A 15-year-old son of Bahrain's king has been killed in an accident while driving a car, two government officials said on Thursday.

Prince Faisal, the sixth son of Sheik Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, died instantly after he lost control of the car he was driving and collided with a traffic light and billboard, said an official in the Ministry of Youth.

A senior Information Ministry official confirmed the death. Both officials spoke on condition of anonymity, as they were not authorized to release the news to the press.

State radio and television did not promptly announce the death, but they stopped their regular programs and played readings from the Islamic holy book, the Quran -- a sign of mourning. Later, the radio and television said: "With all sorrow and sadness, the Royal Court announces the death of ... his highness Sheik Faisal."

The statement gave no details of his death, saying only he died in "an unfortunate accident." After the statement, the radio and television resumed readings from the Quran.

Source: Associated Press


Nameless said...

إنا لله وإنا إليه راجعون

augurwell said...

I know someone, they say "Ha'baby."

What we are hearing about the island.

... from the mist, the sound off the river, distant jazz ... [03:00 You Time?] and then an other >< 0 {07:00 Your Time Too?}

kick back, check out the culture built with the auto from Detroit, they ride better with oil from our partners of the east.

Posted as the show begins... (,so this is when you turn on the radio. It is now 22:00 Tornto) ciaoa

Radio Free Liberty

Time Check

MuppetLord said...

Not good.

Mohammed said...

الله يرحمه و يصبر أهله

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