Tag: human-rights

Police brutality as an art form in Bahrain

Police brutality as an art form in Bahrain

18 Dec, '112 Comments

Diabolical of course, but as it has become the norm now, especially AFTER the BICI report’s come out, the government might well think that they could field the worst offenders (and there doesn’t seem to be any good ones there who could exercise their conscience once in a while) to the Olympics of depravity. Here’s […]

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Systematic Torture in Bahrain continues with impunity

Systematic Torture in Bahrain continues with impunity

17 Dec, '1110 Comments

For those denialists who maintain that the BICI report is nothing but something to paper over the cracks temporarily so that the status quo is not ultimately disturbed, have a look at this. Maybe if you have a few atoms of humanity left in you, it might help you remove that veil off your conscience […]

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Wait oh Saar fire….

16 Dec, '111 Comment

A local saying immediately popped into my mind as I read these words in today’s Al-Wasat: وطالبت لجنة الحقوق الدينية في وزارة الخارجية الأميركية بـ «تقديم أي من المسئولين في الحكومة البحرينية الذين ثبت تورطهم في انتهاكات صارخة للحرية الدينية إلى العدالة ومعاقبتهم بموجب القانون، ويجب على الحكومة البحرينية إصدار اعتذار رسمي لتدمير العشرات من […]

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Civil War is in the offing

Civil War is in the offing

2 Nov, '1112 Comments

If you’re not afraid of what and where Bahrain is going, then this clip should give you a good indication. In it, a bunch of ignoramuses are taking the mic in front of a government building in Muharraq inciting not only hatred, but openly calling for the killing of the Shia in Bahrain, and threatening […]

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Congratulations Libya…. Next?

Congratulations Libya…. Next?

21 Oct, '1121 Comments

The pictures speak for themselves. The question that wise “leaders” should ask themselves is: “Do I want to end up like any of these?” I suppose not. So what they need to do is relax that grip of power, give people the chance to live with dignity, treat them as equals and that will undoubtedly […]

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