Human Rights

Reminder: Batelco Broadband Open Discussion TONIGHT.

14 May, '0625 Comments

References: Mahmood’s Den Boycott Batelco Batelco Broadband Bahrain; Prices and New Packages Buckling under pressure Batelco Responds re the new Broadband Packages BoycottBatelco Batelco CEO responds Batelco.Info Arabic coverage and forum Petitions Please sign the petition if you haven’t already, please be courteous. Sign the guestbook at boycottbatelco.com, again, please be courteous. I would like […]

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Batelco Responds re the new Broadband Packages

12 May, '0670 Comments

I just got this email from Mr. Peter Kaliaropoulos, the CEO of Batelco which I shall share with you in order to reach a consensus of opinion. Mr. K raises some valid points which need to be addressed too: Dear “boycott Batelco” team, I have visited your website and read many of your comments. I […]

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Buckling under pressure

12 May, '068 Comments

The GDN has two articles today about the Batelco restricted broadband packages. One written by Tariq Khonji highlights the users’ views while another contains responses and accusations by Batelco’s CEO, makes him actually sound like an Arab, but Greeks aren’t really that far away from our culture are they? 😉 So the campaigns of boycottbatelco.com […]

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How to flush $2 BILLION

How to flush $2 BILLION

11 May, '0680 Comments

Give it to the Egyptian government in order to help them continue to be the voice of the Arab Nation, the voice of Arab Democracy and the voice of Arab Modernity. That’s what was on the brochure that sold the story to donors, the reality of course is much different. What Egypt is, is simply […]

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Heh… Bahrain, Saudi elected to UN Human Rights body!

9 May, '0618 Comments

Bahrain, I can barely understand. We’re on the cusp of change which could go either way. We’ve had some strides with reparation and held international rapprochement conferences here, as well as those for transitional justice, so at least we’re going through the motions, hence our election into the Human Rights body of the United Nations […]

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