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The Thieving MP

The Thieving MP

17 Sep, '072 Comments

I had to laugh when I read Mohammed Al-Othman‘s column this morning and am left wondering how unpopular he will become now as “the machine” will certainly start turning and he will end up painted all the hues of the rainbow as long as it is black! هذا النائب تدرج في اللصوصية؛ فمن لص صغير […]

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Shi’a Triple-Play

Shi’a Triple-Play

5 Aug, '0728 Comments

It’s like the Shi’a “leaders” in Bahrain are aiming for a home run; the bases are pretty loaded now, we just need one more good screw-ball pitch and we’re in! First we have that “down with secularism” from Isa Qassim during two of his Friday sermons, Then we have the followers of Sulaiman Al-Madani (deceased) […]

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The comeuppance of Mohammed Khalid

The comeuppance of Mohammed Khalid

21 Jul, '0715 Comments

Mohammed Khalid is one of those controversial personalities. He has gained notoriety by his outward sectarianism. He has not shied away from those controversies but on the contrary, welcomed them! Even the hallowed halls of parliament did not deter him from being involved in not only shouting matches but physical violence which earned a black […]

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Al-Buainain is against demographic change

Al-Buainain is against demographic change

12 Jul, '072 Comments

I note, with pleasure and interest, that the leader of the Salafi movement and its Asala parliamentary bloc in Bahrain Mr. Ghanim Al-Buainain is unequivocally against the rule of force and demographic change: وقد وصف رئيس جمعية الأصالة الإسلامية النائب غانم البوعينين الادعاءات التي ساقها مداري أنها ‘’محض كذب وافتراء وطمس للحقائق وتعدي على حقوق […]

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Supercop Escapades, part 1

Supercop Escapades, part 1

31 May, '0732 Comments

and we thought that parliamentary work, and being elected, is simple. Hah! No way José! Look at what is expected of you: You get calls at all hours of the night, even when a concerned citizen spies a drunk public sector worker and expects you to take care of the situation, as you should. So […]

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