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?
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.
Ali Al-Aswad: Devastating Consequences of Ruling Family Rivalry over Power in Bahrain
In so far as Bahrain is experiencing a public power-sharing dispute between the opposition and the ruling family, there is a rivalry, which may become a conflict among the ruling family, over the share of economic, political and security powers in the country, which adversely affects the overall internal situation.
Qatar's Former PM Enters Competition inside Al Khalifa Family, Praises Khalifa bin Salman
It seems that Qatar's Former Prime Minster Hamad bin Jassim joined the competition inside the ruling family in Bahrain through praising the Bahraini Prime Minister Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.
Journalist Hasan Qambar Discusses Bahraini Developments in TV Program
ournalist Hasan Qambar returned to discuss local issues through his program "Tanatish". Qambar discussed on May 11, 2019 episode the consequences of the Prime Minister Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa's call to Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.
Yacoub Al Nasser: What Did King Want from Charter?
The steps taken by Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa after assuming power in March 1999 do not reflect even a fragment of willingness to work towards political reform, as the man hasn’t ever stood behind a reformist project, or even had a different vision to move the country forward into a space other than that in which it has remained in under the reigns of his father or grandfathers.
Tweet Shows that Yusuf Al-Binkhalil May Be One of “Na’eb Ta’eb” Twitter Account Managers
A tweet posted by “Na'eb Ta'eb” Twitter account showed that the Editor-in-Chief of Bahrain's “Al-Watan” newspaper Yusuf Al-Binkhalil may be one of those managing the account.