Tag: journalism

PM supports a free press too!

7 Mar, '074 Comments

واعتبر رئيس الوزراء أثناء استقباله أمس (الثلثاء) أعضاء مجلس إدارة جمعية الصحفيين البحرينية برئاسة عيسى الشايجي، أنه ‘’لا يوجد داعم أكبر للانفتاح من الصحافة والوعي والتحلي بروح المسؤولية، وأنه بالقلم الحر والكلمة الصادقة والأمانة الوطنية والتحليل والرؤى الثاقبة للأمور، مطمئنون أن منجزاتنا ستتعاظم ومقدراتنا محمية وثوابتنا الوطنية محفوظة’’. … وتابع ‘’نحرص على توجيه الوزراء للتواصل […]

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Goooood Morning Kuwait!

Goooood Morning Kuwait!

21 Feb, '0727 Comments

It was a good show and I met with great people who I have admired for a long time. It was wonderful to put faces to name and online personalities. The discussion was excellent, though probably too short of course to cover all the topics we wanted to cover; however, it is enough to entice […]

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Sawsan Al-Sha’er is a bulldog!

Sawsan Al-Sha’er is a bulldog!

16 Feb, '0719 Comments

Once she gets her teeth into something, it is virtually impossible to get her to let go. And this is what we need in Bahrain. Someone with the balls to ask questions and ensures that the receiver does answer the question without trying to wriggle away from it, but if he or she does then […]

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OIC does NOT see!

14 Sep, '0629 Comments

This must have become a tradition while I was asleep or inattentive, espoused by illustrious people, princes and organisations in the Muslim world; in short, they hold that the problems that Islam faces is nothing but a Western media smear campaign, rather than recognising that there are fundamental problems with the doctrine, or at least […]

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George Galloway Savages SKY NEWS!

8 Aug, '0695 Comments

George Galloway rips Sky News another hole, after he’s done with the US Senate previously! I’m beginning to like this guy! And before you start attacking me for highlighting this interview, ask yourself if Galloway is not saying the truth here first. This actually is the view that the vast majority of Arabs see this […]

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