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by Joshua Dancel The government of Bahrain has begun cracking down on homosexual migrant workers, including those who are Filipino.

Administrator Wilhelm Soriano of the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) said yesterday overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) found to be gay would be deported by Bahrain starting next week.

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As we detailed earlier, the farce continues as detailed reckoning of Hillary Clinton's State Department emails reveal former Hillary Clinton’s top aide Huma Abedin provided influential Clinton Foundation donors special, expedited access to the secretary of state.

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In many instances, as Judicial Watch exposes, the preferential treatment provided to donors (, the new documents included 20 Hillary Clinton email exchanges not previously turned over to the State Department, bringing the known total to date to 191 of new Clinton emails (not part of the 55,000 pages of emails that Clinton turned over to the State Department).

These records further appear to contradict statements by Clinton that, “as far as she knew,” all of her government emails were turned over to the State Department.

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In Abedin’s June deposition to Judicial Watch, she conceded that part of her job at the State Department was taking care of “Clinton family matters.” Included among the Abedin-Band emails is an exchange revealing that when, he was forced to go through the Clinton Foundation for an appointment.

Abedin advised Band that when she went through “normal channels” at State, Clinton declined to meet.

He said the Philippine embassy has received numerous requests to make plead with the Bahrain government to give the workers at least six months, enough time for them to fi–nish their contracts and prepare for the trip home.

"Others have gone to courts seeking to defer the enforcement of the crackdown," he said.

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