Editorial: Half of his Weight but with his Full Presence, Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qasim after the Little King’s Siege
A slow death is what the little king wants for Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim after all his attempts failed, and since he does not dare to bear the shame of direct murder.
Editorial: The King Hoped that Mushaima would Die of Cancer in 2010
Since 2010, Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa has hoped that the leader of Haq Movement, Mr. Hasan Mushaima, would either submit to his rule or die of cancer in one of London’s hospitals.
Editorial: Burn Them All
Throughout history, blood has not always been able to defeat the sword. The sword has repeatedly reinforced the rule of tyrants keeping them on their thrones. The blood of victims; however, continued to terrorize the swordsmen.
Editorial: The Debt of Blood; Aftermath of May 23
May 23 made its way into the history of freedom. This anarchic regime however, accumulated its record in the history of shame, instead of proving its legitimacy though the voice of the people.
Editorial: The Sweetness of Mustafa Hamdan’s Mother
It is indeed the year of mothers in Bahrain. On the day of his funeral, Mustafa Hamdan’s mother showed the world the sweet side of martyrdom.
Bahraini Public Prosecution’s Plea against Sheikh Isa Qassim Unveils Authorities’ Sectarianism and Hatred
Was the plea entered by the Bahraini Public Prosecution really a judicial plea or a babbly speech delivered by a Takfiri extremist on a platform of hatred?!
Rida Al-Ghasra Echoes Che Guevara’s Words: Shoot You Coward!
Bahrain’s Rida Al-Ghasra was said to be a young revolutionary whose revolutionary passion pumped through his veins, and was dubbed by Bahrainis as Bahrain’s Guevara.
To Rida Al Ghasra: A Letter from the Sea
Dear Rida, you add a new meaning to Bahrain. You did not head towards the sea to save yourself, but rather save the dignity of your people.
Mostafa Hamdan’s Wounds Raise Questions
A deafening silence takes over the world regarding the atrocities taking place in Bahrain, including the brutal injuries of the Bahraini youth Mostafa Hamdan.
The People Spoke their Word: They’ll Carry on Uprising to the Death
Mass protests were staged in over 50 areas across Bahrain, marking an extraordinary revolutionary day reflecting the people’s perseverance and adherence to their rights and legitimate demands.
Third Letter to Abbas Al-Samie and his Companions
Today we broke the tyranny of the regime’s media, which sought staining your name and adding you to its terror blacklist. We sought adding you on the nation’s record of martyrdom, struggle and dream of a country for all.
Second Letter to Abbas Al-Samie
They are afraid of you although you are lying in your grave. They are haunted by your words that hurt their tyranny.
To Abbas Al-Samie
The brutality of Jaw prison could not silence your renowned smile and laugh, as it could not quell your resilience and perseverance.
To the King of Bahrain: You Are a Murderer
Now after January 15, 2017, it is no longer possible to exclude the King and claim that his hands are not stained with blood. After this day, it is no longer possible to say that King Hamad bin Isa did not order the killing of Bahrainis.
In response to Bahrain’s Interior Minister: The Big Escape Scandal
It is incomprehensible how the authorities allow themselves to vilify civilian suspects, while covering up for mercenaries from the police force, whose crime poses a greater and more dangerous threat.
Raid on Diraz
Bahraini Interior Ministry claimed that its morning raid on December 21, 2016 on Diraz area was launched for the purpose of “implementing judicial orders to arrest wanted persons and search their residencies.”
ISIS Threatens Bahrain while Government Remains Silent
Bahraini authorities remain silent about ISIS threats and want others to remain silent as well, although the threats of this terrorist organization trouble the world.
Nasser, You’re in the Hearts of All Bahrainis
“I can’t guarantee that I will live but I’m not scared, if I depart this life, all I wish for is to leave a mark...I want to end the oppression I witnessed in Bahrain,” said Nasser Al-Ras.
Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim to his Judges: I Don't Recognize You
Bahrain's Shiite religious leader Ayatollah Isa Qassim didn't attend his first court hearing to say that he doesn't recognize the regime's arbitrary decisions.
Bahrainis are Like Crabs, Sever their Claws and They’ll Grow Stronger Ones
Since 2011, Bahrainis were forced to choose between being part of the pro-regime herd or being cut off, rendered voiceless and denied any rights.