Story: Some Bahrain Trouble-Makers Just Won't Mend Ways - by Brij Sharma - Who hasn't heard of Nabeel Rajab in the Arabian Gulf? Ever since he set up the so-called Bahrain Centre for Human Rights some 14 years ago, this trouble-maker has been in and out of detention, jail and courtrooms [where the representatives of western embassies are invariably present] with royal... #MiddleEast
In A Humanitarian Gesture Bahrain's Prime Minister Donates Money To Odisha Man & His Family Sometimes help presents itself from unexpected corners. Remember Dana Majhi - the Odisha man who walked 12 km with his wife's dead body on his shoulder? He has just been offered help from none other than the Prime Minister of Bahrain. Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa was so upset by Dana Majhi's plight that he decided to extend financial support to the man and his family. The world can take…
An Iranian woman holds up a poster showing Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, a prominent opposition Saudi Shiite cleric who was executed last week by Saudi Arabia. Monday, Jan. 4, 2016: A number of Saudi Arabia's allies have joined diplomatic action against Iran after the Saudi embassy in Tehran was attacked amid a row over the execution. Bahrain and Sudan have both severed relations with Iran, and the UAE has downgraded its diplomatic team. Saudi Arabia on Sunday severed ties with Iran.
BAHRAIN - NEWS: 15.7.12 In London yesterday, protesters from the Opposition demonstrated infront of both the Bahrain & Saudi Arabian embassies calling for freedom, democracy and the banning of Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, who is accused of torturing athletes, from the Olympic Games. Saudi Arabia, which bankrolls Bahrain & supports it militarily, is currently suppressing the Shia population of Qatif, its eastern province. More .. http://www.petercliffordonline.com/bahrain-news