Category Archives: Bahrain

Iranian Inspired Revolts

While riots have spread throughout the Middle East and what was once a movement for pro-democracy movement, yet now taken over by foreign interests and radical Islamic groups, Iranian warships are awaiting Egyptian approval to move through the Suez canal in order to “dock at a Syrian port.”  Israel has made it clear that this… Continue Reading

Bahrain Joins Voice of Internet Organized Middle East Protests

Protesters clashed with police in Bahrain on Monday as the opposition called the incident the “Day of Wrath” which left at least 14 people injured and two dead of their wounds. Inspired in large part by the success of the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt which, in both cases, succeeded in toppling the ruling regimes;… Continue Reading

Meeting To Spur Inter-GCC Investment

In order to spur investment and trade among the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries, the heads of state of Gulf oil producers have decided to end restrictions on local company operations. This is part of the development of a common market. The leaders of the six-nation GCC countries agreed upon plans to allow national companies… Continue Reading

WikiLeaks Sheds New Light on Arab Views on Iran

Among the tens of thousands of documents released by WikiLeaks saying all kinds of good and bad things about world leaders, there seems to be one leader which almost everyone seems to agree about: that is of course the leader of Iran, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The documents point to a great fear and distrust of… Continue Reading