Tag Archive | Protest

Nader Abdulemam – a Terrorist in Bahrain

Nader Abdulemam calls himself a human rights activist and the West is quick to accept his disguise. He assumes the identity of someone who is a caring humanitarian who fights for rights when all in Bahrain know he is nothing more than a violent terrorist. In 1995 Nader Abdulemam and his gang were caught red-handed […]

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 […]

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 […]

Time to take responsibility for Bahrain!

Friday, 27th September, was a normal weekend in Bahrain. An approved rally in Budaiya meant, courtesy of AlWefaq, thousands of residents in and around the area would be hostages in their own homes. Many waited patiently for the usual show of “solidarity” to dissolve into the predictable chaos, violence and general anarchy that people in […]

Iran’s Master Manipulators in Bahrain

On Sunday, 4th August 2013, US Embassies in Dhaka, Doha, Kabul, Khartoum, Kuwait and Bahrain remained closed due to a “threat” made in Yemen by Al Qaeda. Ironically, Bahrain is safer than New York and London so why the embassy was shut here is a mystery. Masters at propaganda, America, presumably wants to attract attention […]

“One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world”.

On July 12th 2013, a brave young girl, Malala Yousafzai addressed the UN Youth Assembly at the UN Head Quarters in New York. This young girl who celebrated her sixteenth birthday on that day has probably shown more courage and humility than most politicians do in a lifetime. Powerful leaders cheered as she thanked God […]