Time to normalize ties with Israel: Bahrain
US Selling Arms Worth Nearly $ 4 Billion to Repressive Bahraini Regime
Bahraini Regime in Widespread Crackdown on Opposition Activists
BFHR Launches Report about Detained Al-Wefaq Leader Sheikh Hasan Isa Entitled “Trial of Conscience under the Pretext of Terrorism”
Islam Times - The Saudi regime has literally bribed its citizens amid growing calls for protests against the monarchy over austerity measures imposed following a budget deficit.
Islam Times - Amnesty International has said that Saudi rulers are trying to crush the kingdom’s human rights movement after they arrest two more activists.
Islam Times - With a crackdown on dissenters and a charm offensive to woo the kingdom's swelling youth population, Saudi Arabia's king-in-waiting Mohammed bin Salman is cementing his grip on power, analysts say.
Islam Times - Human rights groups have condemned Saudi regime's recent mass detention of several prominent clerics, intellectuals and activists as "a coordinated crackdown on dissent".
Islam Times - Saudi activists have called for peaceful protests in the kingdom on Friday while the regime in Riyadh continues with its crackdown of dissident clerics.
Islam Times - The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov visited Saudi Arabia on Sunday for talks with his Saudi counterpart Adel al-Jubeir in Jeddah.
Islam Times - Two Red Sea and Indian Ocean islands belonging to Yemen have been rented out to the UAE for what the media called a 25-year rental contract signed between Yemen’s fugitive former President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi and the Emirati officials.
Islam Times - A Saudi warplane has crashed in Yemen’s southern province of Abyan for unknown reasons, killing the pilot onboard.
Islam Times - The Saudi regime is under pressure to immediately release several clerics arrested in renewed crackdown on dissent in the authoritarian monarchy.
Islam Times - Clearly the war in Syria and the international push for regime change against Assad has created strange alliances in the Middle East over the past few years.
Islam Times - Qatar says the “illegal” blockade imposed on Doha by the Saudi-led quartet of countries is aimed to force the peninsular Persian Gulf nation to become a “state of trusteeship.”
Islam Times - Britain has exported almost £5bn worth of weapons to repressive regimes in course of less than 2 years, The Guardian reported.
Islam Times - Saudi security forces have reportedly arrested nearly 20 people, known for opposing the absolute monarchy in the Persian Gulf kingdom, in the past 24 hours.
Islam Times - Although the official US narrative on the September 11, 2001 attacks does not give away the real perpetrators behind the operation, it can be safely assumed that “Wahhabi” elements from Saudi Arabia provided direct support to them, says an analyst in Virginia.
Islam Times - The Saudis cannot win the war they launched against the neighboring Yemen two-and-a-half-Year ago due to the resistant nation's strong inclination to maintain its dignity.
Islam Times - New evidence in a lawsuit, which holds Saudi Arabia responsible for the September 11, 2001 attacks, shows that the kingdom may have funded a “dry run” prior to the incident.
Islam Times - Nearly 1,200 children have been killed in Yemen, most in airstrikes by the Saudi military coalition, according to the latest UN figures on the three-year aggression.
Islam Times - The UN's World Food Program (WFP) says it is due to Saudi Arabia to provide the whole vital needs of Yemeni nation as the west-backed regime continues its 29-month aggression on neighboring Yemen.
Islam Times - Iran has confirmed a report that a Saudi Arabian delegation is scheduled to visit Tehran soon, less than two years after the Riyadh unilaterally severed its ties with the Islamic Republic.
Islam Times - At least five Saudi troops have been killed in a Yemeni retaliatory attack following the kingdom's airstrikes on its impoverished neighbor.
Islam Times - The Saudi economy is facing a bleak and uncertain future with a projected growth of a mere 0.1 percent in real.