Tag Archive | Alwefaq

Just another weekend in Bahrain.

Since 2011, hundreds of voices in Bahrain have continued a verbal dialogue in defence of Bahrain. Loud, outspoken, even graphic evidence through social media has been shared with the world to expose the atrocities committed by the so called “peaceful revolutionaries”, who are nothing but a group of fanatics who indulge in violence of the […]

Child Soldiers in Bahrain

The first week of March 2014 took residents and citizens back to the traumatic failed coup d’état attempt in 2011. It was a time of insecurity and fear for most who were in Bahrain at that time and now it seemed the nightmare was upon them again. On Monday, March 3rd, a series of bombs […]

Alwefaq is not Bahrain

Yesterday on Friday 14th February Isa Qassim, the spiritual leader of Alwefaq ordered his followers to go out and fight for their “rights”. The same night one policeman died and one is still fighting for his life. Isa Qassim and the illegal and the dissolved Shiaa Scholars Council are personally responsible for the deaths and […]

Amnesty’s Formula

The 65th season of the most prestigious race in the world – the Formula One season will commence on 16th March in Melbourne Australia and wrap up the season after 22 races in Sao Paulo, Brazil on 30th November 2014. The F1 is recognized by the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) as the highest class […]

Who knew their dream was to destroy Bahrain

Within 30 days (as most months since 2011) Bahrain has been condemned by UNHR, CNN, BBC, New York Times, Washington Post, Reuters, AFP, AP, HRW, FIDH, and Al Jazeera to name a few. Social media flutters with news of Khalil Marzooq’s arrest, painting a picture of a man that is eons away from his sadistic […]

Bahrain post 14th August

Tamarood (Rebellion) or Tamarind as they are now known, was a complete embarrassment for the stubborn leaders of Al Wefaq, who, not surprisngly, still enjoy their freedom despite the fact they encourage youth to “crush the police” and carry out terrorist acts. The failed protest on 14th August 2013 was a strong indication of exhausted […]

“This continued violence is simply not acceptable and it will be stopped” in Bahrain.

Calling the failed coup on Feb 14th, 2011 an “uprising”is irresponsible journalism. At the occupied GCC roundabout, Hassan Mushaima and Ali Salman, along with other leaders, called for an “Islamic Republic” like Iran. The shia opposition leaders called for the downfall of the entire regime. When Al Wefaq had 18 seats (won through fatwas) in […]