Manama and Abu Dhabi's latest event seems to suggest that they have solved all their internal and external problems, realized the dreams of all their citizens, cleared prisons, spread justice, and that it is now time to resolve the most pressing of issues, i.e. "where the second largest gathering of manatees in the world is".
Naming Street Leading to Bahrain's Refinery "Indian Youths Street"
Nearly two weeks after announcing Bahrain Youths Day, Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco), a Bahrain Oil and Gas Hol
Bahraini Youth Day: King's Son Should Take Actions, Not Only Put out Words
How can a young Bahraini seriously accept March 25th of each year to be called Bahrain Youth Day, when the youths of the island kingdom find that the state deprives them of their most basic rights to education and employment?
Nasser bin Hamad Purchases Horse Worth over $3 Million
Chief of Strategic Security Agency and King's son, Nasser bin Hamad, bought a horse worth over $3 Million, media websites specialized in auctions of selling horses and other animals reported.
King's Son: I Support my Father's Decision in Establishing Ties with "Israel"
Chief of the Strategic Security Agency, head of Royal Guard and King's son, Nasser bin Hamad, announced via his official Instagram account that he supports his father's decision in establishing ties with the Israeli entity and normalizing relations with it.
Bahrain Purchases 20% of Ligue 2 French Club Stakes
"Ligue 2 side Paris FC on Monday announced that the Kingdom of Bahrain was taking a 20% minority stake in the club," a sports website specialized in the French football news reported.
Nasser Bin Hamad Takes on Funding of McLaren Cycling Squad
The Bahraini king's son, Shaikh Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa guaranteed to keep supporting the Bahrain-McLaren cycling team, as car manufacturer McLaren looks likely to wind down their activity and sponsorship at Bahrain-McLaren at the end of the year, reported Cyclingnews.
King Hamad Appoints His Son Nasser as Secretary-General of Supreme Defence Council
King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued Order appointing Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa as the Secretary-General of the Supreme Defence Council (SDC).
Editorial: Letter to Nasser bin Hamad, What does Excellence Mean to you?
Perhaps it is natural and acceptable that the Crown Prince, owner of the "Crown Prince's International Scholarship Program", met the top students online, to deliver a national message on behalf of the state and his program.
Full Story of Ibrahim Al-Dosari’s Arrest
The question is no longer whether a former undersecretary in Prime Minister Khalifa bin Salman's cabinet has been arrested or not, but why he has been arrested now. Has the war to remove the prime minister from his chair, which has lasted more than 40 years, begun?
Who's the Bahrain Team Managing Fight against Coronavirus Pandemic? Examples on Chaos in Management
Is there a team called #Bahrain_Team that manages the Coronavirus pandemic that is burdening the world, or is there multiple teams in the country, each dealing with the pandemic as they please.
Bahrain Strengthens Its Presence in World of Spanish Football to Cover up Its HR Violations
The Spanish El Mundo Newspaper said that the Kingdom of Bahrain, through "brutal repression" man who is accused of torture, Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, is strengthening its presence in the world of football in the Kingdom of Spain to cover up human rights violations.
New Duo in Bahrain Rule with End of Khalifa bin Salman Era
The country is moving from one difficult stage to another. It is in the stage of tightening the grip on all positions of power after removing everyone from their posts, including the removal of the PM's wing in favor of the King's wing, his sons and the Khawalid heads only.
2019 Roundup: Royal Courts War: From Public Conflict of Gov’t Wings to Accusing Opposition and Criminalizing Follow and Retweet
The unannounced truce between the Royal Court and the Prime Minister's Court didn't last long. The dispute that was publicly managed on social media outlets and that lasted for 3 months (from February until April 2018), and ended with the arrest of Mohammad Al-Shorouqi as well as others over charges of managing the “Na’eb Ta’eb” Twitter account, seems to emerge again but in another fashion.
Will Nasser bin Hamad Become First Military Security Man in Bahrain?
The centrality of the Bahraini King's son Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, 32 years, is increasing day after day and so is his presence in the Bahraini military, security and service fields, especially after the King issued a royal order 54/2019 appointing him as a National Security Advisor.
King of Bahrain Issues Royal Order Appointing His Son Nasser as National Security Adviser
Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued a royal order appointing his son Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa as National Security Adviser.
King Issues Decrees Reorganizing "Ministry of Industry", "Supreme Council of Youth & Sports," and Establishing Academy for Diplomatic Studies
King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa issued three royal decrees reorganizing the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, establishing academy for diplomatic studies and restructuring the Supreme Council of Youth and Sports.
Human Rights Groups: Bahrain Cycling Team Participation in France Race is a Front to Whitewash Bahrain’s Image
Bahrain Cycling Team (Bahrain-Merida) has denied allegations that its participation in the Tour de France aims to polish the image of Bahrain in the world through sport, claiming that they are ill-targeted and illogical because the team is completely distinct and separate from the Bahraini government..
What about the Spearhead, Nabeel Al-Hamr?
Nabeel Al-Hamr became the king’s private companion, who sits under the king’s feet like a loyal puppy, but he out of a sudden bit the king’s two sons at once.
How Did Al-Ayyam Poll Irritate Nasser bin Hamad?
Local Bahraini Al-Ayyam newspaper dismissed head of sports department Akil Al-Sayed as well as sports journalist Abdullah Al-Babetin after the newspaper published a poll recording a drop in the national clubs content with the performance of the Ministry of Youth.