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Impaired vision, or just deaf?

Impaired vision, or just deaf?

23 Oct, '076 Comments

Uh, do you guys see a glass hermetically sealed cage around his majesty in the following picture taken at the opening of the parliament’s second session on Oct 17th? I only ask because maybe the government which he is its ultimate authority doesn’t seem to have heard any part of his speech, especially the words […]

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Yep, it’s official, free publicity about to start! Mahmood’s Den blocking order

Yep, it’s official, free publicity about to start! Mahmood’s Den blocking order

29 Oct, '0690 Comments

Mahmood’s Den blocking order signed by the Minister of disInformation Did I mention that these lists of “undesirable” sites are compiled most probably by our illustrious Jamal Dawood, the guy implicated in the bandargate scandal for accepting a kickback of BD2,200. Yes I know he’s cheap, and he’s still running for parliament! The guy has […]

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MoI threatens websites.. again.

MoI threatens websites.. again.

11 Oct, '0610 Comments

They’re using that old “protecting Islam” chestnut again, here’s the copy: أغلقت موقعي «صوت الحق» و«إسلاميات» «الإعلام» ترصد المواقع الإلكترونية المسيئة للإسلام صرح القائم بأعمال مدير إدارة المطبوعات والنشر في وزارة الإعلام حسن عون بان الوزارة تحرص على رصد المواقع التي تسيء الى الإسلام والى شخص الرسول الكريم، خصوصا بعد الموجة التي تفشت في معظم […]

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Even more!

20 Aug, '058 Comments

Jamal Dawood must be salivating at the prospect of me finding even more bloggers that he potentially can prosecute! Following on from a tip by Haitham Sabbah, I looked at a whole list of Bahraini blogs on blogger.com, and am I absolutely glad that I have ’cause I found out that one of my favourite […]

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According to Jamal Dawood, 82 sites already registred…

20 Aug, '056 Comments

When you consider that there are possibly tens of thousands of sites about Bahrain or are run from it, this is an abject failure (arabic) of his department. What boggles the mind is that he still doesn’t take the opportunity to tell the whole world that the government, and his department in particular, has listened […]

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