Tag: citizenship revocation

HRC37 Bahrain Side Event: A Principled Case for Bahrain

HRC37 Bahrain Side Event: A Principled Case for Bahrain

On 6 March 2018, ADHRB hosted a side event during the 37th session of the Human Rights Council focused on the deteriorating human rights situation in Bahrain and the proposed framework under which the Human Rights Council can address human rights violations in Bahrain through a set of objective criteria. […]

Bahrain Deporting 8 After Revoking their Citizenship

Bahrain Deporting 8 After Revoking their Citizenship

**Correction: This post originally suggested that the individuals were deported at once; in fact, the deportations occurred over several days following the initial order. Additionally, the government deported eight total individuals, with reports that another denaturalized individual left the country ahead of the order. 29 January 2018 – Bahraini authorities […]

Bahrain Expels Ebrahim Karimi After Arbitrary Imprisonment and Citizenship Revocation

Bahrain Expels Ebrahim Karimi After Arbitrary Imprisonment and Citizenship Revocation

Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) today received reports that the Bahraini government has deported Ebrahim Karimi to Iraq following a 2012 administrative order that arbitrarily revoked his citizenship. The authorities arrested Karimi after raiding his home in September 2015 without a warrant. They took him to […]