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Saidi finally to be disposed of?

Saidi finally to be disposed of?

6 Sep, '1028 Comments

I applaud his majesty’s speech delivered on Bahrain TV on the night of September 5th in which he reiterated that all are equal under the law and that unity is of paramount importance, especially at these difficult times. I emphasize my humble commitment to him that I shall continue to advocate peace and dissuade from […]

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3-for-1, Saidi latest brainfart

3-for-1, Saidi latest brainfart

5 Apr, '0737 Comments

Yep, our effervescent Deputy Dawg™ is encouraging his fellow MPs to get it on: An Islamist lawmaker has urged his male peers to take four wives, three Bahraini women and one foreigner, in order to help address the issue of the high number of spinsters in the country. I’m not sure if he’s also including […]

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All bets are in, Saidi to win!

All bets are in, Saidi to win!

16 Nov, '0614 Comments

Yep, you heard it here first guys, but I’m sure that lovely old ditty “that loving feeling” might have been playing in your minds non-stop, but today, the main guy running against the effervescent ex-MP and soon to be re-anointed to the chamber Jassim Al-Saidi has announced his departure (Arabic) from the race; thus, Saidi […]

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Saidi, with tail firmly between his legs, forced to apologize

Saidi, with tail firmly between his legs, forced to apologize

12 Nov, '030 Comments

The cartoon above appearing in today’s Al-Wasat Newspaper nicely sums up what the Islamist MPs in particular and the Islamists in society in general are doing to the country. The guy in the middle is the Islamist MP Jassim Al-Saidi, which is clearly indicated because he’s not wearing the “‘Iqal” – (affectionately known by various […]

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The King Speaketh

The King Speaketh

29 Aug, '114 Comments

I was happy to learn of the King’s speech on Aug 28th, 2011. As has become his custom, he addressed the nation at the end of Ramadhan. In his much awaited speech, he addressed several issues, but did not offer any new political concessions, probably leaving those to the enactment of the National Dialogue demands. […]

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