Tag: #feb14

Free Ebrahim Sharif

Free Ebrahim Sharif

29 Oct, '113 Comments

One Bahraini politician whom I really respect is Ebrahim Sharif. Ebrahim Sharif is the secretary general of the secular National Action Democratic Society, acronymed Wa’ad – which translates from Arabic to “promise”. I believe with his tenacity and steadfastness to the truth and his passion to get this country to a better plane on which […]

Continue Reading »

REPENT!

REPENT!

28 Oct, '114 Comments

Christ’s Blood & Bank of America, originally uploaded by malyousif. I was just looking through my Flickr stream and came across this recent picture I took in Manhattan, NY. Was reminded of the place and its hodgepodge of cultures and people from all corners of the world, yet, they mostly live in peace with each […]

Continue Reading »

The Bitter Pill

The Bitter Pill

15 Oct, '116 Comments

The BICI‘s report is to be released soon and just as Professor Bassiouni believes, it will be contentious and both sides of the divide will have issues with it. However, if the report itself and its recommendations are not handled properly, the divide we have been experiencing since March 17th will transform instantly into an […]

Continue Reading »

The King Speaketh

The King Speaketh

29 Aug, '114 Comments

I was happy to learn of the King’s speech on Aug 28th, 2011. As has become his custom, he addressed the nation at the end of Ramadhan. In his much awaited speech, he addressed several issues, but did not offer any new political concessions, probably leaving those to the enactment of the National Dialogue demands. […]

Continue Reading »

Traitors abound, or it least this is how the story goes

Traitors abound, or it least this is how the story goes

21 Aug, '118 Comments

There is no margin of difference any more in Bahrain, it seems, for the most preferred epithet for one who differs in opinion from one’s own is – must be – a traitor! Who decides what a traitor is and who it might be is left to personal fervor in one’s own hazy state of […]

Continue Reading »

Back to Top