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Al-Buainain is against demographic change

Al-Buainain is against demographic change

12 Jul, '072 Comments

I note, with pleasure and interest, that the leader of the Salafi movement and its Asala parliamentary bloc in Bahrain Mr. Ghanim Al-Buainain is unequivocally against the rule of force and demographic change: وقد وصف رئيس جمعية الأصالة الإسلامية النائب غانم البوعينين الادعاءات التي ساقها مداري أنها ‘’محض كذب وافتراء وطمس للحقائق وتعدي على حقوق […]

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Cowards at heart

Cowards at heart

5 Jul, '0751 Comments

Have a look at this lovely fetching face with that so serene pout: This is the face of the coward who actively incited hatred against everything he does not believe in or dislikes. This is the face – who for some reason only God knows – commanded the attention of thousands and instructed them to […]

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Discordant Voices

30 Jun, '0710 Comments

Languishing in bed a bit longer on Saturdays has become a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of life. Paper delivered, people trudge to their gates to collect their weekend infusion of worldly news and views to imbibe with their morning cup of tea. It never fails, too, to increase dormant blood pressures or […]

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What goes around, comes around

What goes around, comes around

19 Jun, '0725 Comments

Adel Al-Moawdah is down on his luck these days. He has been sidelined by the organisation he led, the Salafist Al-Islah Society when he was removed from heading it, he was not given the guaranteed 2nd Deputy Speaker’s seat in this parliament – while he occupied the 1st Deputy’s seat during the last term, and […]

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tail wagging the dog

16 Jun, '0756 Comments

According to Fadhlalah, Isa Qassim and a bevy of other religious scholars taxes are haram. With this opinion, our largest parliamentary bloc has been falling all over itself yesterday and today to distance themselves from their unanimous decision to adopt and approve the “Unemployment Benefits which automatically deduct 1% of everyone’s salary which will be […]

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