In Bahrain, if you love the King, you won't get humiliated
Published July 5th, 2012 - 08:11 GMT
An account of an employee in Bahrain who was beaten after someone on staff was suspected of spying; Post Traumatic Stress Disorder for Libyans, a morning comic, and Morsi says one thing, the Brotherhood says Jihad
If you loved the King, nothing bad would happen to you!
A blistering account of an employee of the ministry of health in Bahrain who was beaten and humiliated after someone on staff was suspected of leaking private information:
““You receive three times our wage, and you still hate your government?” They began to hit L. again, repeatedly, pulling her out in front of her colleagues as they punched her in the mouth, neck and shoulders. She could hear cries coming from every corner of the office, but L. was in too deep a state of shock to cry.
“Stop hitting this cute girl, I like her,” one masked man leered. He put his arm around her to lead her downstairs himself, fondling her breast as he did.
Libyan soldiers now have enough space and time to think and they really start regretting what they just did to their fellow Libyans
"We are all suffering in one way or another in Libya but those who fought are suffering the most whichever side they were on. Not acknowledging or treating that is going to blow up in our face or come back to haunt us."
As President Morsy Preaches Peace, Muslim Brotherhood Sanctions Jihad
Morsi wants peace, and the Brotherhood writes and article pushing for Jihad
"In both his presidential campaign and inaugural addresses, President Mohamed Morsy has assured the world of Egypt’s commitment to peace.
Yet in the run-up to the final election on June 14, the Muslim Brotherhood published an Arabic article calling this commitment into question."