Tag: Death Penalty

French MPs Pancher and Hammouche Table Two Written Questions on Bahrain

French MPs Pancher and Hammouche Table Two Written Questions on Bahrain

11 December 2019 – Yesterday, two members of the French National Assembly, Mr. Pancher and Mr. Hammouche, tabled two questions to draw the attention of the French Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs to human rights violations in Bahrain. In his question, Mr. Pancher expressed his concerns over the executions […]

On Human Rights Day, Systematic Abuses Persist in Bahrain

On Human Rights Day, Systematic Abuses Persist in Bahrain

10 December 2019 – Today is Human Rights Day, commemorating the anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). In honor of this occasion, Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) reiterates our call for all governments around the world to protect and promote fundamental […]

Bahrain Court Delays Verdict on Death Row Torture Victims to Christmas Day

Bahrain Court Delays Verdict on Death Row Torture Victims to Christmas Day

27 November 2019 – Without offering any justification, Bahrain’s High Criminal Appeals Court has delayed a judgment due today in the case of Mohamed Ramadhan and Husain Moosa. Both men had previously been sentenced to death on the basis of torture-tainted confessions. Lawyers have been notified that the verdict will […]

epa04511911 French Members of the Parliament attend the vote session on the recognition of the Palestinian State in Paris, France, 02 December 2014.  EPA/ETIENNE LAURENT

Three French MPs Table Questions on Bahrain

26 November 2019 – Three Members of Parliament (MPs) in France have tabled questions to the Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs concerning human rights abuses in Bahrain. MP Sébastien Nadot tabled a question on serious human rights abuses in Bahrain, including torture and arbitrary executions, and noting the arrest […]