals court in Bahrain upheld a six-month jail sentence against prominent dissident Nabeel Rajab on Thursday for a tweet deemed insulting to the kingdom's security establishment, state news agency BNA said.
AP: Bahraini appeals court upholds guilty verdict over tweets against prominent rights activist
Associated Press: A lawyer for a prominent Bahraini rights activist says an appeals court has upheld a verdict against Nabeel Rajab for insulting government ministries on Twitter.
Nabeel Rajab's Jail Term Extended for 15 More Days
The Public Prosecution decided to extend the jail term of the president of Bahrain Center for Human Rights, the prominent human rights defender, Nabeel Rajab, for 15 more days pending investigation, stated the lawyer Mohammed Al-Jishi.
Bahrain: Witnesses Against the Ministry of Interior Face Unknown Destiny
Witnesses who gave statements against the ministry of interior face an unknown fate. The Bahraini regime arrests, tortures and even kills the witnesses in the murdering cases to hide the truth from the public. On the other hand, it acquits the murders.
The Independent: Dissidents' fury at Hammond's 'secret' visit to Bahrain
Bahrain Mirror: The Independent reported that Bahraini Dissidents in UK condemned Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond for secretly visiting Bahrain. They challenged him at an election hustings in his ultra-safe seat of Runnymede and Weybridge on Thursday.
Between May 2011 and May 2015…What will Obama say to the King of Bahrain?
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Four years after Obama criticized Bahrain’s policy during a speech in May 2011, he will meet Hamad bin Isa later this month. During this period, the US-Gulf relations have witnessed many ups and downs…What will Obama say to the King of Bahrain this year?
German Government's Human Rights Commissioner: Nabeel Rajab is Tried for Peacefully Expressing his Opinion
Concerning Nabeel Rajab's case, German MP Christoph Strässer stressed that "the right to peaceful expression of opinion is extremely significant and deserves international protection."
Nabeel Rajab's Detention Extended for Two More Weeks
Bahrain's Public Prosecution renewed on Sunday (April 26, 2015) the detention of the Bahrain Centre for Human Right's president, Nabeel Rajab, for an additional two weeks, pending further investigations over charges of having opposing views.
Bahrain's Minister of Foreign Affairs Rejects Washington's Calls to Release Nabeel Rajab
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Khalid Al Khalifa, rejected US calls to Bahrain regarding releasing the prominent human rights defender, Nabeel Rajab, and dropping the charges against him (in the two cases).
US State Department calls on Bahraini government to drop charges against Nabeel Rajab and demands his immediate release
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The US State Department called on the Government of Bahrain to drop charges against the president of Bahrain Centre for Human Rights and prominent human rights activist Nabeel Rajab, and demanded that the authorities release him immediately.
"Guantanamo" of Bahrain: The Details not yet Disclosed about "Jaw Prison" Incidents .... which still are Ongoing! Part One
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Nabeel Rajab was arrested after tweeting about Jaw Central Prison, regarding the brutal torture to which the detainees were subjected. Rajab was charged over insulting a statutory body (the ministry of interior) and was detained for 7 days as investigations were conducted. However, this did manage to conceal the fact that Jaw Central Prison has become the “Guantanamo” of Bahrain
What is in Nabeel Rajab’s suitcase?
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Nabeel Rajab never leaves without his suitcase and does not take a step outside his house without it. However, every time he leaves with his suitcase, he never knows if they (Rajab and the suitcase) will come back home or not.
Nabeel Rajab reveals letters sent by UN rapporteurs to the Bahraini government concerning his arrest
Human rights activist Nabeel Rajab revealed addresses sent to the Bahraini government on October 14th 2014, in which UN special rapporteurs expressed grave concerns at his arrest and detention.
Nabeel Rajab: Twitter: The Arab Spring’s Horizon
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The human rights defender and President of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, Nabeel Rajab, has been active on Twitter since March 2009.