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· September, 2005

Stories about Bahrain from September, 2005

Bahrain: Governmental Blog

Blogging goes governmental in Bahrain. Chan'ad writes that Manama Municipal Council has set up a blog to communicate and receive feedback from the city’s expatriate community (who form 85% of...

Bahrain: Boycott of Israeli goods

Mahmood is convinced that Bahrain should ends primary boycott of Israeli goods.

Bahrain: Musical Missions

Zainab Alkhawaja praises the Musical Missions of Cameron and Kristina who have been around the Arab world. They have been to Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Palestine and Iraq. They talked to...

Bahrain: Reading Newspaper

Amira tells you one more reason why you should not read newspaper over breakfast!

Bahrain: Arabic Blogging

Haythoo just started a free Arabic blogging service for Bahrain (in Arabic). The new blog service ( is based on the Arabic version of WordPress, and seems to catch a...

Bahrain: Aggregator is On

Mahmood just launched It is simply an aggregation service to aggregate all the Bahraini blogs he knows of.

Bahrain: Workplace Respect

Amira asks, what is it with people who have zero respect for their workplace?

Bahrain: Bahrain World Trade Centre Wings

Sabbah says that Bahrain World Trade Centre (BWTC) will incorporate the first towers in the world to generate their own electricity using wind turbines.

Bahrain: Missing Condolences

Arab states sent deep condolences and regret to the U.S. administration over the effect of Hurricane Katrina. moodz wonders why none of the Arab Leaders sent a cable of “deep...

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