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Free Ebrahim Sharif

Free Ebrahim Sharif

29 Oct, '113 Comments

One Bahraini politician whom I really respect is Ebrahim Sharif. Ebrahim Sharif is the secretary general of the secular National Action Democratic Society, acronymed Wa’ad – which translates from Arabic to “promise”. I believe with his tenacity and steadfastness to the truth and his passion to get this country to a better plane on which […]

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Selective security

Selective security

29 Oct, '112 Comments

While I abhor the Molotov cocktail attack on Samira Rajab’s residence and regard it as a heinous crime not to be condoned at all, especially when consideration is given that this attack was most probably undertaken due to Ms Rajab’s opinions and political position, I am left at a loss as to how the security […]

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REPENT!

REPENT!

28 Oct, '114 Comments

Christ’s Blood & Bank of America, originally uploaded by malyousif. I was just looking through my Flickr stream and came across this recent picture I took in Manhattan, NY. Was reminded of the place and its hodgepodge of cultures and people from all corners of the world, yet, they mostly live in peace with each […]

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Congratulations Libya…. Next?

Congratulations Libya…. Next?

21 Oct, '1121 Comments

The pictures speak for themselves. The question that wise “leaders” should ask themselves is: “Do I want to end up like any of these?” I suppose not. So what they need to do is relax that grip of power, give people the chance to live with dignity, treat them as equals and that will undoubtedly […]

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If Bahrain is to learn something useful…

If Bahrain is to learn something useful…

30 Sep, '115 Comments

I agree. Wholeheartedly and hope against hope that something could be done, quickly, and hope once again that it’s still not too late to save this country and its people. All of them. Bahrain Should Heed Lessons from Ireland 9-29-2011 By Brian Dooley Director, Human Rights Defenders Take two small island nations, each situated off […]

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