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Crowdsourcing BICI’s report

Crowdsourcing BICI’s report

23 Nov, '113 Comments

Overall, from the various tweets I’ve seen and the snippets I’ve already read from the report, there are inconsistencies in incidents I attended personally but notwithstanding that, I believe – so far – that it’s balanced enough and can serve as a catalyst for real change in this country if it is adopted immediately and […]

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Entrenched Hate

9 Nov, '1112 Comments

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The Source of Instability

The Source of Instability

8 Nov, '116 Comments

Secretary Clinton encouraged both Bahrain and Saudi to embrace the Arab Spring. I do hope that they do because it IS in their best interest t do so. What we actually see on the ground now; however, is abstinence and a deep sense of denial. It’s almost as if some in both countries’ administration are […]

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Civil War is in the offing

Civil War is in the offing

2 Nov, '1112 Comments

If you’re not afraid of what and where Bahrain is going, then this clip should give you a good indication. In it, a bunch of ignoramuses are taking the mic in front of a government building in Muharraq inciting not only hatred, but openly calling for the killing of the Shia in Bahrain, and threatening […]

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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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