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Valentines’ gone horribly wrong

Valentines’ gone horribly wrong

13 Feb, '0815 Comments

Look, I understand that although some need it, not everyone can afford to buy Viagra, but lust is an untameable beast and some people will go to any length for the mere promise of their own personal nirvana. Sometimes that quest can prove painful, embarrassing, stupid and more often than not all of those facets […]

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Ramadhan is not made for working, MP says

Ramadhan is not made for working, MP says

17 Sep, '0731 Comments

And he wants to ensure that those who do want to work during the Holy Month don’t get in the way. He will now issue a parliamentary wish backed by those guardians of Islam, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Al-Menbar political bloc, to restrict work hours during Ramadhan to four whole hours! – but only to Muslims. […]

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Terrorism pays

Terrorism pays

23 Aug, '07122 Comments

Mohammed Khalid, that effervescent Islamist MP, wants to gift the five erstwhile Guantanamo detainees BD50,000 (~US$132k) as a “for the suffering and torture they were forced to endure in the US prison camp“. Huh? Oy! Bub! Listen: when we defended their right to a fair trial we didn’t sign up to make them the luminaries […]

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Making sense of nonsense

12 Aug, '070 Comments

Whenever I feel down, out of sorts, bored, whatever, and I need a lift-me-up boost, the Bahrain News Agency never fails to provide a copious amount of fun! Like this: CLAMP ON BOGUS COMPANIES MANAMA, AUGUST 12 (BNA) — A COMPANY REPRESENTING BOGUS COMPANIES IN BAHRAIN THAT PROVIDE SERVICES OVER THE INTERNET HAS BEEN CLAMPED […]

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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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