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Easy to find fault.

Urging the Gulf Air chief executive to resign is an ignorant idea.. How many times will Gulf Air change its management?

Let's not forget parliament themselves agreed to promote him.

Furthermore, the only real reason to fire him is that he isn't hiring Bahraini workers?

Well, if an employee from Harvard tries to apply and another from Gulf University applies for a job ... we all know who we would hire.

It's harder to find one fault in yourself than a thousand in others.

And that's all I can say.

Raed

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Publication:Gulf Daily News (Manama, Bahrain)
Date:Feb 6, 2009
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