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· July, 2005

Stories about Bahrain from July, 2005

Bahrain: Look ma, I'm on a Segway!

Mahmood, who writes the Bahraini blog Mahmood's Den tried out a Segway today. While he was having a blast riding around on it, he also thought that they'd be quite...

Report from the Jordan Blogger Gathering

Tonight's Jordan Blogger Gathering You never know who'll show up for a bloggers’ gathering. The Jordan blogger meetup – a joint Jordan Planet/Global Voices effort – turned up not only...

Bahrain: It's great to be free..

Silly Bahraini Girl asks for a dialogue on what it really means to be free (mildly NSFW picture included).

Bahraini: Food Fight!

Chan’ad Bahraini will be taking a blog-vacation for a couple of weeks, but before he left, he couldn't help but to bring us a photograph of a scuffle that took...

Bahrain: Bahrain takes first step to separate Mosque from State

Mahmood's Den notes that the Ministry of Islamic Affairs has said that mosques should not be used for political purposes; perhaps this is the first brick in the wall that...

Mahmood's Den :: The 2002 Constition now in text

Mahmood's Den has posted the text of the Bahraini constitution on-line in text form.

BahrainBlogs :: Comprehensive list of Bahraini sites

BahrainBlogs points to a very comprehensive list of Bahraini on-line forums.

Chan’ad Bahraini » Blog Archive » Not in my name

The blog Chan’ad Bahraini has coverage of a well-attended candlelight vigil held outside the British Embassy in Bahrain, with extensive pictures.

Middle East and North Africa Friday Blog Roundup

Beirut Spring has posted a banner condemning terrorism in both English and Arabic. Saudi Jeans has been looking on the Arabic blogs for commentary on the London bombings but has...

Muslim Blogosphere Reacts to London Blast

We hope that multi-lingual bridge-bloggers can help translate more of what bloggers are saying in Arabic, Farsi and other languages. (If you have done so please let us know in...

The Middle East and North Africa Daily Blog Roundup

The Silly Bahraini Girl is more than a little frustrated by Bahrainis who have trouble with the fact that many email addresses in the Kingdom end in ‘.com.bh’. The Big...

Middle East & North Africa Roundup

The prolific Bahraini blogger Mahmood of Mahmood's Den has done an Arabic translation of Reporters Without Borders’ 6 Recommendations for freedom of expression on the Internet. (PDF version is here.)...

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