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Your Uncle is Deaf

Your Uncle is Deaf

25 Jul, '0810 Comments

Or as we say in Bahrain: 3mmek asmakh, an epithet normally reserved for situations where no matter how much advice one gives, even very reasonable and much needed advice, the receiver of such words of wisdom is completely and utterly deaf to those words. Such is the situation with the Ministry of Information, or at […]

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Unblocked!

2 Nov, '0646 Comments

Not yet, but I am informed by a highly reliable source that Mahmood’s Den is to be unblocked! I wish to thank each and every one of you who expressed support in any way, shape or form. I wish to expressly thank Mohammed and Esra’a for taking it upon themselves to establish sites and petitiona, […]

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The Last Information Minister

7 Jul, '054 Comments

Anas Mohammed Al-Rasheed Remember his name well, because it is a person with this vision and courage that is sorely missing in Bahrain at the moment. Anas Al-Rasheed is the new Kuwaiti Information Minister, and his stated goal in his new position is to CLOSE the Ministry of Information! Kuwait’s new information minister has a […]

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Freedom of Speech my big toe!

25 Apr, '0597 Comments

Webmasters must register or face legal action Webmasters face prosecution if they defy new rules announced by Bahraini authorities. All Bahraini websites set up here or abroad must register with the Information Ministry or face legal action, it was declared yesterday. A six-month campaign is being launched next Monday to register all Bahraini websites, under […]

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