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.
Head of Fishermen Society Wahid Al-Dosari Imprisoned over Charges Linked to Qatar Crisis Dies: Did He Die in Prison?
The death of Wahid Rashid Al-Dosari, chairman of the Bahrain Fishermen Society (BFS), was announced late Tuesday (April 6, 2021). Al-Dosari was sentenced to a five-year prison sentence over charges of receiving funds from a former Qatari minister to finance his election campaign in 2018.
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.
1320 Mosques, 632 Obsequies in Bahrain: Statistics
Akhbar Al-Khaleej local said that a statistics it prepared showed that there are 1320 mosques and 632 obsequies in Bahrain.
VIDEO: Mass Funeral Procession Held in Muharraq for Sunni Mosque Imam Killed by Asian Muezzin
A Sunni mosque imam who was brutally killed by an associate of his, who worked as a Muezzin at the mosque.
Delegation from US Embassy Visits Muharraq Security Complex that Witnessed Torture of Activists, Meets Fawaz Al-Hassan
Bahrain’s Ministry of Interior said that a US delegation visited on Monday (April 30, 2018) Muharraq security complex that witnessed last year the summoning and torturing of dozens, including human rights activist Ibtisam Al-Saegh and that is known as the new headquarters for the National Security Agency.
Two Bahrainis Detained for 7 Days Pending Investigation over Posting “Obscene Video”
Hussein Khamis, the head of the Muharraq Governorate Prosecution, stated that the Public Prosecution has kicked off its investigation into a video clip circulated through social media.
Driver Arrested for Performing Road Stunts in Qalali, Referred to Prosecution
The Directorate of the Muharraq Governorate Police said that it arrested a driver for performing road stunts in Qalal.
Qatari Authorities Seize 33 Fishing Boats for Al-Dair and Al-Hidd Sailors: Newspaper
The Al-Ayam local newspaper said that the Qatari authorities are holding 33 fishing boats for Al-Dair and Al-Hidd sailors.
Muharraq Municipality Launches Inspection Campaigns to Remove Vendor Stands
Al-Muharraq Municipality carried out extensive inspection campaigns, including the vendor stands of shops located on the main road in Al-Muharraq, Qulali, Al-Dair and Samaheej on Monday (March 12, 2018).
Two Defendants Sentenced to One Year in Jail over Burning Tires in Muharraq
The Fourth High Criminal Court sentenced two defendants, in presence, to one year in jail over burning tires and pouring oil on Sheikh Isa Street in Muharraq and ordered the confiscation of seized items.
Security Company Says Muharraq Municipality Refrains from Paying Financial Dues since 2015
The Assistant General Manager in Al-Mahd Company for Security and Safety Ahmad Kambar said that Muharraq municipality is refraining from paying its financial dues since 2015.
HR Activists’ Interrogations: Testimonies of those Tortured at Muharraq Police Station’s 3rd Floor
“The time of Human Rights has ended,” is one of the most popular phrases that the Interior Ministry’s security interrogators have recently been saying repeatedly to peaceful activists in interrogation rooms.
5 Siblings Sentenced to Prison over Allegations of Assaulting Security Forces
The First High Criminal Court ruled Sunday (January 22, 2017) the imprisonment of 5 siblings (boys and girls), in a case charging them with assaulting security men in Muharraq, while the forces were arresting one of them.
Local Newspaper: Rain Reveals Harsh Reality of Infrastructure in Bahrain
Bahrain Mirror: The local Bahraini Al-Wasat newspaper said in its latest issue that the heavy rain that fell in Bahrain on Tuesday (November 24, 2015) revealed the harsh reality of the infrastructure in a number of areas in the Muharraq Governorate.
Muharraq Butchers Resume Work after 49 Days of Strike
Bahrain Mirror: Muharraq’s Central Market in Bahrain has decided to stop the strike after 49 days of boycotting meat purchase, following a government decision to lift subsidies on meat and increase its prices.
Al-Hassan: Security Apparatus Seeks to Identify Suspects in Muharraq Blast
Bahrain Mirror: Bahrain’s Chief of Public Security Tariq Al-Hassan said that the security apparatus is seeking to identify the suspects involved in the bomb blast that took place in Muharraq.
Bahrain’s Interior Ministry Announces 2nd Blast in 3 Days in Muharraq
Bahrain Mirror: The Bahraini Ministry of Interior announced on Sunday (August 23, 2015) that a bomb blast took place in the village of Muharraq, west of the capital Manama.