Tag: Medics

Bahrain Bi-Weekly: Issue 9

Featured Followers ADHRB features relevant, timely Tweets by its Twitter followers in each newsletter. In Bahrain, An Uprising Unabated Written by Husain Abdulla* Protesters in February 2011. Credit: Nick Kristof, New York Times More than two years after peaceful demonstrators took to the streets to demand reforms, Bahrain’s uprising has […]

Op-ed | In Bahrain, An Uprising Unabated

By Husain Adulla* More than two years after peaceful demonstrators took to the streets to demand reforms, Bahrain’s uprising has not abated. Activists and opposition groups continue to demand the basic human rights and political reforms promised to them by their government. Rather than meet the opposition’s calls for reform, […]

ADHRB Commends the US State Department Country Report on Human Rights in Bahrain

WASHINGTON, DC – April 22, 2013 – On April 19, the US Department of State released the 2012 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices. ADHRB applauds the department’s report on Bahrain, which highlighted what the State Department called “serious human rights problems,” including citizens’ inability to change their government peacefully. […]

Bahrain Bi-Weekly Newsletter: Issue 6

Featured Followers ADHRB features relevant, timely Tweets by its Twitter followers in each newsletter.   Critical Condition: Bahrain’s Ailing Healthcare System Two Years After the Uprising ADHRB Director Husain Abdulla, Dr. Rula al-Saffar, Jehan Matooq, and Richard Sollom from Physicians for Human Rights. Credit: ADHRB   On April 12, Congressman […]

Bahrain Bi-Weekly Newsletter: Issue 5

Featured Followers ADHRB features relevant, timely Tweets by its Twitter followers in each newsletter.   Bahrain Court Acquits 21 Medics of Politically-Motivated Charges On March 28, a civilian court in Bahrain overturned the convictions against 21 Bahraini medics who had been convicted and sentenced last year for participating in illegal gatherings during the 2011 […]