Skip to comments.(Hardline Islamic) Protests Flare in Bahrain for Kim Kardashian Visit
Posted on 12/02/2012 8:07:00 PM PST by drewh
By REEM KHALIFA Associated Press MANAMA, Bahrain Just hours after reality TV star Kim Kardashian gushed about her impressions of Bahrain, riot police fired tear gas to disperse more than 50 hardline Islamic protesters denouncing her presence in the Gulf kingdom.
The clashes took place just before Kardashian opened the Bahrain branch of her Millions of Milkshakes shop.
An Associated Press journalist saw protesters chanting "God is Great" near the shopping complex in Riffa, some 20 kilometers (12 miles) south of the capital Manama. The demonstrators were cleared before Kardashian appeared late Saturday.
Earlier, she posted glowing remarks about Bahrain on her Twitter account, calling it "the prettiest place on earth." It was re-Tweeted by Bahrain's foreign minister.
Kardashian was in Kuwait earlier this week to open another branch of the shop
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What is the attraction? She looks like the kind of gal who has hairy legs and will be spriting a mustache in a few years.
I’d buy a milkshake from her. (provided she was wearing gloves)
Chanting “God is Great”
The usual Allah-Akhbar’ing, they mean. The media makes it sound soooo Judeo-Christian. NOT!
Human debris protesting over human detritus.
hoping for mutually assured destruction
is that wrong?
Now if she'd opened a baby back ribs place....
I’ve heard of her, but would not recognize her if she passed me on the street.
What has she ever done?
This article has so much in it that’s funny, including the pic. Chris Humphries must have some big fans in Bahrain.
With the last name Kardashian, she must be part Armenian, which means you're right.
touche! well played....
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