Tag: activism

I want my MTV!

30 Oct, '062 Comments

iwantmymtv.org website launched! A couple of Bahrainis who too are disgusted with the arbitrary censorship have launched a new site in response to the blocking of Mahmood’s Den by the Ministry of disInformation! Thanks very much for your support guys. The website redirects to Bahrain Uncensored whose mission is: This web initiative was triggered by […]

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One more site blocked in Bahrain

26 Oct, '0632 Comments

It used to be just 9 that were blocked: Bahrain Online Montadayat al Bahrain Bahrain National Committee for Martyrs and Victims of Torture Sarah al Watani Ahrar al Bahrain Bahrain Times Al Saheefa Tubli.net Rezgar and now, it appears that someone who is really shaking in his boots and deems it very necessary to protect […]

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Sign the Bandargate Petition!

14 Oct, '063 Comments

Two new public development have just taken place which makes me happy as people have taken it upon themselves to show their dissatisfaction of official steps regarding the Bandargate scandal. One website, appropriately called “Bandargate” has started in which links and articles concerning the subject have been authored, and will hopefully be continuously maintains as […]

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Buttons Buttons Buttons!

Buttons Buttons Buttons!

8 Oct, '0642 Comments

Thanks to Palace Enterprises who took my idea from the virtual to the physical, we have these: I have a limited amount of Arabic and English buttons, please drop me an email if you want to collect yours. If you want me to post them to you, give me your postal address and I’ll be […]

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Biting the hand that feeds you

Biting the hand that feeds you

19 Sep, '061 Comment

Doesn’t this comparison make your blood boil? Doesn’t it look like Batelco has been and will continue to take the place it calls its headquarters, the country that nourished it for a ride? Doesn’t that look like Batelco is biting the hand that feeds it? Don’t they look nothing less than vampires? Of course it […]

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