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Abundant signs of a disintegrated, fractured Bahrain

Abundant signs of a disintegrated, fractured Bahrain

19 Aug, '1113 Comments

When one-time valued friends choose to become enemies and permeate mistrust in those they once held in high regard and trust, a reboot button might be the only way forward, because continuing like this, will turn the whole situation uglier than our darkest nightmares. Twitter’s a place where you go to get your blood pressure […]

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Commission of Inquiry starts working

Commission of Inquiry starts working

25 Jul, '115 Comments

Creating an independent commission to look into the killings, torture, dismissals, and prejudicial treatments and transparently report its findings and name and shame abusers is a huge, unprecedented and much awaited courageous step that can have far reaching impact on this country and its people if left to actually do its assigned work. I hope […]

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Toward an equitable resolution

Toward an equitable resolution

31 May, '1165 Comments

In Bahrain’s recent history, no other date has been so keenly awaited than the 1st of June 2011, for on that day, the State of National Security ends, and a new era for Bahrain commences. The hope for that day is the return of the military forces to their barracks and the national dialogue resumes. […]

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Retributions

12 Apr, '1148 Comments

What is happening in Bahrain now with the various retributive acts will damage this country a lot more than all the killings and demonstrations it has ever endured throughout its modern history. This must stop, for the sake of the country. Bahrainis waging war on fellow Bahrainis because of political views is absolutely heinous and […]

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Pyrrhic Victories

18 Mar, '1139 Comments

The Pearl has been cleared. A pseudo-martial law is in effect. Ten more protestors were killed, along with two security personnel and three expatriate residents as far as I can tell, bringing the total lives lost so far to 23 since Feb 14. Six opposition figures have been apprehended, five of whom were just released […]

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