by Alex Fitzpatrick The United Nations will meet in Dubai this December to make a decision that could carry significant consequences for the future of all web users: Should the UN be granted more control over the Internet? With the… Read More ›
Month: May 2012
New study shows low carb diet is also good for diabetes
By Diane Fennell. People with diabetes are generally encouraged to eat a nutritionally balanced, low-fat diet. But now, a small new study out of Sweden is lending support to the idea that a higher-fat, low-carbohydrate diet may work best for… Read More ›
AlWefaq Supports Gay Rights?
Or did I get confused with Iran? Before getting into the subject, allow me to explain one simple perspective in International Relations. It basically says that the world is divided into two, a group of satisfied nations, and another… Read More ›
GCC Unity and Monopoly?
I know I mentioned last week that I will be unveiling, with sound evidence, the hidden agenda of a known Human Rights Organization. However, because of the latest developments, I will go back on my word and discuss the… Read More ›
Blame the Government for Sectarianism?
For this week, I have two very important topics to discuss. One is on a recently uncovered scandal about an International Human Rights organization, and the second is about explaining more of the sectarian reality in Bahrain. The first begins… Read More ›
I’m Not A Terrorist! Let Me Explain!
; Hypocrisy, we are all hypocrites. However, what distinguishes one hypocritical person from another are two things. One, the level of hypocrisy. Two, the way you explain yourself and your actions. Recently, many countries have been critical of Bahrain’s actions,… Read More ›