Mother of Detained Child, Qasim Al-Samie: Interior Ministry Targets Our Children, Officer Told Him: As We Brought Your Siblings for Interrogation, I Brought You
The mother of detained child, Qasim Jameel Al-Samie (17), a victim of arbitrary detention, demanded his release, stating that he is innocent of the charges raised against him and calling for implementing the law. This comes after he was presented to the Public Prosecution, and his detention was renewed two weeks for the third time.
A Bahraini Night: Between Cries of Abbas Al-Samie’s Mother and Celebration of Country’s Team Win
Thursday night (December 6, 2019), while Bahrainis were enjoying a pleasure that clouded some of the awfulness of their unfortunate situation when their national team was qualified for the finals of Gulf Cup 19, there was a different scene taking place in a small Bahraini village, Al-Sanabis, village of martyr Abbas Al-Samei.
Beirut Hosts Tomorrow Conference for Salam on Political Executions in Bahrain
Beirut hosts tomorrow a conference for Salam for Democracy and Human Rights entitled "Political Executions in Bahrain".
HRW in Joint NGO Letter: Member States Should Call for Improvements in Human Rights Situation in Bahrain
A number of human rights groups urged permanent representatives of member and observer states of UN Human Rights Council to call for improvements in human rights situation in Bahrain at 34th HRC session.
Martyrs of a Nation: New Bahrain Mirror Publication about the Executed Bahrainis
Bahrain Mirror issued a new publication entitled “Martyrs of a Nation,” which focuses on martyrs “Abbas Al-Samie, Sami Mushaima and Ali l-Singace.”
The Remnants of the Arab Spring in Bahrain, Isabel Woodford
Recent execution of three opponents of the political regime in Bahrain highlights subtle but frightening reassertion of authoritarianism in the country and the Middle East.
Second Edition of Jaw Novel out, Readers Say this Book could Break You
Bahrain Mirror issued the second edition of the Jaw Novel this week on Wednesday (February 15, 2017). “Jaw,” a literary work written by a Bahraini political prisoner, was well received by readers and gained popularity in the country.
Hezbollah SG Sayed Hassan Nasrallah on Feb. 14 Anniversary: Bahrain’s Survival Lies in Listening to People’s Demands
Hezbollah Secretary General Sayed Hassan Nasrallah said that the Bahrain’s survival lies in listening to the demands of the Bahraini people, noting that Saudi Arabia controls the political and security decisions in Bahrain.
Video: Thousands in Sitra Shout “Down with Hamad” on February 14 Revolution’s 6th Anniversary
Thousands of Bahraini protesters, men and women, took to the streets in a mass protest throughout Sitra, East of the capital Manama. They raised slogans against King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, on the night of Monday (February 13, 2017).
PHOTOS: Bahrainis Break Fear with Mass Protests on the Eve of February 14 Revolution’s Anniversary
Angry demonstrations took to the streets of various Bahraini areas, on the eve of the February 14 revolution’s 6th anniversary.
Martyrs’ Families Denied Visiting their Sons in Mahooz Cemetery since 3 Weeks
The Bahraini security authorities continued to prevent families of martyrs, who were executed on January 15, from visiting their sons in the Mahooz cemetery.
PHOTOS: Despite Record-Low Temperature, Protesters Endure Diraz Sit-in
Despite the record-low temperature recorded in Bahrain (7 °C) on the dawn of Friday (February 3, 2017), protesters continued their demonstration outside the house of religious leader, Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim.
How did the Martyrs’ Parents Receive their Sons’ Execution Uniforms?
As if the shock of death was not enough for the regime— They handed the martyrs’ families the clothes, which they were wearing when they were executed by a firing squad.
Reuters: Off-duty Bahrain Policeman Killed in “Terrorist Act”
An off-duty policeman was shot dead in Bahrain on Sunday in what the interior ministry called a “terrorist act”, state news agency BNA reported, according to Reuters.
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.
HRW: Kuwait Executions Reflect Growing Trend of Death Penalty in Region
Human Rights Watch (HRW) reported on Friday (January 27, 2017), that Kuwait carried out seven executions by hanging on January 25, 2017, the first time the Gulf state carried out the death penalty in four years.
Martyr Ali Al-Singace in Last Visit: I Cry out of Fear for You...I Will Pray Tonight
The family tried to escape the gloominess of situation since it was their very last gathering with Ali. They wanted to show the authorities that they were neither broken nor regretful. They kept their heads held up high until the end of this final meeting.
UN Rights Experts Send Urgent Appeal to Bahrain Government to Stop New Executions
Two United Nations human rights experts have appealed today to the Government of Bahrain to spare the lives of Mohammad Ramadan and Hussein Moosa, who are at risk of imminent execution, and to ensure a re-trial of the defendants in compliance with international standards.
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.
14000 People Sign Petition Issued by Reprieve Demanding to Stop Execution of Mohammad Ramadan
The British Reprieve Organization published a petition on its website saying that “we have to do everything we can to save the man who may be next Mohammed Ramadan after the authorities executed on Sunday (January 15) three men – the first executions in the country for six years.”