Farida Gholam: Ebrahim Sharif Transferred to Al-Qalaa Hospital Because of His Teeth
Bahrain Mirror: Wife of detained prominent leader Ebrahim Sharif, Farida Gholam, said that “Sharif was admitted to Al-Qalaa Hospital because of his teeth, but the cold conditions he is suffering form for 24 hours is a different issue, for this complaint has been disregarded.”
HRW: Bahrain’s Revolving Prison Doors for Peaceful Activists Make it Clear that It Is Hardly Serious about Changing Its Ways
Bahrain Mirror: Human Rights Watch (HRW) urged the Bahraini authorities to immediately release the political activist Ebrahim Sharif, who was arrested on July 11, 2015, in connection with a speech in which he peacefully criticized the government and called for political reform.
Amnesty International: Bahrain Intends to Silence Dissident Voices by Imprisoning Ebrahim Sharif
Bahrain Mirror: Amnesty International called on the Bahraini authorities to release political activist Ebrahim Sharif, former Secretary General of the National Democratic Action Society (Wa’ad), and end his ongoing prosecution.
Washington Expresses Concern over Sharif’s Arrest, Milad’s Trial and Re-opening of Sheikh Ali Salman’s Case
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The US State Department said that the arrest of recently released Bahraini opposition leader Ibrahim Sharif, detention of opposition figure Majeed Milad, and reports about the re-opening of case against Al-Wefaq Secretary-General Sheikh Ali Salman “raise serious concerns.”
Bahrain Responds to US State Department: Sharif and Milad Are Detained on Legal Basis
Bahrain Mirror: The Bahraini Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded to the statement made by the US State Department, stressing that Ebrahim Sharif and Majeed Milad are detained on the basis of legal procedures.
Bahraini Prosecution Accuses Sharif of Inciting Violence and Overthrow of Regime, Detains him for 15 Days
Bahrain Mirror: The Public Prosecution accused the opposition leader, Ebrahim Sharif, of inciting the use of violence against the regime and promoting the change of the constitutional regime by force, ordering his detention for 15 days pending investigation.