240 Shia School Children in Custody of Bahraini forces


240 Bahraini School Children in Custody of Bahraini ForcesJNN 08 Aug 2015 Manama : Bahraini security forces have arrested 10 children under 18 over the past two weeks and they are now in custody instead of their classrooms, the Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) was quoted by the Arabic-language Al-Ahed news website as saying on Monday. Continue reading

Sunni & Shia Muslims Perform Friday Prayers United in Kuwait & Bahrain


Sunni Shia Muslims Perfrom Friday Prayers United in KuwaitJNN 06 July 2015 Kuwait : Hundreds of Shia and Sunni Muslims prayed for National Unity at Kuwait’s Grand Mosque on Friday, vowing to block any attempt to stir sectarian division a week after a so-called Islamic State staged the country’s deadliest Terrorist attack.
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Bahrain’s Shia Majority Opposition Leader’s Trial Ends


Bahrain's Opposition Leader Sh. Ali SalmanJNN 03 Feb 2015 Manama – The trial of prominent Bahraini opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman concluded in Manama. During the trial on Wednesday morning, the Shiite leader denied all charges leveled against him. Salman’s lawyer has called for his immediate release, Press TV reported. Sheikh Salman was arrested in late December 2014 over alleged anti-regime incitements. The 49-year-old cleric is charged with “promoting regime change by force, threats, and illegal means, and of insulting the Interior Ministry publicly,” said Bahraini prosecutor Nayef Mahmud. Tensions have been running high in the monarchy since Salman’s arrest. The arrest is part of the Al Khalifah regime’s brutal suppression of anti-regime protesters since 2011. Scores of people have been killed and thousands more wounded during the crackdown. The regime has also detained many protesters.

Bahrian’s Shia Oppostion Leader arrested by Al Khalifa Regime , thousands Protest , Iran condemn


Bahraini Shia Protest on the arrest of Oppositon Leader Sh. SalmanJNN 04 Jan 2015 Manama : “The West believes in the protection of human rights and democracy, but when it comes to the regimes in the region, such values are ignored and not discussed at a greater level because of these interests they have in the Persian Gulf,” Sheikh Salman told Press in an interview just before his arrest on December 28.
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Bahraini Govt Manipulates Naturalization Figures , Shia Population should increase the Birth rate to counter the threat


Bahrain's Demography Manuplated by NaturalizationJNN 22 Aug 2014 Manama : Khalil Almarzooq, Political Assistant of Al Wefaq Secretary-General, has revealed alarming numbers of naturalization in Bahrain, reflected from official statistics provided by the State-run Central Information Organization. He said manipulation in official numbers revealed at least 95,372 foreigners have granted Bahraini nationality. This number makes 17.3% of change in the demography of Bahrain. Continue reading

Bahraini Shia Citizens Protest against Al Khalifa Regime against their Anti Human Rights Policies


Bafriani Shia Protest against the Al Khalifa RegimeJNN 11 Aug 2014 Manama : Protesters in the tiny Persian Gulf country of Bahrain have staged an anti-regime rally in protests against the ruling Al Khalifa dynasty’s continued suppression of dissent and its violation of human rights. Plus its Policy of Revoking Nationalities of Shia Citizens , and awarding Nationality on Sectarian Grounds  on Large Scale to change the Demographic of the Island Nation .  Continue reading

Bahrain’s Wahabi Govt wants to Suspend Activities of Majority Shia Opposition Party


Bahrain's Main Opposition Al WefaqJNN 23 July 2014 Manama : Bahrain’s Justice Ministry asked a court to suspend the activities of the main opposition group, a move that could set back any efforts to restart reconciliation talks in the Persian Gulf kingdom. The leader of the Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, Sheikh Ali Salman, said his group planned to challenge the move by legal means. Continue reading

Wahabi Al Khalif Regime Destroyed 38 Mosques, Now Building Church


Shia Mosque Bulldozed in BahrainJNN 10 July 2014 Manama : The Al Khalifa regime is planning to build the largest Roman catholic church in the Persian Gulf region. At the same time the Bahrain Govt has Demolished about 38 Mosques, in the country , under different pretexts . Continue reading

Bahraini forces Crack down on Shia Peaceful Protest rallies in Sitra


Bahraini protesters again attacked by police forcesJNN 21 June 2014 Manama : Bahraini security forces have intensified their brutal crackdown on anti-regime protesters as police clash with demonstrators holding rallies in several villages in the island of Sitra near the capital Manama.
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Thousands Pro-democracy Shia Protesters March in Bahrain ahead of F1 race


Bahraini Majority Shia Population Protest against the Wahabi MonarchyJNN 05 April 2014 Manama : Around 20,000 mainly Shia protesters again marched in Bahrain calling for democratic reforms in the Wahabi-ruled kingdom. The peaceful demonstration took place west of the country’s capital of Manama on Friday, just two days ahead of the annual F1 race. Continue reading

Bahrain Govt Hiring Pakistani Ex Military Personnel to quell the Majority Shia Protest


Bahrain Police recruits Ex Paksitani Military MenJNN 17 Mar 2014 ISLAMABAD: Recruitment of retired military personnel by the armed forces’ welfare bodies for serving in Arab hotspots such as Bahrain is not official government policy, explains Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson Tasneem Aslam. Continue reading

Bahraini Shia Committed against the Wahabi Monarchy on the 3rd Anniversary of the Revolution


Anti-government protesters throw stones at riot police after the funeral procession for Asma Hussain, in the village of Jid Al HajJNN 14 Feb 2014 Manama : Clashes with police have marked the third anniversary of the Bahrain uprising that had seen numerous human rights violations by the government and wide social discontent of the majority Shia population with the minority ruling Sunni monarchy. Continue reading

Bahrain’s Opposition Sets Conditions for Dialogue , Release the Freedom Seeker from Jails First


Bahrain's Shia Cleric Sh. Essa & Mehmood Al MusawiJNN 20 Jan 2014 Manama : Bahrain’s senior Shia cleric Ayatollah Sheikh Issa Qassem said the main move that will pave the way for dialogue with the country’s ruling regime is the release of freedom-seekers held in prisons. Continue reading

Muharram Procession In Memory of Imam Hussain a.s attacked by the Saudi Backed Wahabi Bahraini Forces


Bahrain violates religious rights, attacks Ashura ritualJNN 10 Nov 2013 Manama : Bahraini regime forces attacked Shia Muslims marking the Martyrdom of Hazrat Imam Hussain a.s in the Holy Month of Muharram , Commemorating their Religious rites in southern part of the capital, Manama, violating the freedom of  religious rights of the majority of the Persian Gulf country. Continue reading

Revolution Knocking at the Doorstep : Doomsday of the Sheikhdoms within Sight


Saudi Revolution in the offingJNN 26 Oct 2013 DURHAM, England — THIS summer, disgruntled Saudis took their grievances online in droves, complaining of ever-growing inequality, rising poverty, corruption and unemployment. Their Twitter campaign became one of the world’s highest trending topics. Continue reading

Bahraini Forces Brutal Crack down on the Peaceful Protest at funeral


Bahraini police brutally quashes protest at funeralJNN 16 Oct 2013 Manama : Bahraini forces have resorted to the use of plastic bullets, tear gas and sound grenades in a brutal effort to disband hundreds of anti-regime protesters following the funeral for Yousif Ali al-Nashmi, who was killed while in custody of the Saudi-backed regime. Continue reading

Thousands of Bahrainis Protest the arrest of Shia Oppostion Leader


Protest By Al Wefaq in Budaiya , 27 Sept , 2013 fJNN 30 Sept 2013 Manama : Thousands of Bahrianis came out on the Roads to register their Protest in the west of the country’s capital, Manama, over the arrest of a prominent opposition figure, just hours after another rally ended with clashes with police. Continue reading

Thousands of Defiant Bahrainis Peacefullly Protest for the Democratic Reforms


Bahraini Protest for DemocracyJNN 26 Aug 2013 Manama : Thousands of Bahrainis took to the streets in a march for democratic reform outside the capital Manama, 10 days after a police crackdown on a similar demonstration organized online by activists inspired by the Egyptian protests. Continue reading

Bahraini Shia held funeral for 10 year old who had ‘teargas-related cancer’


BAHRAIN-POLITICAL-UNREST-FUNERALJNN 14 Aug 2013 Manama : Hundreds of people in Bahrain have taken to the streets to mourn for a young boy who died after  inhaling toxic teargas which later caused Cancer used by Saudi-backed regime forces. Continue reading

Monarchy Blessed Parliament approves New legislation to Curb the Revolution , Shia Opposition vows to continue their struggle Until the Victory


Bahraini opposition vows continuing protestsJNN 02 Aug 2013 Manama : Bahriani Parliament has approved 22 new Legislation , which give the already Repressive Regime to Crack Down on the Majority Shia Population , and even now the Nationality of the Convicts can even be revoked. But the Bahraini Shia Oppostion vows for More Protest ,Until the Political freedom and Dominance of the Monarchy , over the Regime is curtailed upto a limit of the Constitutional Monarchy , and the Democracy is restored in the True letter & Spirit in the Island Republic. Continue reading

Dozens of Shia Protesters Injured in firing by the Security Forces , while a Policeman also injured By a fire


Bahraini Protesters Exchange Fire with LEA,sJNN 23 July 2013 Manama : Dozens of people were reportedly injured in Bahrain early Friday, after police fired birdshot to disperse hundreds of anti-government protesters in several Shiite villages. A policeman was also wounded after being shot by a homemade gun. Continue reading

Causes and Remedies to Boiling Saudi Revolution


Shia Uprising in Saudi ArabiaJNN 19 June 2013 Riyadh : The eastern region of Saudi Arabia has witnessed a deadly cycle of demonstrations, shootings, and detentions for more than two years. While Shia in the east share grievances with the rest of the country, simmering discontent is aggravated by a history of regime discrimination and provincial neglect. To stabilize the region, the regime must address the roots of dissent at both the local and the national levels. Continue reading

Bahriani Government Now dividing the country by fencing the Shia and Sunni area on Sectarian Basis


Bahrian Govt. fences the Shia - Sunni areasJNN 13 June 2013 Manama :  The Bahraini authorities have taken on a campaign to siege certain areas known to be opponent to the Government. A number of Shia residential areas have been isolated and surrounded with barriers or fences in order to contain protests inside. Continue reading

Saudi Backed Bahriani Forces Raided the House of the Top Shia Cleric to enrage the Shiite Population


Top Shiite Cleric Sh.Isa QasimJNN 20 May 2013 Manama : Bahraini security forces raided the house of top Shi’ite cleric Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim on Friday, the opposition said, an act likely to enrage the island’s majority Shi’ite population which is at loggerheads with its Wahabi rulers. Continue reading

Bahraini Al Khalifa’s Biased Court sentences 31 Protesters to 15 years in Prison


Bahraini-court-sentences-17-anti-regime-protesters-to-15-yearsJNN 7 May , 2013 Manama : A defense lawyer in Bahrain says a court has sentenced 31 protesters to 15 years in prison each for roles in firebomb attacks against security forces during an anti-government demonstration last year. Continue reading