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Press brief

4 Feb, '071 Comment

Mohammed Fadhel‘s article in today’s Al-Waqt is worth reading and further consideration. He calls for the amelioration of sectarian differences by heeding Shaikh Isa Qassim’s advice delivered during his Ashoora speech and for a national reconciliation between the sects or at least for people to see their religious leaders from both camps in the same […]

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Sorcerers’ Apprentices

25 Jan, '0738 Comments

Like everyone I know, I am worried about the overt sectarian tones sweeping the whole Middle East. Everywhere you look now there is sectarian strife in various stages and on various levels. People are being stigmatized because they are one “type” or another; even religious clerics gathered recently in Qatar to attend a rapprochement conference […]

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Curtis Sliwa’s in Bahrain

Curtis Sliwa’s in Bahrain

12 Jan, '0716 Comments

For just a few days, invited by the Bahrain Chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organisation, a group of just 22 people, to address a few schools and business groups in Bahrain to talk to them about his various community projects, the most visible of which is the Guardian Angels of course. I was invited by […]

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The bracelets are here!

The bracelets are here!

7 Dec, '065 Comments

Look how snazzy they look? You gotta have one, and here’s how you can get one. The quantity IS limited, first come first served… And what’s more, it’s going to a just cause. I would like to thank Manhal Al-Qaisi again for his donation and initiative to suggest these bracelets, and I would like you […]

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Spinning it already?

28 Nov, '0633 Comments

Alarm at Shia gains in Bahrain’s elections By Kim Sengupta Belfast Telegraph 28 November 2006 A radical Shia Islamist group has made significant gains in Bahrain’s national elections, raising serious concern among neighbouring conservative Sunni monarchies in the region. Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society has won 16 of the 40 seats in parliament and the party […]

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