Tag: Al-Wefaq

Bahraini Appeals Court Confirms Dissolution of Wa’ad, Last Major Opposition Group

Bahraini Appeals Court Confirms Dissolution of Wa’ad, Last Major Opposition Group

26 October 2017 – Bahrain’s High Court of Appeals has today confirmed the asset seizure and dissolution of Wa’ad (also known as the National Democratic Action Society), the country’s largest secular, leftist opposition group. Wa’ad was the last major opposition group officially operating in Bahrain following the July 2016 dissolution […]

HRC36 Bahrain Intervention: Increasing Repression and the UPR Process

HRC36 Bahrain Intervention: Increasing Repression and the UPR Process

On 21 September at the 36th session of the Human Rights Council, ADHRB’s Executive Director, Husain Abdulla, delivered an oral intervention during Bahrain’s 3rd Cycle UPR review. In his intervention, Abdulla highlighted how the Bahraini government has increased its repression since suppressing the 2012 pro-democracy movement, in particular the detention […]

Bahrain: NSA Targets Mohamed Sultan, Son of Opposition MP

Bahrain: NSA Targets Mohamed Sultan, Son of Opposition MP

26 June 2017 – Amid an ongoing campaign of reprisals against human rights defenders and political activists, Bahrain’s National Security Agency (NSA) has repeatedly targeted Mohamed Hasan Ali Mohamed Juma Sultan, the son of a former parliamentarian for the now-dissolved Al-Wefaq opposition group. Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in […]