Tag Archives: Bahrain

Say “no” to the Saudis and their Gulf allies

Power to the people Nureddin Sabir views the Saudi role in promoting Islamist cults, criminal groups and deviant, primitive variants of Islam in Arab societies, and calls for mass actions to expose and eradicate Saudi influence.

The Arab Spring: was it worth it?

Arab Spring in Cairo Nureddin Sabir says there is no alternative to the pain unleashed by the Arab Spring if Arabs are to realize their aspirations for democracy, accountability, civil society and the rule of law.

Bahrain and the Israeli connection

Bahraini and Israeli flags Lawrence Davidson argues that USA’s double standards in Bahrain can be directly linked to its desire to control the Gulf’s oil supplies and to the Bahraini ruler’s friendship with Israel.

Arab dinosaurs play sectarian card

Saudi royals Yvonne Ridley argues that the dinosaur rulers of Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and elsewhere in the Arab world would go to any length, including fomenting sectarianism, to maintain their grip on power.

Bahrain bleeds for liberty

Bahrain protests Mamoon Alabbasi views the hypocrisy and double standards displayed by Western politicians and media towards the pro-democracy movement in Bahrain.