Bahrain Freedom Movement

Add to: 30/12/2011 | Read Number: 576

As the year to an end, the thought of Bahrainis goes to those who have lost their lives in the struggle to achieve freedom, liberty and democracy. They also hope that the new year will see an end to the brutal regime of the Al Khalifa who has now become the enemy No 1 to the people of Bahrain.


Bahrain: Appeals to human rights bodies for serious intervention

Add to: 23/12/2011 | Read Number: 718

As the people’s revolution continues unabated, Bahrainis have appealed to the international human rights bodies and political leaders to take a stand and force the Al Khalifa regime to release the prisoners of conscience.


House of Lords seminar discusses Bahrain’s revolution

Add to: 15/12/2011 | Read Number: 1722

A seminar was held today, 15th December, at the House of Lords organized by Lord Avebury under the title: “Dead End for a regime guilty of systematic torture”. It was addressed by several speakers and victims of abuse.


Bahrain: One more martyr as the revolution leaps forward

Add to: 09/12/2011 | Read Number: 917

The fall of the latest martyr is another testimony to the extreme brutality of a hated regime that has resorted to expensive and daring forms of deception to convince the people that it is reforming.


Add to: 03/12/2011 | Read Number: 648

Bahraini opposition have been outraged by the tactics of deception adopted by the Al Khalifa clan as they continue to divert attention away from their crimes and the people’s calls for their downfall from power.


Add to: 24/11/2011 | Read Number: 793

The United State and Britain have been urged to take an immediate action to indict Bahrain’s ruler after a report he had financed found his regime guilty of excessive use of force, torture and sexual assaults on prisoners.


Add to: 23/11/2011 | Read Number: 656


Add to: 18/11/2011 | Read Number: 775

As preparations for phase 2 of Bahraini’s revolution get underway, the regime has embarked on a new wave of terror against the people; arresting activists and abusing jailed leaders.


Bahrain: 2nd Phase of revolution expected on 23rd November

Add to: 10/11/2011 | Read Number: 1172

In a step that could alter the balance of power in the country, the 14th February Youth have called for a massive flare up of revolutionary zeal on 23rd February, the day on which the highly politicized report by Charif Bissiouni will be released. According to internal sources, the report has been “sexed up” after American intervention.


More protests as the latest martyr is buried; an elderly Bahraini

Add to: 03/11/2011 | Read Number: 823

An elderly man was martyred this morning after being pursued and hit by members of the Death Squads operated by the royal court. Hajj Ali Hassan, 70, was returning home last night when he was set upon by those heavily-armed killers.


Bahrain: “Arrows of Dignity” pierce the body of dictatorship and occupation

Add to: 23/10/2011 | Read Number: 1179

The brutal end meted on Colonel Gaddafi of Libya has sent shock waves to Bahrain’s dictator and his regime. Bahrainis were encouraged by the downfall off the dictator as they acted firmly during the week they had termed “Arrows of dignity” during which they demonstrated in many parts of the country.


Bahrain: ill-treatment and torture threaten the lives of leaders

Add to: 20/10/2011 | Read Number: 1022

Fears for the lives of the opposition leaders jailed for their opinion and political demands have grown in the past two weeks after reports of criminal behavior by the Al Saud and Al Khalifa security forces were reported.


Bahrain: Al Qattan’s blood will haunt the Twin Evil Alliance and defeat it

Add to: 08/10/2011 | Read Number: 979

Yesterday’s funeral procession of the latest martyr has confirmed without any doubt that killing of Bahrainis has only solidified their position and crystallized their vision for fundamental political change.


Bahrain: Deteriorating human situation as leaders and doctors jailed

Add to: 02/10/2011 | Read Number: 1056

The martyrdom of Jaffar LutfAllah, 74, from Abu Saibe’ village on Friday 30th September has enraged the people of Bahrain and called on the international community to take serious actions to stop the onslaught by Saudi and Al Khalifa forces on the country. Mr LutfAllah had inhaled large amounts of chemical gases fired by the regime’s security forces on Sunday 18th September and went into coma. He was taken to hospital and passed away 12 days later.


Bahrain: Appeals to world leaders to intervene to stop blood bath

Add to: 20/09/2011 | Read Number: 1540

The two days of reckoning in Bahrain are fast approaching as the Al Khalifa junta threatened a blood bath. On 23rd and 24th September the people of Bahrain will attempt to re-conquer the Pearl Roundabout in order to mourn those who were murdered by the Saudi and Al Khalifa forces in mid March.


Bahrain: Escalation of revolution as people insist on regime change

Add to: 09/09/2011 | Read Number: 1319

The international pressure on the Al Khalifa regime has forced it to “drink the poison” and release the medical staff whose members had been accused by the Al Khalifa and Al Saud officials of the most serious crimes, including killing patients, falsifying evidence and plotting to overthrow the regime. Their release on Tuesday 6th September has exposed the lies, fabrications and most important of all, the crimes, committed by the regime.


Add to: 02/09/2011 | Read Number: 1244

The killing on Wednesday of an under-aged Bahraini boy has re-ignited the revolution and took the country into what could become a decisive phase of its revolution. Ali Jawad Ahmad Al Sheikh, 14, was with a group of boys at the graveyard to visit the grave of an earlier martyr, Ali Al Mo’men, who had been killed in mid-March.


Add to: 25/08/2011 | Read Number: 1723

A seminar on Bahrain’s independence was held at the House of Lords at the invitation of Lord Avebury on Tuesday 23rd Agust 2011. Several people took part in it including two former prisoners from Bahrain who addressed the seminar by Skype. Here is a brief of the proceedings


Forty years after the British withdrawal

Add to: 25/08/2011 | Read Number: 1576

Bahrain: From colonialism to dictatorship and occupation In mid-August 1971 Britain withdrew its forces from all areas east of Suez, including Bahrain. The end of the 150 years of British protection heralded a new era of extreme repressive dictatorship. How much did the British legacy influence the subsequent decades? How deeply-rooted is the on-going revolution in that legacy? Can the regime survive?


Bahrain: Independence Day remembered as royal commission nears collapse

Add to: 19/08/2011 | Read Number: 1275

Tension is rising in the country on the eve of Imam Ali’s martyrdom. The regime’s armed militias (Death Squads) have threatened to attack the religious procession in Muharraq tonight and tomorrow night. These squads are responsible for the abduction, torture and killing hundreds of Bahrainis in the past twelve months.


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