Video: The American Singer John Legend performs at Arad Fort Theater: to the Bahraini people demanding justice and freedom...please know that I stand with you!
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The 2015 Oscar-winning American singer John Legend performed during a concert in Bahrain, Monday night on 2nd March 20105 despite calls and pressures upon him to cancel the concert due to human rights violations in Bahrain.
Hashem Al Alawi is among 400 imprisoned Shiite children subjected to the "Devil's" procedure
Bahrain Mirror: "He was not aware of the general situation he is in. I am telling you...he is young". By these words, Diyaa' Al Alawai, mother of the 16-year-old Hashem, describes his situation after visiting him in the Dry Dock prison.
UN Special Rapporteurs call on Bahraini authorities to open the Pearl Roundabout and allow public access to the site
Summary: UN special rapporteurs called on the Bahraini government to demilitarize the Pearl Roundabout and allow access to the site of the destructed monument.
Bahrain Mirror interviews Brian Dooley: If you ask Americans about Bahrain, they'd say "Its' the country that tortured its doctors"!
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Since the revolution was launched on February 14, 2011, the US-based NGO "Human Rights First", greatly pressured the Obama administration to get engaged in Bahrain's issue, to take a "more resolute" stance toward policies adopted by the Bahraini government, and to use its power to force the ruling Al
It was Valentine's Day: Manama was among protest sites, live rounds were fired in Daih and Tariq Al-Hassan observed Sitra from a car window
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The streets of the Bahraini capital, Manama, on Saturday were also occupied by massive protests, which flooded other areas across the country, marking the fourth anniversary of the February 14 revolution.
Bahrain is mostly paralyzed for the second day and Takbeer shouts echo from homes on the eve of the 14 Feb anniv
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Severe clashes between police and protestors took place during dozens of demonstrations to mark the 4th anniversary of the 14th February, on Friday. This year's anniversary coincides with the arrest of the most prominent opposition leader, Sheikh Ali Salman, Secretary General of Al Wefaq society.
Moments in History
Ali Alaswad: Real change takes time, nothing happens over night. From the cradle of civilisation until now, the common theme that unites human history is that we constantly adapt and never stop changing.
Video: Thousands marched last night in Bahrain's Sitra ahead of the revolution's 4th anniversary
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Local news networks posted on Twitter a video of a protest staged last night in Sitra, which was considered one of biggest rallies organized since demonstrations, marking the February 14 revolution, kicked off
Bahrain: Schools and Businesses brought to a halt one day prior to the February 14 revolution anniversary
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Bahrain's schools and universities were closed on Thursday, February 12, 2015, answering calls for protests prior to the anniversary of the February 14 revolution.
Bahrain’s CP is amongst them… Leaked files reveal the biggest money laundering and tax fraud scandal in history involving kings and world leaders
Data in massive cache of leaked secret bank account files from HSBC’s Swiss banking arm was made public by dozens of major media outlets. Prominent figures, who were HSBC clients were implicated in these files, and among them was Bharain’s Crown Prince Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa.
Bahraini ISIS members respond to striping their nationalities: We will enter Bahrain by arms not passports, and we will behead the King
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Bahrain's King, Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, issued a royal decree on 31st January 2015 to strip 72 Bahrainis of their nationalities. This included 50 opposition supporters and activists, as well as 22 of those who joined the extremist ISIS organization and other terrorist organizations that fight in Syria and Iraq. As a result, the reactions of those Bahrainis' who were stripped of their nationalities differed.
Khalil Al Marzooq to “Bahrain Mirror”: the charges raised against Sh. Ali Salman mean that the political action has become incriminated in Bahrain
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Khalil Al Marzooq, a prominent leader of Al Wefaq, said that the charges raised against Al Wefaq's secretary general mean that "demanding reform has become incriminated" and that demanding rights "is a punishable action in the eyes of the authority", indicating that this matter will steer the country towards a critical situation.
Al-Wefaq Secretary General on the evening prior to his trial: I stated my demands directly to the King.. I am ready to spend my whole life as a prisoner
Bahrain Mirror (exclusive): Sheikh Ali Salman, the Secretary General of Al-Wefaq the main opposition group, said on the evening prior to his trial tomorrow (Wednesday, January 28, 2015) that the investigations conducted with him were related to the demands he presented in front of the the King and his Crown Prince.
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.
The terrorism of Bahraini security: Carrying Sheikh Ali Salman’s photo means death
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): What was this peaceful youth doing other than holding a photo? He was standing completely unarmed in front of an armored vehicle, which was garrisoned of everything but its savage desires of killing.
Is it possible that the “English dog” bites its American master?
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Today, all the international news reports about Bahrain state that it hosts “The Fifth Fleet of the US Navy”.
Sheikh Salman’s last interview before his arrest: Bahrain’s Shia live and die in fear…the West adopted a double-standard approach
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): During a lengthy interview with Press TV, Al-Wefaq Society Secretary-General Sheikh Ali Salman presented an overview of the situation in Bahrain, particularly highlighting the religious and economic discrimination practiced by government authorities against the country’s Shia majority.
The wave of hostility towards Britain has escalated in Bahrain after arresting Al Wefaq’s secretary general
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The wave of hostility towards the British government has escalated in Bahrain after arresting Al Wefaq’s secretary general, Sheikh Ali Salman. The opposition groups accused the British authorities for inciting the Bahraini regime to strictness towards the opposition that sought to end up the acquisition of Al Khalifa family on the authority since 2011.
Nabeel Rajab reveals: Ali Haroun was tortured by three police officers and left with a bloody face in front of Thailand police. Ali was anesthetized without the presence of a doctor.
Bahrain Mirror: The president of the Bahrain Centre for Human Right, Nabeel Rajab, has unveiled distressing information regarding the treatment of arrested youth Ali Haroun. Ali was hunted down and handed over to Bahrain by the Thailand authorities.
Iain Lindsay: "I am Charles Belgrave!"
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): In 1816, Bahrain's ruler, Abdullah Bin Ahmad Al Khalifa, was eagerly awaiting the arrival of Captain Bruce, the Political Resident in the Gulf, anticipating the moment he steps off his ship. It was the first visit paid by the empire on which the sun never sets; it was a long-awaited visit. Great joy filled the heart and mind of the Bedouin, whose only thought was of gaining rewards for his tribe rather than a national state, as stated in some of the royal family's publications in an attempt to deceive us.