Wahabi Al Khalifa forces Raids Shia Sect Mosque in Manama


Al Khalifa forces storm Shia Sect MosqueJNN 02 July 2015 Manama: Mercenary forces affiliated to the Al Khalifa regime in Bahrain stormed a mosque in the capital Manama on Tuesday. Continue reading

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.

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

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

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

Bahrain’s Wahabi Monarchy Disbands Shia Ulema Council , Liquidities its assets


Bahrain's Shia Prisoners and ulemasJNN 18 Sept 2013 Manama  : As a new wave of protests has erupted in Bahrain, the authorities have filed a lawsuit to close a Shia Muslim clerics’ council, accusing it of operating illegally and being involved in politics, the justice ministry said on Monday. 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

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

Saudi Govt sends More tanks and Weapons to Bahrian ,to suppress the Unarmed Protesting Shia Citizens


Saudi Arabia Sends More Tanks and weapons to BahrainJNN 29 April 2013 Manama : Saudi Arabia has sent more tanks and weapons for its troops in Bahrain during the Formula One Grand Prix auto race in Manama. Further More The Bahraini Government has confirmed that they have arrested about 22 Men Since February , for their crime of Protesting against the Monarchy, and demanding their Basic Human Rights. Continue reading

Bahraini Shia Organised a Week to Denounce the Destruction of Mosques by the Al Khalifa Regime


Bahriani Shia Pray on the Site of Demolished Mosque by Al Khalifa Monarchy aJNN 11 Apr 2013 Manama : Bahraini Shia Muslims citizens showed their confirmed determination and participated in the prayers Organized on the demolished Mosques sites  across Bahrain as part of a campaign ” The highlight the atrocities of the Al Khalifa Wahabi Monarchy who have demolished Several mosques for their Personal Benefits ,to save their Unjust rule of Oppresion And discrimination. In this regard they have Organised “  Demolished Mosques week in Bahrain” titled ” strives to ruin them” ( war on religious freedoms), from 5-11 April,2013 to mark the second anniversary of mosques demolition when more than 38 mosques had been demolished by the regime in Bahrain. Continue reading

A female Bahraini Doctor reveals that she was sexually assaulted and tortured to extract false confession in Jail


Bahraini Dr. Fatima HajiJNN  06 Apr 2013 Manama : Dr. Fatima Haji A female Bahraini doctor says the Al Khalifa regime forces have ‘severely’ tortured her and several other doctors, who treated injured anti-regime protesters, in order to extract false confessions.  Continue reading

Bahraini Protests starts Paying Off , as 21 Medics convictions reversed By Court , Pledges to get others freed


Bahriani Medic Released from JailJNN 30 Mar 2013 Manama , An appeals court in Bahrain has reversed the convictions of 21 medics arrested in connection to anti-government protests in 2011. Along with dozens of others, some of whom are still jailed, they helped treat the wounded in the mass unrest.

The physicians, nurses and other hospital workers were convicted last November on misdemeanor charges over their treatment of injured protesters, and for participating in “illegal assemblies.” Some of the accused said their convictions were based on false confessions extracted under torture.

They are now cleared from having to spend three months in prison or paying 200 dinars ($530). Two more similar cases remain open, as the suspects failed to appear in court.

The international medic community hailed the decision as a victory, but said the fight for justice is not yet over.

“The kingdom must now demonstrate a renewed commitment to civil and human rights by compensating the health professionals who were wrongly arrested, mistreated, and convicted; restoring all of those wrongly dismissed to their jobs; freeing others still serving prison sentences on similarly spurious convictions; and fairly prosecuting the officials responsible for these outrageous rights violations,” Dr. Deborah D. Ascheim, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) board chair said.

“We need to see the accountability established. And those who are responsible of torturing the doctors and arresting the doctors and putting forth charges and crimes against the doctors and giving them all this pain, they should be brought to justice. This is the priority,” Dr. Nada Dhaif, one of the acquitted doctors told RT.

Dr. Nabeel Tammam, a surgeon at Salmaniya Medical Complex in Manama, is one of the 21 whose conviction was overturned. “We will continue our pressure until we gain the freedom of all the rest of the medics still in jail,” Dr. Tammam told PHR, “because we believe that they are innocent and that all they did was to perform their humanitarian duty.”

The acquitted medics were among the 82 workers arrested between February and March 2011 for providing medical treatment to protesters. The charges against them went as far as claiming they attempted to overthrow the regime.

In September 2011, 20 of the medics were sentenced to up to 15 years in prison. However, in 2012 they were retried by a civilian court. Nine of them had their sentences reduced to 1 to 3 years in jail; two, who remain at large, had their sentences sustained; nine were acquitted after being found innocent.

Anti-government protests have rocked Bahrain since February 2011, as demonstrators call for an end to the Al-Khalifa monarchy, which has ruled the country since 1974. Hundreds have been arrested, and thousands have lost their jobs. Scores of people have also testified that they were tortured during their arrest.

Bahraini human rights activists have unsuccessfully called on the international community to intervene, over what they have called a suppression of the country’s opposition. A common thread of discontent among protesters is over discrimination against the country’s Shiite majority at the hands of the predominantly Saudi Backed Wahabi government.

Nearly 100 people have been killed since the start of the uprising.

Bahraini Hold a Mass Protest Across the Country on the 2nd Anniversary of the Uprising, A Teenager Martyred due to the Brutal Crackdown of the forces


Bahraini Martyr Hussain Ali Ahmed Ibrahim al-Jazeeri 14 FebJNN 15 Feb 2013 Manama : Bahraini protesters have staged a mass sit-in in Manama to mark the second anniversary of their revolution against the ruling Al Khalifa family. Protest were arranged all over the country , and a Brutal and forceful crack down was down on Peacefully Protester , as a result of which a Young Shia Teenager was Martyred , when the forces fired Birdshots from a very close range.

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Al Khalifa Regime planing to change Shiite Majority Demographic by Inducting Wahabi Immigrants


Syrian Wahabi Refugees given Immigration of BahrainJNN 08 Jan 2013 Manama : Bahrain has granted citizenship to 5,000 Wahabi Syrians, a measure seen as al-Khalifa’s plan to change the demographics of the Shiite-dominated country to the benefit of the Wahabi  population.  Continue reading

Bahraini forces attack and Beat Protester, UK MP returns the X Mas Gift in retaliation to Human Right abuses By Al Khalifa Regime


Bahraini Forces Beat ProrestersJNN 29 Dec 2012 Manama : The Saudi-backed regime forces attacked a group of youth protesters and beat them during the demonstration on Tuesday. Several people were injured and arrested. Continue reading

Bahraini Shia protesters Now challenging Police in Capital Manama


Bahraini Shia Protesters Challlenge Forces in the CapitalJNN 18 Dec 2012 Manama : Security forces in Bahrain fired tear gas ,stun grenades and arrested protesters Monday to break up protests after calls by anti-government groups during marches in the traditional market area of the Gulf nation’s capital, forcing many businesses to close. Continue reading

A Shia Infant and a Senior Martyred , while the Right Activist and Medics Arrested , Protest and Demonstrations continue against Al Khalifa


JNN 20 Oct 2012 Manama : Bahraini have held a funeral procession for latest martyr, who was martyred due to inhalation of tear gas fired by regime forces. while the excessive use of Poisonous Tear Gas have also Martyred an Infant , at the same time about 12 Shia Citizens , which includes Medics, Human Rights Activist were detained in the Brutal Crack Down by the Saudi Backed Bahraini Forces. Continue reading

Another Jailed Bahraini Shia Pro Democracy activist Martyred in custody, While Shia Dr. and Nurse Arrested


JNN 03 Oct 2012 Manama : A young Shia Bahraini Pro Democracy activist jailed for taking part in anti-government protests last year was declared dead by the Authorities who was in custody for treatment of a hereditary disease, the interior ministry said. Continue reading

Tens of Thousands Bahraini Shia Protesters Rally against the Al Khalifa Brutalities


JNN 02 Sept 2012 Manama : Thousands of protesters from Shiite opposition groups marched in Bahrain on Friday to demand the release of jailed activists, witnesses told AFP. The march held under the slogan “Freedom and Democracy” was organised after a two-month break in demonstrations in the tiny Gulf monarchy ruled by a Sunni minority. It was held near a motorway connecting Shiite villages with Manama. Continue reading

Saudi Backed Bahraini Dictator Al Khalifa's Brutal Crack Down on Peaceful Shia Protesters


JNN 11 June 2012 Manama : Bahraini police wounded several people on Saturday morning when they fired sound bombs, tear gas and bird shot to disperse dozens who protested across several areas, witnesses said. Continue reading

Saudi Backed Bahraini Dictator Al Khalifa’s Brutal Crack Down on Peaceful Shia Protesters


JNN 11 June 2012 Manama : Bahraini police wounded several people on Saturday morning when they fired sound bombs, tear gas and bird shot to disperse dozens who protested across several areas, witnesses said. Continue reading

Bahrain's Al Khalifa Govt. officially admit demolishing 38 mosques used for Prayers by Shia followers of Islam


JNN 07.06.12 Manama : Al Wefaq National Islamic Society drew attention to the statement made by the Ministry Justice that officially recognises the demolishing of mosques reflecting their legal, political and moral responsibility as part of a systematic governmental campaign. Continue reading

Bahrain’s Al Khalifa Govt. officially admit demolishing 38 mosques used for Prayers by Shia followers of Islam


JNN 07.06.12 Manama : Al Wefaq National Islamic Society drew attention to the statement made by the Ministry Justice that officially recognises the demolishing of mosques reflecting their legal, political and moral responsibility as part of a systematic governmental campaign. Continue reading