Full Details of Meeting between Representatives of Authorities and Prisoners on Hunger Strike
The London-based director of human rights organization BIRD, Sayed Ahmed Al-Wadaei, revealed the details of the meeting of the head of the National Institute for Human Rights (NIHR), affiliated with the Bahraini authorities, Ali Al-Dirazi, and an accompanying delegation, with representatives of the prisoners on hunger strike.
Education Minister and Scholarships: Blatant Lies
No one was surprised this year, like previous years, by the continuation of discriminatory policies regarding scholarships that have been practiced in an organized and deliberate manner since 2011. The methods have changed and the policies have remained the same.
Prisoners' Hunger Strike: Crisis Deeper than Just Detention Conditions
We enter the fifth day of the hunger strike launched by hundreds of political prisoners in Bahrain, to demand the release of other detainees held in the harshest isolation prison, also calling for basic human rights.
Detainee Al-Fardan: Tolerance Doesn't Include You
Bahrain's ruling family can tolerate all religious and cultural trends, and interact with various humanitarian situations, except the demands of political detainees who are denied their basic rights.
Ruling Family Received $1.700 Million Increase in Revenues
Oil prices continue to increase amid pledges by major producers to cut production, while Bahrain's oil revenues continue to surge, but who's benefiting from this increase?
Why Children's Hunger Strike in Bahrain's Prisons Extremely Important
It can be said that the hunger strike launched by the six convicted children in the Dry Dock Prison three days ago is one of the most important strikes that must be highlighted, as through their hunger, the young convicts announce Bahrain's failure to abide by the Restorative Justice Law for Children.
Ashura 2023: Discipline, Mass Attendance and Interior Ministry's Yazidi Doctrine
The 10 days of Muharram have passed, only 10 days a year, in which the Shiite community, which represents the majority of Bahrain's population, expresses its grief over the martyrdom of the grandson of the Prophet Mohammad
Our Ashura and its Success are Different
The first ten days of the holy month of Muharram ended, and the King of Bahrain, Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, made his usual statement as every year, congratulating the ministries on the success of the Ashura season.
Waste Trade Run by Unknown People in Bahrain
Bahrain loses one and a half million dinars daily due to the lack of a mechanism for recycling domestic, consumer waste and other types of waste, at a rate of at least 560 million dinars per year.
Oil Surpluses Increase Daily While Parliament Considers Concerning Program to “Redirect Subsidies”
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): In light of the silence of the House of Representatives in Bahrain, especially its members who appear to be out of sight, a former MP dared to ask on social media about the country's financial surplus from high oil prices.
Why Didn't King of Bahrain Attend Jeddah Meeting amid Escalating Saudi-Emirati Dispute?
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): It was surprising that the King of Bahrain decided not to head to Jeddah to attend the consultative meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council and the Gulf meeting with Central Asian countries.
Interior Minister and His Rudeness Speaking of What Shiites in Bahrain Need
In an annual move whose outcome has become known in advance, the Bahraini Ministry of Interior sends invitations to heads of Bahrain's obsequies to attend a meeting with its minister; however, many obsequy managements are reluctant to attend the meeting due to its formality.
Network of British Advisers that Shapes Bahrain's Policy Home and Abroad
Bahrain Mirror: There is an entire network of advisers, senior ministers and former officials in Britain, who contribute effectively to the decisions of Bahrain's crown prince and prime minister, in both domestic and foreign policies.
Unemployment Problem Can Only Be Solved by Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The snowball effect is a metaphorical term that describes an event that starts from an initial stage that does not affect much and then accumulates and worsens until it becomes larger and more effective.
Why Mumtalakat is Investing in Major Countries Worst Economies?
Why is Bahrain investing a billion and a half dollars in the British economy? Has there been a feasibility study conducted for such investments? Or does political feasibility trump economic feasibility?
Buying British Silence and Support for One Billion Pounds, From Our Money
The outcome of the secret visit of Crown Prince Salman Al Khalifa to Britain was revealed in one day; a memorandum of Understanding on strategic partnership and investment, the most important of which is the investment of 1 billion pounds, which Bahrain will inject as an investment in exhausted British market.
Government Denies 6$ Billion Increase in Oil Revenues
Sky News revealed new figures on Bahrain's records of a huge increase in oil revenues in 2022, which reports published by Bahrain Mirror have already confirmed.
Who Wrote Al-Qattan's Sermon and For What Purpose?
Sheikh Adnan Al-Qattan, the imam and preacher of Friday prayers at Al-Fateh Mosque and head of the Bahrain Hajj mission, was not known for delivering extremist or sectarian speeches, but his recent sermon took another approach, describing Shiites as people of falsehood.
Difference between Rashid bin Abdullah and Itamar Ben-Gvir to Biden's Administration
Recently, Interior Minister Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa returned from a tour he made to the United States, where he met with Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Stacey Dixon, and participated with her in a panel discussion on security cooperation between the two countries
Reasons behind Crown Prince's Decree: US Personnel Compete with Bahrainis, Won't be Treated as Foreigners in Labor Market
What is the background and purpose behind the decree issued by Crown Prince and Prime Minister Salman bin Hamad, which granted families of US personnel working at the military base in Bahrain and the Fifth Fleet the right to work?