Tag: brain-farts

Saint WHAT?

8 Apr, '065 Comments

How incompetent is the Bahrain News Agency? Well, here’s your answer, if you need convincing that is: PM leaves for UK date: 08 04, 2006 Manama, April. 8 (BNA) Prime Minister Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa left here today on several days visit to the United Kingdom to attend the graduation of his grandson […]

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MPs want Islamic law to curb crime

MPs want Islamic law to curb crime

5 Apr, '0679 Comments

A Bahraini MP yesterday called for the gradual introduction of Sharia (Islamic) law to deal with all criminals. Another claimed that thieves should have their hands chopped off because “God ordered us to do so”. However, one described the punishment as unfair if adulterers are not stoned. The comments were made in parliament yesterday as […]

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Told you so!

2 Apr, '0684 Comments

Remember this discussion we’ve had way back in April 2004 in which I contended that: This is however what I have seen, an unsuspecting motorsports tourist approaches, he gets handed the “package” he walks away opening it as he does so thinking he’ll get something about motorsports, a restaurant guide, a tourist map, etc and […]

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Mohammed Khalid appreciates good shit

Mohammed Khalid appreciates good shit

15 Mar, '0623 Comments

MP Mohammed Khalid displayed his cache of drugs while questioning the Interior Minister in yesterday’s parliamentary session. I guess he wants to display the ease with which one can get drugs in Bahrain. That’s fine, and its common knowledge, but bringing his cache to parliament (a joint and some pills) and accuses the coast guard […]

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Dammit, it’s STILL ain’t enough!

Dammit, it’s STILL ain’t enough!

11 Mar, '0632 Comments

Or that’s what both Ibrahim bu-Sandal AND Yousif Qardawi think, so they’ve organised a conference in Bahrain for March 21st to chew the fat and spit out condemnation notes: Scholars from the Arab and Islamic world will discuss the lifting of the ban on Danish goods in a conference in Bahrain on March 21. The […]

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