BPA: 41 Infringements against Journalists, Media Professionals and Activists During 2022
The Bahrain Press Association documented 41 infringements against journalists, media professionals, and civil society activists during 2022.
BCHR: Bahrain Continues to Restrict Freedom of Journalists, Producers of Media Content since 2011
The Bahrain Center for Human Rights confirmed that "freedom of opinion and expression is still restricted in Bahrain against those who practice journalistic work and producers of media content on the Internet since 2011 until the present day."
Salam Calls on Government of Bahrain to Stop Intimidation and Persecution of Journalists
SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights called on the Bahraini government "to respect the principles of freedom of the press and to guarantee the freedom of journalists to perform their duties without fear of intimidation or persecution."
Two Bahraini Journalists Banned from Entering the UAE
The UAE security authorities prevented Bahraini journalists Wafa Al-Aamm and Nazeeha Saeed from entering the UAE.
Press Report: Activists in Bahrain have become Unable to Express their Views, They Exercise Self-Censorship due to Repression
The Bahrain Press Association (BPA) said in a report that dissidents, civil society activists in Bahrain and those prevented by the political isolation law from engaging in civil or political activity have become unable to express their stances and comment on internal affairs, except through equivocal words and indirectly.
Israeli Firm Monitors Phones of More than 180 Journalists and Activists around the World, including Saudi Arabia & Bahrain: The Guardian
The British "The Guardian" newspaper revealed that the Israeli technology firm NSO Group targeted editor of the Financial Times and more than 180 editors, investigative reporters and other journalists around the world through surveillance program provided to its government clients across the world, including Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
Bahrain: Decision to Halt Al-Watan Journalists' Dismissal Temporary Measure, Worst to Come
Governmental "Al-Watan" newspaper in Bahrain temporarily halted the decision to lay off 12 journalists after a meeting held between the Labor Ministry and the newspaper.
Bahrain Ranks 10th across the World in Terms of Journalists Arrest
Bahrain ranks 10th in the world on terms of journalists arrests, new statistics issued by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) show.
How Did Al-Ayyam Poll Irritate Nasser bin Hamad?
Local Bahraini Al-Ayyam newspaper dismissed head of sports department Akil Al-Sayed as well as sports journalist Abdullah Al-Babetin after the newspaper published a poll recording a drop in the national clubs content with the performance of the Ministry of Youth.
BPA Issues Its 2018 Annual Report: Bahrain, the Kingdom of Closed Doors
Bahrain Press Academy (BPA) issued its ninth report for 2018 on the World Press Freedom Day entitled "Bahrain, the Kingdom of Closed Doors".
Reporters Without Borders Ranks Bahrain 167 on World Press Freedom Index, Says There’s “No Let-Up"
According to the annual 2019 report of Reporters Without Borders (RSF), Bahrain is ranked not free regarding press freedom. It came in 167th place in the list of 180 countries, which means Bahrain fell back one rank, after coming in 166th last year.
Reporters Without Borders Condemn Life Sentence, Long Prison Term, Revocation of Nationality of Bahraini Blogger & Journalist
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) denounced on Wednesday (November 8, 2017) the harsh prison sentences issued by Bahraini courts against a blogger and a journalist.
Al-Jazeera Journalists Say Ali al-Dhufairi Subject to Pressure, Possible House Arrest
Qatar’s Al-Jazeera journalists have been circulating news that their former colleague, Saudi journalist Ali al-Dhufairi, presenter of “In Depth” and the “Interview”, could be under arrest or restrained movement, or even house arrest.
Saudi Lawyer Leads Case Against Bahrain Journalist Mohammad Al-Shorouqi in Bahraini Courts
The Saudi "News 24" website stated that a Saudi lawyer is leading a case against Bahraini journalist Mohammad Al-Shorouqi in Bahraini courts, for charges of insulting Saudi scholars.
Ali Abdulemam to Washington Post: I dream I will Return to Bahrain Very Soon..My Kids’ Only Memory of Bahrain Is Tear Gas
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Bahraini activist and blogger, Ali Abdulemam, talked about his sufferings in Bahrain in a video interview published by The Washington Post.