Open letter to President Biden on Bahrain

Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) Executive Director Husain Abdulla sent a letter to President Joseph Biden on making human rights and democratization as priority of US policy when it comes to US-Bahrain relations. The full letter (PDF version): January 20, 2021 President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. The White House 1600 Pennsylvania[…]

Senator Ron Wyden Submits Statement for the Record on the Deteriorating Situation in Bahrain

5 March 2020 – 27 February 2020, Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) submitted a statement for the Congressional Record, addressing Bahrain’s crackdown on peaceful protestors. Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) commends and supports Senator Wyden’s statement and the concerns that he raises. In his statement, Senator Wyden expresses his concerns regarding Bahrain’s[…]

ADHRB writes to US Ambassador to Bahrain Siberell over ongoing concerns

18 November 2019 – Today, ADHRB sent a letter to Justin Siberell, the American ambassador to the Kingdom of Bahrain, raising several related concerns about the ongoing deterioration of human rights in Bahrain. Among the concerns we raised were continued religious discrimination, in particular surrounding the commemoration of Ashura and Muharram and officials’ denial of[…]

ADHRB Sends Letter to President of Suffolk University Calling on Her to Refuse Future Visits from Bahrain’s Ambassador to the US

15 October 2019 – On 10 October 2019, Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) sent a letter to Ms. Marisa Kelly, President of Suffolk University. The letter concerns allegations of gross human rights violations in Bahrain overseen by Sheikh Abdullah bin Rashid bin Abdullah AlKhalifa, Bahrain’s Ambassador to the United States, who[…]

ADHRB Sends Information to US Federal Oversight Bodies on Human Rights Abusers in Bahrain’s Ministry of Interior

7 October 2019 – On 23 September 2019, Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) sent letters to the United States (US) Department of State (DoS) Office of the Inspector General and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of the Inspector General. On 2 October 2019, ADHRB also sent letters to the US[…]