After Deleting News on Meeting Al-Saaraj: What is Left of You O’King
In Bahrain Mirror File (Two Decades in Darkness), former MP Matar Matar said “What is the value of any constitutional document if the UAE is the one that controls the national airport, the US controls the fifth fleet, while Saudi Arabia supplies Bahrain with oil for refining and controls the arrival of more than 80% of Bahrain's visitors through the causeway?"
Royal Decrees Restructuring Ministry of Information Affairs, Ministry of Transportation & NOGA
King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued 3 royal decrees restructuring Ministry of Information Affairs, Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications and National Oil and Gas Authority.
King Restructures General Organization for Social Insurance Board of Directors
King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued Decree 90/2019 restructuring the General Organization for Social Insurance board of directors.
Foreign Military Personnel Still in BDF: When will Ruling Family Put End to Naturalization Cost?
Despite their high cost, it seemed like good news to find, while reviewing the final report of the state for 2018, there are still unnaturalized soldiers in the Bahrain Defence Force, in a country that has insanely naturalized tens of thousands of foreigners for political purposes.
Shura Council and House of Representatives Resume Work in Trivial Opening Ceremony, but Who Noticed their Absence?
King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa attended the opening of the second term of Parliament in a show similar to those we see in television shows, portraying how a royal convoy arrives in ancient times in Europe.
Shura Council and Parliament to Convene on Sunday
King Hamad bin Isa issued royal decree calling on the Shura Council and parliament to convene.
Royal Decrees Restructuring Social Insurance Organization, Education &Training Quality Authority and BIPA
King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued a number of royal decrees restructuring the Social Insurance Organization, Education and Training Quality Authority and Institute of Public Administration.
King Appoints Al-Malki as Ambassador to Kuwait, Naser Al-Balooshi as Ambassador Italy and Hesham Al-Jowder as Ambassador in MoFA's court
King Hamad issued royal decrees appointing Salah Al-Malki as Ambassador of Bahrain to Kuwait residing in Baghdad and Naser Al-Balooshi as Ambassador of Bahrain to Italy. He also issued royal decree appointing Hesham bin Mohammed Al-Jowder as ambassador in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs court.
King Returns to Bahrain after Meeting his Saudi Counterpart in Jeddah
King Hamad returned to Bahrain after spending some hours in Jeddah during which he met his Saudi counterpart King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
Royal Decrees Appointing 9 Undersecretaries and Assistant Undersecretaries in 5 Gov't Institutions
King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued 5 royal decrees appointing 9 undersecretaries and assistant undersecretaries in 5 government institutions.
Bahrain Becomes First Gulf Country to Join US-Led Maritime Coalition
Bahrain announced on Monday that it will join a US-led maritime coalition to counter Iranian threats to freedom of navigation in the Arabian Gulf. Bahrain, which hosts the US Navy's 5th Fleet, is the first Arabian Gulf country to officially join the coalition.
Indian PM to Visit Bahrain that is Witnessing Pakistani Protests against India
India announced that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi would pay a state visit to the Kingdom of Bahrain from August 24-25 in the first ever Prime Ministerial visit from India to Bahrain.
UK Prime Minister Confirms to King of Bahrain UK Commitment to Iran Nuclear Deal
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed in a phone call with King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa UK's commitment to the Iran nuclear deal.
King Issues 4 Royal Decrees including Restructuring Ministry of Works and Municipalities
King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued 4 decrees (50), (51), (52) and (53) for 2019.
Murad Al-Hayiki: Players with Fire, Future of Bahrain and its People
On July 14, Al-Jazeera channel broadcast a new episode of its investigative program “What's Hidden is Worse” entitled “Players with Fire”, through which it highlighted two issues related to Bahrain. The first is the Bahraini authorities’ narrative that the protesters at the Pearl [Lualua] Roundabout in 2011 were armed, and the second is regarding the supposed cooperation between the Bahraini security authorities and citizens with jihadist ideology who have links with Al-Qaeda.
Editorial: Between the Destitute and the Executed
You have stained your hands with our blood to the extent that we hate the sight or mention of your name. You have made us fall in despair, not from a change in our conditions, which is deemed a sinful form of despair, but despair of expecting anything good from your dismal face. Your face doesn’t bode goodness or exude even a false ray of hope. How dark and tyrannical you are!
Protests, Heavy Security Presence as Execution of Two Citizens Approaches
Hundreds of citizens took to the streets in different areas across Bahrain on Friday (July 26, 2019) in protest against the imminent execution of Ahmad Al-Malali and Ali Al-Arab.
Al-Wefaq Issues an Appeal to Stop Execution of Al-Malali and Al-Arab
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society issued a national appeal to stop the implementation of executions against Ali Al-Arab and Ahmad Al-Malali.
The Frightened King Plays with “Al-Qaeda” Fire
Ruling family representatives in Bahrain and people close to the family always say that the Bahraini opposition wants to copy the Iraqi example, in reference to the Shiite progress on one hand and security chaos on the other hand, after the ousting of Saddam Hussein’s regime.
King Waivers “Citizenship Revocation” Right to Cabinet, Bahrainis to be Stripped of their Nationalities in these Cases
The official gazette published on June 27, 2019 a bill decree to amend some of the citizenship revocation laws for the year 1963, which includes amendments on the revocation of the citizenships of Bahrainis.