This video says about itself:
Bahrain: Rights Activist Speaks Out Before Arrest
3 September 2014
Maryam al-Khawaja, speaking in May 2014 in London, expresses her fears that she will be arrested on her return to Bahrain, and her intent to continue to engage non-violent activism and civil resistance.
From Al-Manar daily in Lebanon:
Bahrain Official News Agency Mourns ISIL Dead Gunmen
Despite the involvement of Bahraini warplanes in strikes against the positions and goals of the so-called ‘Islamic State of Iraq and Levant’ (ISIL) takfiri organization and other terrorist groups, policies adopted by Bahraini authorities confirm they sponsor terrorist groups, according to accusations repeated by activists.
Considering the fact that the majority of those recruited in terrorist organizations are elements who came from Bahraini security and military institutions, the-kingdom-run news agency (BNA) mourned the Bahraini gunmen Abdulaziz Al-Jowder, 19 years, dubbed as Abu Hajar, one of ISIL members who was killed recently in Iraq.
BNA published official announcement of condolence entitled “Abdul Aziz Nizar Ali Mohammad Al-Jowdar … passed away.”
It said that Abdulaziz Nizar Ali Mohammad Al-Jowder, 19 years, has passed away. Men condolences to be received in the Jassim Al Zayani lounge starting from this afternoon, and that of women are to be received in his father’s house.
Later, BNA omitted the news from its website, after knowing that Jowdar has communicated with his family denying his death.
11-10-2014 – 14:35
Bahrain rights activist charged over insulting tweets: here.
The source, who agreed to speak only on condition of anonymity, claimed that the penetration of IS ideology into Bahrain’s security organisations has been made easier by an ongoing government policy to recruit Sunni police officers from Yemen, Syria, Jordan and Pakistan, many of whom the source said shared the same belief system as IS: here.