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Barack is a TERRORIST!

Barack is a TERRORIST!

5 Mar, '0848 Comments

Barack is a TERRORIST!, originally uploaded by malyousif. We happened across this woman protesting in front of a Starbucks cafe yesterday morning. Her message is interesting; she contends that: “Barack Hussein promised “change.” What type of change? Black Supremacy. This is worse than September 11, 2001. Black Panther Islam unite to destroy whites & those […]

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Free Bashar!

Free Bashar!

20 Aug, '0711 Comments

Some very sad news from Kuwait, a neighbouring country which we in Bahrain – and I suspect the whole Gulf – regarded until now as the beacon of democracy with the longest serving parliament in the region. A country where we celebrated their new Press and Publications Law which we again held in high regard […]

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World Press Freedom Day

World Press Freedom Day

3 May, '076 Comments

Today marks the annual commemoration of the World Press Freedom Day. This occasion of course is not a celebration, not by any means, but is an occasion for all of us to reflect about what dear price journalists and opinion writers pay to bring us news and thoughts which makes us more aware of the […]

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Case Deferred

17 Apr, '0722 Comments

We went to the court this morning with a number of people already present and offered their support. But due to the main judge’s family bereavement, for which I would like to offer my sincere condolences to Shaikh Mohammed bin Ali on the passing of his mother, the case has been administratively deferred to be […]

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Thoughts on tomorrow

16 Apr, '0727 Comments

Thank you all for your unstinting support. I truly appreciate it. What I want to emphasize, if I may, this is not really a case against Mahmood Al-Yousif as much as it is a case against the tenets of the freedom of expression. We, the people, should not be cowed into a status of never […]

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