Their latest challenge is to make amendments to a 1976 law to allow people to carry daggers !!!
Now without having daggers around their waistlines, the number of people who have been stabbed over the previous few days makes living in Bahrain feel surreal.
There is no way the Ministry of Interior would come forward and give us statistics of the number of people stabbed or threatened or terrorised at knife point because Bahrain is a country which loathes the idea of hanging out its dirty underwear for all to see.
Lemme skim some of the news in my favourite (die you spiteful lot out there!) paper the Gulf Daily News:
** This appeared on February 2, 2005:
Stabbed, beaten and tortured
POLICE were yesterday hunting three Bahraini men following a brutal attack in which Filipino hairdresser Albert Gayo was beaten, stabbed and tortured.Mr Gayo, 44, is in Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) with multiple injuries, after jumping from his second floor flat window to escape, on Sunday night.
He landed on a car roof and crawled across the road to the Umm Al Hassam Police Station.
"I'm lucky to be alive, but I am still very scared that these men will come to finish me off," Mr Gayo told the GDN from his hospital bed yesterday.
One of the attackers was an acquaintance who called Mr Gayo on his mobile while he was out for dinner with Filipino friend Jaime Dineros, earlier in the evening.
He asked if Mr Gayo was interested in decorating a planned restaurant.
"Unfortunately, I do not know his full name, I know him only as Mohammed," said Mr Gayo, who is also a fashion designer, interior decorator, photographer and impresario.
He and Mr Dineros agreed to meet Mohammed that night at the Dolphin Park in Manama and followed him to the restaurant.
Mr Dineros told the GDN that he didn't think Mohammed was "in his right frame of mind".
"I told Albert that we better leave because Mohammed looked suspiciously drunk or maybe on drugs and he wasn't making much sense," he said.
"There were also two men with Mohammed, who didn't leave the car from the time we met them. They weren't introduced to us."
Mr Gayo dropped Mr Dineros home at about 9.30pm and was home in bed by 10.30pm.
He was woken by his seven-year-old Yorkshire terrier dog, Kanufa, barking.
"The door to my room opened and I saw the silhouette of a man and he turned on the light and it was Mohammed. He was holding a long piece of wooden board and demanded money," said Mr Gayo.
"I told him I had no money and he screamed at me and called me a liar. He started hitting me and I used my arm to shield my head. He took out a knife and told me to get up and open the front door."
When Mr Gayo opened the main door, the two men who he had seen earlier that night walked in, while Mohammed dragged him to the spare room.
"He kept on demanding I give him money," said Mr Gayo.
"He then pulled my hair and started slicing large portions of my hair off."
The dog kept barking, which annoyed the attacker.
"He said to wait in the room while he went to kill my dog," said Mr Gayo.
"He also said he was going to put the knife through my heart, cut my neck and leave my head in the room.
"He started stabbing me in my arms and I started bleeding profusely. He also slashed my arms.
"When he left the room to go after my dog I went straight to the window, opened it and jumped."
Mr Gayo landed on his side on a neighbour's Pajero roof. The impact left him with a three broken ribs, a dislocated right shoulder and his right arm, wrist and hand were also broken in several places.
Seven of his teeth were also broken when the side of his face slammed against the vehicle roof.
He crawled to the police station, where police called an ambulance which took him to the SMC, where he underwent emergency surgery.
Police yesterday got a new lead when Mr Dineros recognised the car Mohammed was driving.
It was found still parked outside Mr Gayo's flat.
Mr Gayo is too frightened to return to the same address and will be moving home.
"My life is never going to be the same again. I never expected anything like this to happen to me, not in the 22 years I have lived in Bahrain," he said.
Philippine Embassy officials yesterday visited Mr Gayo, offering to help.
Friends found his dog alive in his flat yesterday.
It is thought the attacker climbed in through the kitchen window, which opens on to a balcony at the back. There were shoe prints all over the kitchen sink, counter and floor.
Nothing was stolen, but the attackers left behind a pack of three sandwiches.
**On Thursday, February 3, 2005, this appeared:
Worker is stabbed to death
MANAMA: A Thai man has been stabbed to death in an argument with a workmate at a Bahrain labour camp, reports Vinitha Viswanath. Samran Khalswan, 47, was stabbed in his stomach and heart, said sources. The attack happened during an argument with the workmate at company accommodation in Ma'amir Industrial Area, at around 9pm on Tuesday. Mr Khalswan was declared dead at the scene by ambulancemen.
**On Saturday, February 5, 2004, this followed:
Worker murdered with metal bar
Fifty-five-year-old Mohan Lal, a construction worker, died of haemorrhage after suffering fatal head injuries. The suspect, who was stabbed in various parts of his body, is in critical condition at Salmaniya Medical Complex's intensive care unit.
The incident allegedly happened yesterday afternoon at their flat in Zinj.
Now, what I am trying to say in plain and simple English is that carrying daggers is not a good idea in our peaceful and secure beloved kingdom.
Have a good night. Please remember to lock all your doors and windows as this place is no longer secure.