Bahrain dictatorship’s doctors show trial continues, November 2011


This video says about itself:

Bahrain doctors .. jailed for treatment

30 September 2011

Doctors in the Gulf state of Bahrain have been jailed for treating pro-democracy demonstrators.

November 2011: The Bahrain Justice and Development Movement reports on the continuing persecution of doctors and nurses in the absolute Gulf monarchy, arrested for helping patients.

See also here.

Two reports denounce Bahrain for violating academic freedom: here.

A recently published report admits state violence and torture in the Gulf absolute monarchy. Human Rights Watch reaction to the report: here.

Bahraini pro-democracy demonstration in London, 2011


This video is called Australian family happily taking part in 9 March [2012] Bahrain pro-democracy demonstration.

On 26 November 2011 in London, England, Bahrainis demonstrated against the dictatorship in their country.

The march went to the embassies of Saudi Arabia and the United States (both countries have soldiers in Bahrain). The demonstrators also stopped at the embassy of Egypt to express solidarity with pro-democracy Egyptians.

Virginity test” ruling in Egypt this Tuesday: here.

The London demonstration was especially against death penalties for three Bahraini democrats, convicted by military courts in show trials.

Bahrain human rights activist escaped arrest in November 2011


Zainab Alkhawaja

Bahrain: how human rights activist Zainab Alkhawaja defied the police and escaped arrest: here.

Bahraini women tortured in 2011


Bahraini women demonstrating for democracy

On the International Day to End Violence against Women, women of Bahrain are constantly subjected to torture, arrests and violence: here.

Bahrain repression continues: here.

Bahraini security forces scatter protest in Wadian village: video here.

Bahraini dictatorship’s oppression continues


This March 2011 video is called Wife of Arrested Bahrain Opposition Leader, Ibrahim Sharif, Calls for Dialogue.

By Faten Busheri:

Bahraini Political Leader Ibrahim Sharif Arrested Again

12 July 2015 12:06 GMT

Ibrahim Sharif, the Secretary General of the National Democratic Action Society (WAAD), a Bahraini leftist political party, was arrested on July 11 a mere three weeks after his release from a sentence government critics say was politically motivated.

According to WAAD’s statement, several police cars surrounded Sharif’s house at 2:30 am and took him to Muharraq police station.

Bahrain Arrests Opposition Leader Freed Less Than Month Ago: here.

DUBAI – Bahrain has arrested a prominent Sunni Muslim opposition leader three weeks after he was freed from jail for plotting to overthrow the monarchy, the interior ministry said on Sunday. Ibrahim Sharif, former head of the secular National Democratic Action Society, or Waad, was detained for incitement to overthrow the government and publicising “hatred of the regime” in a speech on July 10, a ministry statement carried on the official Bahrain News Agency said. Sharif was freed by royal pardon on June 19 after serving more than four years in prison for his role in an uprising demanding political reforms in the Gulf Arab island monarchy. He was Waad leader at the time of his arrest in March 2011: here.

WikiLeaks show that Hacking Team was selling its products to nations with records of human rights abuses, including Ethiopia, Bahrain, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Azerbaijan: here.