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What insolence!

What insolence!

30 Nov, '069 Comments

I think everyone can excuse bad manners once in a while and simply attribute its occurrence to a particular situation, upbringing or even just simple frustration. What people cannot excuse; however, is pure and evil insolence, especially when that insolence comes from a grown person with public standing and one that has been chosen – […]

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Ooooooo boy…

Ooooooo boy…

29 Nov, '0690 Comments

I think we’re going to see far too much of this gentlemen over the next four years. Meet Sayyed Abdulla Al-A’ali who was a municipal councilor for the Central governate the last time around, and he successfully tried his luck this time around continuing his ride on Al-Wefaq’s coat-tails and got elected with a good […]

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Brainfarting season has started, officially

Brainfarting season has started, officially

30 Oct, '065 Comments

This site’s blocking order notwithstanding, it is quite apparent that the official brainfarting season has started in earnest. Take a look at this gem for instance: شن الشيخ جلال الشرقي يوم أمس (السبت) حملة ضد من أسماهم ‘’الليبراليين والعلمانيين واللادينيين’’ من جانب، وعلى الصحافيين الذين يهاجمون رجال الدين والإسلاميين من جانب آخر، أثناء حديثه في […]

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Dhahrani’s Posse

Dhahrani’s Posse

18 Oct, '0620 Comments

Yesterday, Khalifa Al-Dhahrani reneged on his decision not to run for the 2nd term of parliament, by not only registering his candidature, but acted as the protagonist in a cheap play by having a posse of 20 people behind him; most notable tails were a bevy of MPs including: Abdulaziz Al-Mousa, Ahmed Behzad (independents, they […]

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Shaikh Ahmed is unperturbed

Shaikh Ahmed is unperturbed

21 Sep, '0667 Comments

I met briefly with Shaikh Ahmed bin Attiyatallah this morning and asked him directly for his comment about the hot topic of this week; what he said is that it is a case of revenge. “I fired the guy and he didn’t like it, so he’s unleashed this ‘thing’[1] as revenge against me” When I […]

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