Tag: activism

Martyr’s Day

17 Dec, '069 Comments

Dec 17th is quite contentious in Bahrain, on one side it has been recently declared as Accession Day celebrating His Majesty’s accession to the throne, while on the other activists chose it to celebrate and commemorate the tens of martyrs who dearly laid down their lives in order to demand parliamentary life and democracy in […]

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Flashmobs, Saudi Style

29 Nov, '0623 Comments

Not accepting defeat, the extremists became violent, started beating the actors and whoever stood between them and between achieving their goal of destroying the night, including audiences and students. Gun shots in the air, the security officer decided put an end to this mess and bring back order. more on SaudiSphere Ladies and gentlemen, this […]

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Voldemort demo tomorrow

23 Nov, '061 Comment

The permit has apparently been given, probably under the duress of the international press and media presence in Bahrain to cover the elections, and in spite of Ahdeya Ahmed‘s affirmation that we do not have any sectarian problems in Bahrain, a vast swathe of political activists and organisations have called for a demonstration tomorrow afternoon […]

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Bahrain re-introduces arrests of political activists

Bahrain re-introduces arrests of political activists

17 Nov, '0611 Comments

Everybody’s hope, the king’s reform program’s success, is hanging in the balance due to various issues shaking Bahrain. What has started in 2001 with king Hamad releasing all prisoners of conscience, and his affirmation that this will never happen again in Bahrain, one which will hold the rule of law and its fair application at […]

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Possible fine souvenirs to be given away in Manama tomorrow

Possible fine souvenirs to be given away in Manama tomorrow

16 Nov, '0612 Comments

But don’t hold me to the promise, you need to go there and find out yourself, who knows, you might be lucky to get a few lasting souvenirs like those shown in the picture… and that is due to what exactly? Fear and reprisal for holding a demonstration demanding action into the Bandargate affair. Rally […]

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