1. HRW urges Saudi Arabia to release jailed activist
    Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on Saudi Arabia to release a rights group founder and a former judge, who was imprisoned in 2011.
  2. Bahrain regime is a party in dialogue and the outcomes are constitutional drafts
    (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – A member of the opposition’s team on the dialogue table, Sayed Jameel Khadim, said that during the second preliminary session to discuss the nine points relating to the bases of the dialogue, the participators agreed that the regime be a main party in the dialogue and that its outcomes be turned into constitutional drafts.
  3. Protests all over Bahrain on the eve of the second anniversary of the revolution
    Thousands took part in the rallies that took place around Bahrain on the eve of the second anniversary of the revolution that erupted on 14th February, 2011.
  4. Saudi-Funded Terrorists Kill 2 Shia Men in Pakistan
    Saudi-funded terrorists of Sipah-e-Sahaba (SSP) brutally killed 2 more Shia Muslims, one in Karachi and another in Dera Ismail Khan yesterday.
  5. Iran Confirms Assassination of Official by Terrorists in Syria
    The Iranian mission in Beirut on Thursday confirmed the assassination of Hassan Shateri, the head of the Iranian delegation in charge of developmental projects in Lebanon, by the terrorist groups in Syria.
  6. Bahraini Forces Kill 2 Peaceful Protesters by Direct Shooting + Photos
    Saudi-backed Bahraini forces killed two peaceful protesters, a woman and a young boy respectively in Abu Saiba a village near Manana and another one in al-Diyah region.
  7. Bahrain: calls by the opposition to stop all official and financial transactions
    The head of Media department at Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society said that the opposition parties in Bahrain have called to stop all kinds of financial transactions and to stop shopping, in addition to paying bills and refueling from all petrol stations, on the second anniversary of the 14 February revolution.
  8. Bahrain opposition parties: no legitimacy for any solution without the people’s say
    The National opposition forces in Bahrain stressed that it is important to respond to the demands of the political majority of the people of Bahrain and to stop turning a blind eye on the clear demands that have been raised by the people two years ago for change and transition to democracy.
  9. Shia Board demands birth in UP Cabinet
    An organisation representing Shia Muslims said the community would not support the ruling Samajwadi Party in the Lok Sabha elections if not given a cabinet birth.
  10. Shiite villages a hotspot in Bahrain uprising
    The Shiite villages in Bahrain proved to be the main source of political unrest in Bahrain, a situation that was widely seen during the 2011 uprising against the Sunni monarchy