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Minister to be interrogated by Al-Wefaq

Minister to be interrogated by Al-Wefaq

2 May, '073 Comments

كشفت مصادر مطلعة في كتلة الوفاق النيابية عن أن الكتلة ستتقدم خلال أيام بطلب استجواب وزير شئون مجلس الوزراء الشيخ أحمد بن عطية الله آل خليفة بشأن المخالفات المالية التي أوردها تقرير مثير نشره مستشار حكومي سابق، وأكده تقرير رسمي نشر في الأسبوع الماضي على موقع للإنترنت. وأشارت مصادر في جمعية الوفاق إلى أنه «وبحسب […]

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I smell fish! Bandar revisited?

I smell fish! Bandar revisited?

23 Apr, '0714 Comments

What’s the worst way to show that you’re guilty? You would go on a mother of an offensive with no leg to stand on and attack the person rather than the allegation. Hence, when a couple of people brought a “new” site to my attention and I visited, I was left gasping for breath and […]

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Those dirty conspiratorial Americans!

18 Feb, '0715 Comments

Anwar Abdulrahman: Now that readers are fully in the picture about this Washington scenario, I ask them a few simple questions. Is this not an act of conspiracy? Is this not a betrayal of trust? Is this not an act of treason by any country’s standards? Or do we understand that under American globalisation such […]

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Big Brother IS Watching Us!

Big Brother IS Watching Us!

15 Feb, '0711 Comments

You would think that the Central Informatics Organisation would have enough on its plate to rectify its image for its involvement in the Bandargate fiasco, especially now that he who should not be named has been relieved of his duties at that organisation. But it seems that old habits do die very very hard. Fellow […]

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One Step Forward, Two Steps Back?

2 Feb, '0746 Comments

That is the title of the seminar to be conducted in Washington on February 13th concerning the Bahraini political scene. Not a very imaginative title, as it is a very much overused sentence in Bahrain – with justification, I might add. All you have to do is pick up any paper, on any day and […]

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