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Positive change

15 Oct, '0649 Comments

Every little helps, believe me, people are listening and change is coming, regardless of the hurdles they put in its path. I listened with pleasure to the Crown Prince talk about this very issue tonight in which he stressed – several times – that we should not let sectarianism win! I responded to his talk […]

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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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shhhhhh! keep it down will ya?

shhhhhh! keep it down will ya?

13 Oct, '0621 Comments

<whispering> the silence is absolutely deafening lately. as the bchr has observed, it’s been a whole month since they kicked dr. salah albandar out of bahrain; it’s also been a few days since the high criminal court has issued its infamous gag order on the local press not to discuss part of the case, yet […]

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MoI threatens websites.. again.

MoI threatens websites.. again.

11 Oct, '0610 Comments

They’re using that old “protecting Islam” chestnut again, here’s the copy: أغلقت موقعي «صوت الحق» و«إسلاميات» «الإعلام» ترصد المواقع الإلكترونية المسيئة للإسلام صرح القائم بأعمال مدير إدارة المطبوعات والنشر في وزارة الإعلام حسن عون بان الوزارة تحرص على رصد المواقع التي تسيء الى الإسلام والى شخص الرسول الكريم، خصوصا بعد الموجة التي تفشت في معظم […]

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Bandargate fallouts are starting to happen

9 Oct, '0610 Comments

In a move that will surely put smiles on a lot of faces, and more importantly go toward more transparent elections and referendums, the king has given his royal order to break-away the Electoral and Referendum Directorate from under the Central Informatics Organisation and attach it to the newly independent Legal Affairs Unit. There is […]

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