This is What Executed Ali Al-Arab was Exposed to: Amnesty Int’l
Bahrain executed on Saturday (July 27, 2019) Ali Al-Arab after accusing him of joining a terrorist group and murdering a policeman, but the question remains: Does Bahrain have even one piece of evidence to convict him?
Bahrain Executes Three People, despite Human Rights Outcry: The Guardian
Bahrain has executed three people convicted in two separate cases, one a case of "terrorism" and killing a police officer, and the second related to the killing of a mosque imam.
Amnesty Int’l Calls on Bahrain’s Allies Urge Bahraini Authorities to Stop Imminent Executions
Amnesty International stressed today that the Bahraini authorities must urgently halt the imminent execution of two men who were convicted after a grossly unfair mass trial after they were tortured to confess, said.
"Torture, the Master of Evidence" in Bahrain: 791 Documented Torture Cases as Regime Perpetuates Impunity Policy
The Bahrain Forum for Human Rights launched its annual report for year 2018, entitled "Torture, the Master of Evidence" at a press conference held today in the Lebanese capital Beirut.
“Religious Persecution in Bahrain” Conference Held Today in Beirut
Bahrain Interfaith Center organized a conference on "Religious Persecution in Bahrain" that was held in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, to highlight the severe deterioration of religious freedoms witnessed in Bahrain and the abuses that Bahrainis are subjected to in particular.
Amnesty Condemns Targeting Former MP Osama Al-Tamimi, Calls on UK to Interfere
Amnesty International condemned in a statement the continuing government harassment of former Bahraini Member of Parliament Osama Muhana Al-Tamimi. The actions against Al-Tamimi come in a climate of escalated state intimidation aiming to quash free expression.
Amnesty Demands Bahrain to Stop Harassing Former MP Osama Al-Tamimi
The Bahraini authorities must immediately end ongoing harassment, intimidation and attack against former Member of Parliament Osama Muhana Al-Tamimi, who is known for his criticism of the government, Amnesty International said today.
Mass Execution Chilling Demonstration of Saudi Arabian Authorities Disregard for Human Life: Amnesty
Amnesty International said that "today's mass execution is a chilling demonstration of the Saudi Arabian authorities callous disregard for human life. It is also yet another gruesome indication of how the death penalty is being used as a political tool to crush dissent from within the country's Shi'a minority."
Amnesty: Revoking Citizenship of 138 Bahrainis "A Mockery of Justice"
Amnesty International said that a Bahraini court sentenced 139 people to jail on and revoked their citizenships over terrorism related charges, noting that these verdicts were issued after an unfair mass trial.
As World Moves towards Abolishing Death Penalty, Bahraini Parliament Passes it against Molotov Cocktail Throwers
As the world moves towards abolishing the death penalty, the Bahraini Parliament has passed new amendments toughening the punishment against those who use Molotov cocktails to the death penalty.
Human Rights Campaigners "Upset" by David Beckham's Visit to Bahrain GP
Campaigners for democracy and human rights in Bahrain have criticised David Beckham and other British celebrities for attending Sunday's Formula One race in the Gulf state.
Bahrain: Raids Campaign and Random Arrests Ahead of Formula Race
Citizens said that the security apparatuses in Bahrain launched a random raid campaign against some houses and arrested a number of people, at a time Bahrain hosts Formula One race.
Grim Human Rights Violations behind Glamour of the Grand Prix in Bahrain
Ahead of the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix this weekend, Amnesty International has highlighted the grim human rights record of the country.
Amnesty: Silence of Bahrain's Key Allies Plays No Small Part in Unchecked Pattern of Repression
Amnesty International considered that "Ebrahim Sharif's trial and sentencing is simply the latest development in the Bahraini authorities' sustained repression against their own citizens." It said that Bahrainis are being made to pay a hefty price for simply expressing their views.
Amnesty Int’l Condemns Collective Trial in Diraz Case, Calls on Bahrain to Fairly Try or Release Defendants
Amnesty International said that the verdict issued by Bahrain on February 27, 2019, sentencing 167 people in a single proceeding to prison terms for their participation in a non-violent sit-in is yet another example of the suppression of the right to freedom of peaceful assembly that has been ongoing since 2011, and a new instance in the growing pattern of mass trials in Bahrain.
Amnesty Int'l: Detainee Hajar Mansour Denied Comprehensive Medical Examination
Amnesty International said that detainee Hajar Mansour, mother-in-law of activist Sayed Ahmed Al-Wadaie, is prevented from undergoing comprehensive medical tests requested by the doctor, who examined her last month, due to suffering a lump in her breast.
Dutch Media Outlets Follow Verdict against Bahraini Refugee Deported to Bahrain
Dutch media outlets followed the case of the Bahraini citizen who had sought asylum in the Netherlands, Ali Al-Shuwaikh, and who was sentenced to life in jail.
Amnesty Int’l Demands Bahrain to Allow Detainee Hajar Mansour Immediately Receive Treatment
Amnesty International called on the Bahraini authorities to provide the immediate and needed health care to prisoner of conscience Hajar Masnour and ensure her a fail trial.
Amnesty: Releasing Hakeem is Example on Impact of Solidarity with Refugees and Victory for People Power
Amnesty International said that the decision to release Hakeem Al-Araibi and refusing to extradite him to Bahraini authorities "is an example of the impact of solidarity with refugees, and a victory for people power".
Amnesty: Thailand “Shirking Responsibility” by detaining Al-Araibi, Should Send Him Back to Australia
Responding to the Thai government's statement asking Bahrain and Australia to find a "mutually agreeable solution" in the case of Hakeem Al-Araibi, Dr. Graham Thom, Refugee Coordinator for Amnesty International Australia, said: "The Thai Government are clearly taking steps to negate their part in Hakeem's detention and pass the buck for their culpability."