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JUST BAHRAINI!

JUST BAHRAINI!

4 Oct, '0678 Comments

download Photoshop source file Save either of these buttons and display them on your website PLEASE. It doesn’t matter if you are a Bahraini, Indian, Sudanese, Saudi, Kuwaiti or Plutonian. Show your support for us Bahrainis who want to live as a SINGLE nation away from sectarianism. And tell people about Bandargate… here’s the link […]

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Bahrain’s Lord Voldemort!

4 Oct, '0620 Comments

and he shall be henceforth called: He Who Must Not Be Named [HWMNBN or BOO! for short], as dictated by our completely partial judicial system, further entrenching the age-old custom and tradition of sweeping problems under a carpet and deem them summarily resolved! PUBLISHING NEWS ON AL BANDER CASE NO LONGER ALLOWED date: 04 10, […]

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Catch the pigeon!

Catch the pigeon!

4 Oct, '0634 Comments

Well, the pigeon has already flown away, and the government itself opened the cage’s doors for it to be set free (in fact, they couldn’t wait for it to get the hell away from the island) but now they seem to have a change of heart. Spilt milk anyone? Okay okay another one, and this […]

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One down, several to go to regain confidence

One down, several to go to regain confidence

1 Oct, '0613 Comments

e-Voting has been shelved until 2010, where the same arguments will take place unless voter confidence is regained in the wake of Bandargate. The government has been keeping mum about the situation, probably praying that it too will be forgotten. After all, other scandals have. Do you still remember what happened with the Social Insurance? […]

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The flood gates are opening… slowly

The flood gates are opening… slowly

27 Sep, '0618 Comments

I love this guy, Shaikh Salman bin Sager writes a daily column (arabic) in Al-Wasat and is normally hilarious, but cuts to the point and says things that other journalists won’t dare tackle. And maybe because he is part of the royal family he can criticise without having his loyalty continuously questioned. We need more […]

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