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Protest against Bahraini king’s visit to Downing Street halted by police

RT | October 26, 2016

The Kingdom of Bahrain’s authoritarian ruler King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa visited British Prime Minister Theresa May at Downing Street on Wednesday, despite outcry from human rights and anti-arms trade groups.

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Civil Liberties

The Kindred Dark

In the million ways it counts, maybe the darkness in my soul recognizes the darkness held in your own.

Maybe in finding a home in each other, we create a darkness so bold, as to shroud every doubt sown. 13 more words


🌍✈️Final Trip to Bahrain 🇧🇭Part 1: "We almost didn't make it but we did 👪"

(This picture is from the 2nd day we were in Bahrain)—Special thanks to KaAn designs for our shirts—

I’m so excited to share this post with you. 1,696 more words


Back to blogging after a year!

It’s been a year since my last post and obviously a huge amount has happened in that time!

We’ve celebrate our first Christmas and Halloween in Bahrain. 256 more words



Feelings were once a part of my life

and loads of feelings I had

dreams of being a mother and a wife

soon became my past. 111 more words


Floating the Fed’s House of Cards

(Excerpted from Chapter 5: Persian Gulf Rent-A-Sheik: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

The elite families of the six GCC nations are heavily invested in Western economies.  1,609 more words

Dean Henderson

The weekend sale

This gentleman, perhaps well into his 80s, sells “electronics” at a roadside “flea market” over the weekend. While it is creditable that even at this ripe old age, he has found something useful to do, it’s quite amazing to see all those things he’s selling actually work – be it the “vintage” mobile phones, the watches or the ancient transistor radio!
Full marks to enterprise!

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