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Labour Minister on TV tonight

Wednesday, June 30, 2004

If you're not planning on watching the Euro 2004 semi-final match between Portugal and Holland tonight, then you might want to watch this (from the GDN):
Labour and Social Affairs Minister Dr Majeed Al Alawi will be appearing on Al Arabiya television channel. The proramme will be aired tonight (Wednesday 30th) at 10pm (Bahrain time). The minister will focus on the role of Bahrain societies, labour issues, unemployment and the new labour law.
Hmmm... sounds interesting. Maybe I'll be able to catch some of it during half-time.
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6 Responses to 'Labour Minister on TV tonight'


Anonymous Anonymous says:

Any good? I hope didn't announce loads of concessions to Alwefaq.    

Anonymous Anonymous says:

Alwefaq?
steve    

Anonymous Anonymous says:

This interview was scheduled on Alarabya after it was announced that Jaleela Alsayid- Alwasat Bahraini woman of the year - will be giving an interview on the arabic-language iranian channel Alaalam about the constitutional crisis. So two Bahrainis in the spotlight. Alalawi is completely discredited among the populace of Bahrain as a mere government arsewipe. Jalela Alsayid however, has been a role model for me personally when it comes to her political stances and her outstanding organisation of the constitutional conference held in February when Alalaawi confronted her head-on in trying to stop it through cheap tactics such as banning all foreign participants from entering Bahrain and threatening Diplomat hotel managers if they let its conference facilities to Alsayed.    

Anonymous Anonymous says:
7/01/2004 06:25:00 pm

al Wefaq = Shia Islamist. Turbaned and bearded bastards    

Blogger Chanad says:
7/02/2004 02:15:00 am

Al Wefaq:
Shia? yes
Islamist? more or less
Turbaned? a few of them
Bearded? many of them
Bastards? hmmm

Come on, let's not go around making these broad remarks which only further the hatred, and don't encourage people to hear different point of views. I agree that many of the leaders have gone off on the wrong track (sometimes even implicitly inciting violence), but I would disagree with your claim that they are ALL bastards. Moreover, I do dislike the way you have implied that having a beard or a turban somehow identifies you as a "bastard". So let's stay away from name-calling and rather argue over the issues.    

Blogger Chanad says:
7/03/2004 04:50:00 pm

To the previous commenter, or anyone.
Do you know where I can find out some more about Jalela AlSayed, her background, and the things she has done in Bahrain? Coz I don't know too much. Thanks    

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