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Terrorism pays

Terrorism pays

23 Aug, '07122 Comments

Mohammed Khalid, that effervescent Islamist MP, wants to gift the five erstwhile Guantanamo detainees BD50,000 (~US$132k) as a “for the suffering and torture they were forced to endure in the US prison camp“. Huh? Oy! Bub! Listen: when we defended their right to a fair trial we didn’t sign up to make them the luminaries […]

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Shi’a Triple-Play

Shi’a Triple-Play

5 Aug, '0728 Comments

It’s like the Shi’a “leaders” in Bahrain are aiming for a home run; the bases are pretty loaded now, we just need one more good screw-ball pitch and we’re in! First we have that “down with secularism” from Isa Qassim during two of his Friday sermons, Then we have the followers of Sulaiman Al-Madani (deceased) […]

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Satanwala rises anew

Satanwala rises anew

2 Aug, '0717 Comments

And he’s got a new recruit too. The surprising thing – well, unsurprising really – is that this “phenomenon” seems to be a feature of the Muslim Brotherhood specifically. First it was our effervescent Mo Khalid, the original Satanwala, then now it’s the big kahuna at Al-Menbar Islamic Society who has done some “good Internet […]

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The comeuppance of Mohammed Khalid

The comeuppance of Mohammed Khalid

21 Jul, '0715 Comments

Mohammed Khalid is one of those controversial personalities. He has gained notoriety by his outward sectarianism. He has not shied away from those controversies but on the contrary, welcomed them! Even the hallowed halls of parliament did not deter him from being involved in not only shouting matches but physical violence which earned a black […]

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أثلجت صدري يا شيخ

أثلجت صدري يا شيخ

12 Jul, '0726 Comments

Sayed Kamel Al-Hashimi ripped the religious turbaned lot a huge new one in a debate in Al-Wasat published this morning, I agree with what he says and wish that we had many more like him. Maybe if the other religous “leaders” were to loosen their turban a little bit, maybe blood will reach their dormant […]

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