Stories about Bahrain from January, 2006
Cartoons, giant Royal billboards, vlogs, ... yes it's all happening in Bahrain!
We now have a novel site whose author would like us to think that he is doing us Bahrainis a huge favour by “exposing” activists with an agenda. Activists which he describes as not only as cowardly traitors, which it seems he can put up with, but much more disgustingly...
The weekly round-up of the Bahraini blogosphere where a week, for a change, seems quite ordinary!
Over 500 people dead while performing pilgrimage in Makkah, and two royal deaths leave a sad cloud on the Gulf this week.
The Bahrain Center for Human Rights has issued a communique with serious allegations against the justice system in Bahrain, Silly Bahraini Girl said.
Sharon is dying after whatever hit his brain. I am not writing this to express my joy but my admiration to Israel as a government, a country and a committee, $ilver Girl said.
Attacks on anonymous blogging, doctors smuggling prostitutes during their night shifts, a feminist highlights what she believes are wrongs in Islam, alcoholics in parliament, identity theft by a Ninja and underrated 80s music are just the norm for Bahrain this week!
Anonymity and credibility of blogs seems to be the ‘hot topic of the day‘ around some of the Arab blogsphere blogs.
Another week of turmoil in the tiny country. An opposition figure's detention sparks riots at the sole international airport resulting in public property damage and several arrests.