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Wefaq boycotting inaugural parliamentary session

15 Dec, '0648 Comments

I’ve just learned from a reliable source that Al-Wefaq has boycotted the inaugural session of parliament. This means that the largest political society in Bahrain, the one which won 17 clear seats out of 40, and gained 62% of the electoral vote is not participating in their first every parliamentary session to be opened by […]

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Foulath’s buttons pressed again

Foulath’s buttons pressed again

15 Dec, '060 Comments

Shura Council members are to call for the creation of a human rights committee within the chamber. The request will be made by Faisal Fulad and Houda Nonoo, who are both Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS) board members. “We think Al Wefaq will try to establish a human rights committee in parliament and these […]

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Bahrain reaches another low…

15 Dec, '060 Comments

Is there no end in sight for these useless machinations which serves nothing more than excluding the indigenous population of Bahrain of both sects, that the puppet master now has the temerity to install yet another Voldemort apprentice into another sensitive position? Why? Does the country suffer that much from a dearth of good men […]

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Al-Watan hacked?

Al-Watan hacked?

7 Dec, '0611 Comments

Someone sent me this picture (thanks mate!) which shows Al-Watan Newspaper‘s website hacked today. The website is back to normal now. This is how it allegedly was earlier: click for larger viewclick to view a picture of the restored site Can anyone confirm this? Why would anyone do this and why was Al-Watan targeted? Because […]

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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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