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Healing and Reconciliation

Healing and Reconciliation

18 May, '102 Comments

Humble Berlin. Although still smarting from past wrongs, it doesn’t choose to bury its head in the sand and pretend nothing happened over half a century ago. No. It instead found the bravery and humility required to open deep wounds, clean them up, come to terms with history and use those painful experiences to ensure […]

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Provisional UNHCR report on Bahrain

Provisional UNHCR report on Bahrain

12 Mar, '085 Comments

Kiwi Nomad alluded to the “special” way that the GDN chooses to report the news, especially when the news is somewhat critical of the government. In this case, Geoff Bew seems to have chosen the ‘glass half full’ approach (of maybe his editor did? I don’t know) and printed the effervescent headline “UN report praises […]

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Law 56, again.

12 May, '059 Comments

Member of Parliament, the right honourable Shaikh Jassim Al-Saidi, an upstanding citizen, and erstwhile Imam of a mosque in Riffa, and brought to parliament rightly by gathering 1673 votes in a hard-fought and contested election in his Southern Governate out of 4,413 (as opposed to any candidate in the Northern Governate who would have had […]

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