The Unfolding Decline of Bahrain's Social Insurance Organization
In a disconcerting turn of events, the Social Insurance Organization in Bahrain, one of the largest custodians of public funds, finds itself forced to liquidate its assets to meet pension obligations.
Bahrain's Purchase of Italian FC Inter Milan Raises Concerns about Social Insurance Organization Funds
The Social Insurance Organization has been experiencing investment losses, with its profits appearing disproportionately small in comparison to its substantial assets, valued at 2.6 billion dinars in fixed and movable assets.
From Qatar to Iran to Yemen, Conciliations Signed: Bahrain Remains Excluded
"Coming out of a victory, entering into a loss" is what applies to Bahrain in all the regional conflicts it has entered. Countries are reconciliating and Bahrain is left hanging.
Who is Blamed over Death of Bahraini Soldiers in Jizan?
A few days ago, the Bahrain Defense Force mourned a number of its members after news of a drone attack targeting the headquarters of the Bahraini forces participating in the war on Yemen.
Bahrain's Speaks at the UN, State of Repression Gives Lecture on Freedoms and Tolerance
In his speech to the United Nations General Assembly, the Bahraini Minister of Foreign Affairs, Abdullatif Al-Zayani, lied to the world so effortlessly.
Government Enters "Financial Foolishness" Stage: Low Oil Prices, Higher Deficit
Bahrain Mirror: Believe it or not, the government of Bahrain has come after only nine months to request a meeting with the Speakers of the House of Representatives and the Shura Council and their members, in order to raise the debt ceiling by one billion dinars. It also announced that the country's actual deficit reached BD381 million ($1.01 billion) for the first six months of this year alone.
Three Years since Bahrain's Normalization: Selling Sovereignty for Nothing
Three years have passed since Bahrain normalized its relations with the Israeli entity. This step that has not been popularly accepted in Bahrain for three years, has made clear to the world, beyond any doubt, the wide and large gap between the rulers and the people, as the two sides seem to live in two completely different worlds.
Bahrain Buys Old Illusion: Summary of Crown Prince's Historic Visit
Bahrain's Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad's visit to Washington ended with a meeting with US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin.
Bahrain, US Sign Strategic Agreement: Protecting Those in Power with Complete US Hegemony
Bahrain and the United States are expected to sign a strategic economic and security agreement this week that will upgrade the U.S. security commitment to the Gulf kingdom, according to US media reports.
Washington to Welcome Bahraini Official who Evades Country's Crises Instead of Resolving them
Crown Prince and Prime Minister Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa will travel to the United States next week for an official visit, leaving behind a host of deepening crises, mainly an open-ended hunger strike that more than 800 prisoners of conscience have launched over a month ago.
Prime Minister Preoccupied with Ramzan Al-Nuaimi's Songs while 800 Prisoners on Hunger Strike
What is the stance of the Prime Minister of Bahrain regarding what's happening in Jaw Central Prison? Does the Prime Minister deny the deteriorating humanitarian crisis, in which more than 800 prisoners of conscience have been on hunger strike for a month?
Did Prisoners Reject Offer for Additional Privileges?
Political prisoners on hunger strike in Bahrain have rebuffed government concessions and will extend their protest, raising the stakes in the biggest showdown in recent years between dissidents and the ruling family, Reuters reported. This piece of news was published in most media outlets and was circulated by the world's press.
Prisoners Continue their Hunger Strike Despite Promises
More than 800 political prisoners in Bahrain are entering their fourth week of hunger strike, and for the first time in a long time, the government seems helpless and placed in a narrow corner, facing media and political pressure without its ability to maneuver.
Full Details of Meeting between Representatives of Authorities and Prisoners on Hunger Strike
The London-based director of human rights organization BIRD, Sayed Ahmed Al-Wadaei, revealed the details of the meeting of the head of the National Institute for Human Rights (NIHR), affiliated with the Bahraini authorities, Ali Al-Dirazi, and an accompanying delegation, with representatives of the prisoners on hunger strike.
Education Minister and Scholarships: Blatant Lies
No one was surprised this year, like previous years, by the continuation of discriminatory policies regarding scholarships that have been practiced in an organized and deliberate manner since 2011. The methods have changed and the policies have remained the same.
Prisoners' Hunger Strike: Crisis Deeper than Just Detention Conditions
We enter the fifth day of the hunger strike launched by hundreds of political prisoners in Bahrain, to demand the release of other detainees held in the harshest isolation prison, also calling for basic human rights.
Detainee Al-Fardan: Tolerance Doesn't Include You
Bahrain's ruling family can tolerate all religious and cultural trends, and interact with various humanitarian situations, except the demands of political detainees who are denied their basic rights.
Ruling Family Received $1.700 Million Increase in Revenues
Oil prices continue to increase amid pledges by major producers to cut production, while Bahrain's oil revenues continue to surge, but who's benefiting from this increase?
Why Children's Hunger Strike in Bahrain's Prisons Extremely Important
It can be said that the hunger strike launched by the six convicted children in the Dry Dock Prison three days ago is one of the most important strikes that must be highlighted, as through their hunger, the young convicts announce Bahrain's failure to abide by the Restorative Justice Law for Children.
Ashura 2023: Discipline, Mass Attendance and Interior Ministry's Yazidi Doctrine
The 10 days of Muharram have passed, only 10 days a year, in which the Shiite community, which represents the majority of Bahrain's population, expresses its grief over the martyrdom of the grandson of the Prophet Mohammad