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Mohammed Khalid’s Heroes

Mohammed Khalid’s Heroes

8 Jul, '0510 Comments

On the 6th of this month, we woke up to the news that the Bahrain Charge d’Affairs in Iraq has been shot and wounded in a botched kidnapping attempt. Hassan Al-Ansari’s quick thinking saved his life. In a separate incident, the Egyptian ambassador was kidnapped, and later killed according to reports. Terrorists in Iraq seem […]

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Glamour Shot

Glamour Shot

7 Jul, '050 Comments

H. E. Mr. Khalifa Al-DhahraniChairman of the Council of Representatives Good morning! Loving the pout! Posh Spice can learn a few things by studying this picture to improve hers. Thanks to Al-Wasat by the way…

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Another journalist in the dock due to Bahrain’s press laws

30 May, '056 Comments

They originally said that they will not use the infamous Law 47 of 2002 (arabic)and it’s “just administrative”, however we continue to see journalists being gagged using this archaic and unfair law. In this particular instance, the journalist submitted reports to a “foreign” newspaper without being registered as a foreign correspondent with the Ministry of […]

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Wouldn’t switching the damned thing off be easier?

17 May, '058 Comments

Khalifa Al-Dhahrani is at it again, this time wanting to not only control technology, but giving out 5 years prison sentances and thousands of dinars fines for something that cannot be traced. Yes, I’m talking about Bluetoothed mobile phones again. Bluetooth Clamp Bluetooth violators could face up to five years in jail according to proposals […]

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Heated exchanges in Bahrain parliament

12 May, '050 Comments

A Chamber of Deputies session was adjourned for one hour following a heated argument over the issue of citizens who were tortured under the Security Law during the 1990s, with two deputies accusing the Speaker of infringing on their right to express their opinion. The Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Khalifa Al Dhahrani, adjourned […]

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