Death Penalty in Bahrain: Failure of Justice

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Death penalty is regarded as one of the extremist convictions. It is also one of the crucial sentences as almost all human rights organizations call for outlawing death penalty. These organisations strongly believe that no individual has the privilege to violate the sanctity of others’ right to life. Although (130) country worldwide cease or impose …

Report on National Institution for Human Rights

Bahrain is still witnessing, since February 2011, complicated human rights issues due to the way the Bahrain government deals with citizens. The Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry (BICI) report has set a description to these issues that can be summarized in violations of the right to life, the right to physical safety, the freedom of …

Revoking Citizenships: the Silent Execution

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The Bahraini regime used stripping of nationality as an instrument to punish the political opponents since the last century. The first time it was used was in 1954 when a national leader, Abdul-Rahman Al-Bakir, was stripped of his Bahraini nationality for his political activities against the authorities. He was deported along with a number of …