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alnoaimi.org launched

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Abdulrahman Al-Noaimi

A site completely dedicated to a giant of a Bahraini, Mr. Abdulrahman Al-Noaimi, the Godfather of the National Action Democratic Society has been launched containing a section to register your “get well” messages to this Bahraini personality as well as sections detailing his biodata and a collection of articles he has written.

Abdulrahman Al-Noaimi is now in a Riyadh hospital to continue his recovery after falling ill due to pancreatic failure while on a working visit to Rabat in Morocco a few weeks ago.

I hope that the organisers will translate the content to English and other languages, and also include a transcript of his speeches, seminars and lectures as well as video and audio footage of his activities.

He is a national treasure that must be given his due, regardless of how you view his politics.

Another site has been created by journalist Khalil Buhazza at http://bohazza.jeeran.com/bokhalid/ to track his recovery progress and serve as an archive of articles written about Mr. Al-Noaimi.


Wishing Al-No’aimi a speedy recovery

Al-Noaimi support

تقوم بالسلامة و العافية يا بو أمل

The Godfather of the National Democratic movement in Bahrain is in critical – but stable – condition in Morocco where he traveled earlier to attend a political conference. While there, he had an acute pancreatic failure which necessitated his admission to a local hospital. Since being admitted, his condition was raised to critical and has been on semi-life support. A team of Bahraini doctors and specialists traveled to Rabat to be with him and offer their support and opinion to the Moroccan medical team, one of those doctors is his daughter Salwa.

As of last night, rumours circulated the island that Mr. Al-No’ami was declared brain-dead. This was strongly refuted by his political society, Wa’ad, which stated that he still responded to stimuli and that his condition is stable. They are now considering whether to move him for further medical attention either back to Bahrain or Paris.

I wish Mr. Al-No’aimi a speedy recovery; Bahrain desperately needs this giant and others like him to continue and lead our struggle for freedoms and the defence of our rights.

We are all with you Abdulrahman, may you live long and prosper.