Death Row Inmate Mohammed Ramadan Allowed Physical Contact with his Family for First Time in Years: Reuters
The family of a Bahraini activist on death row was allowed physical contact with Mohammed Ramadhan for the first time in years on a prison visit this week, his wife said, though adding she believed he was not getting proper medical treatment.
King Comments on Pope's Speech after Midnight: Bahrain Dedicated to HR Issues
Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa said, "The Kingdom of Bahrain, in accordance with its principles, is dedicated to affirm, maintain and abide by human rights, in practice, and establishes frameworks to ensure their preservation."
UK Funding Bahrain Organisations Accused of Torture: The Telegraph
The British "The Telegraph" newspaper stated that the UK government has provided millions in funding to security services in Bahrain accused of serious human rights abuses including torture, according to a new report.
International Human Rights Report Documents Torture of 8 Detainees Sentenced to Death
A human rights report that documented the issuance of death sentences after torture and sham trials in Bahrain confirmed that court records of the Bahraini authorities show widespread human rights violations
Some of the Torture Jaafar Sultan Endured in Saudi Arabia
On May 8, 2015, Saudi authorities arrested Bahraini citizens Jaafar Sultan and Sadeq Thamer, and since then their suffering and torture began.
HRW Demands EU to Shed Light on HR Violations in Gulf
Human Rights Watch (HRW) sent a letter to the European Union on its new partnership with the Gulf and called on the EU to shed light on the deteriorating human rights situation in the Gulf region.
Middle East Eye: Serbia Ignored ECHR Ruling by Extraditing Ahmed Jaafar to Bahrain
Serbia extradited Bahraini political dissident Ahmed Jaafar Mohamed Ali after Serbian officials responded to an Interpol red notice request from the kingdom, despite a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) specifically forbidding this.
10 NGOs: Death Sentences against Two Bahraini Citizens in Saudi Arabia Arbitrary Contravention of Application of Domestic Laws
A joint statement issued by 10 human rights organizations said that the death sentences issued by the Saudi Criminal Court against Bahraini citizens Jaafar Muhammad Ali Muhammad Juma Sultan, and Sadiq Majeed Abdul Rahim Ibrahim Thamer, a transgression of spatial jurisdiction by the Saudi judiciary.
Saudi Court Postpones Case of Two Bahrainis on Death Row
The Saudi Court of Appeals postponed the case of Bahraini detainees, Sadiq Thamer and Jaafar Sultan, who are on death row.
Tortured and then Executed: Ali Al-Arab, Ahmed Al-Malali (BCHR Report)
Bahrain Centre for Human Rights (BCHR) issued an annual report on the anniversary of the execution of martyrs Ali Al-Arab and Ahmad Al-Malala. The center asked the Bahraini government to end the illegal use of torture and investigate confessions used in court that were given under torture conditions.
Campaign to Stop Death Sentences in Bahrain
Bahraini opposition forces have decided to launch a social media campaign to demand the halt of death sentences in Bahrain.
Death Sentences Drastically Escalating, Families of Convicted Live in Fear: HR Report
"We don't know when we will wake up and hear my husband is going to be executed. He has lost all his appeals and his sentence is final. So we pray every single day that an execution will not take place," this is how Zainab, wife of one of the death convict detainees, expressed her fear over her husband's life.
Bahrain Press Association Commends Release of Some Prisoners, Calls on Authorities to Abolish Death Penalty
The Bahrain Press Association said it applauds "the release of some political prisoners in Bahrain under the Alternative Penal Code."
US Department of State Report Criticizes Human Rights Violations in Bahrain
US Department of State issued its 2020 annual human rights report and discussed the human rights situation in Bahrain in 39 pages.
European Union Criticizes Dire Human Right Condition in Bahrain
The European Union has pledged to use all possible means to continue improving human rights in Bahrain.
Death Sentence against 3 Asians over Deliberate Murder
The Cassation Court upheld death sentence against 3 Asians over deliberate murder. Chief Prosecutor Ali Al-Shuwiakh stated that the Court of Cassation unanimously upheld the execution of three defendants over charge of deliberate murder and theft.
39 French Parliamentarians Call on Bahrain to Halt Execution Orders against Mohammad Radaman, Hussein Mousa
39 French Parliamentarians demanded the government of Bahrain to halt the execution orders against Mohammad Radaman and Hussein Mousa, who are convicted of killing a policeman in a blast in 2014.
US Senator: Upholding Death Sentences of Mohammad Ramadan and Hussain Moosa Stains Bahrain's Human Rights Record
Democratic United States Senator Ben Cardin said that upholding the death sentences against the two young Bahraini men, Mohammad Ramadan and Hussain Moosa, is another stain on Bahrain's human rights record.
16 Rights Groups Urge Bahrain King to Halt Executions of Ramadan and Moosa
King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa of Bahrain should commute the death sentences of Mohamed Ramadan and Hussein Ali Moosa, 16 international and Bahraini rights groups said in a joint letter to the king. The men were not afforded a fair trial and their allegations of torture were not adequately investigated.
Three Rights Groups Hail High Commissioner Statement against Death Penalty in Bahrain
Three Bahraini human rights organizations expressed appreciation for the statement issued on July 14, 2020, by the High Commissioner for Human Rights on the arbitrary death sentences issued against torture victims, Mohammad Ramadan and Hussain Moosa.