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The pompousity of a useful fool

The pompousity of a useful fool

4 Aug, '0810 Comments

MP Al-Saidi says he notices double standards in Britain’s foreign policy towards the Kingdom of Bahrain and its people. He pointed out: “At a time when the British Government says it is eager to reinforce the relations between Manama and London, we notice that it disregards the fact that those with whom it meets violate […]

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novel way to travel

novel way to travel

17 Jul, '089 Comments

novel way to travel, originally uploaded by malyousif. I noticed this truck transporting cement, a commodity that was in extremely short supply in Bahrain only a few days ago, but the novel way that the workers themselves are transported seem to indicate a very short supply of common sense and of course a complete disregard […]

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With Photoshop, everyone’s an artist!

With Photoshop, everyone’s an artist!

11 Jul, '0825 Comments

We have a saying in Bahrain which goes something like “give the bread to the baker even if he eats half of it!” This roughly translates to give the professional his due and don’t try to take on a job much bigger than your talents. It seems that Iran didn’t take on this cultural advice […]

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15 seconds of fame = 1 billion?

15 seconds of fame = 1 billion?

3 Jun, '08136 Comments

Hardly, but a twit at the municipal council is vehemently opposing it for some farcical excuses, wrapped up in Class A Xenophobia. Here are some of Mr. Hameed Al-Basri brainfarts which he is using in the hope of putting the kibosh on the project: it would result in the area being “invaded” by foreigners with […]

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Gudaybia School of Booze, Witchcraft and Wizardry

Gudaybia School of Booze, Witchcraft and Wizardry

7 May, '0815 Comments

Parliament’s session was actually halted yesterday due to our illustrious MPs entering into a heated argument with the Minister of Justice. Normal in parliamentary circles one might expect, yes I know, but in which parliament in the world worth its salt actually waste an already shortened term with discussing laws criminalising sorcery and witchcraft? None, […]

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