Tag Archive | human rights and civil liberties

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 […]

Foreign Hands in Bahrain

Every source of social media was in a flurry as February 14th 2014 approached. A special day being the anniversary of the National Charter, and for many it was Valentine’s Day. For AlWefaq terrorist group, however, they converted this auspicious day into the “anniversary” of their so-called revolution. Once again the strength of the peaceful […]

Bahrain The Financial Centre

Bahrain gained independence from British protection on December 16th 1971. The vision of the government was to lay a solid foundation for the national economy that would remain stable despite unpredictable international economical fluctuations and to develop and improve the economy to bring benefits to the Bahraini citizens and raise their living standards.  To date […]

The American Dream

The United States of America (a supposed “ally” of Bahrain) is considered the largest, most powerful “democracy” in the world (although only 57.5 % of the population voted in the 2012 US presidential election). Some believe that in the US one has complete freedom of speech and the human rights of all across the vast […]

Dear Mr. President

Dear Mr. President, I write to you as a citizen of the world and a long-time resident of Bahrain. You lead the most powerful and largest democracy. America is portrayed as the land of the free, where people from all walks of life supposedly live with complete freedom – after all, an American is an […]

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 […]