· March, 2006

Stories about Bahrain from March, 2006

Bahrain: Ship Disaster

  31 March 2006

Beside the deepest condolences expressed by Bahrain bloggers to the families who have lost relatives and friends in the catastrophic ship disaster, for Amira, this toke away the excitement of returning home, and Mahmood believes that people who were directly responsible for flouting safety laws should be punished, and this...

The Week That Was in Bahrain

  25 March 2006

Once again the island bloggers venture away from their shores to report international and regional events in a turbulant world where freedom and human rights are challenged on a daily basis. Away from politics, they continue to delve in culture, arts and literature.

The Week That Was in Bahrain

  18 March 2006

While the F1 was at full speed, some of Bahrain's bloggers at home and abroad were enjoying cultural and arts activities while others were immersed in politics!

The Week That Was in Bahrain..

  10 March 2006

While Haitham Sabbah's pledge to add Palestine to Blogger, Yahoo and MSN has met with huge success, Mahmood continues to battle the demons with Mullas against a new Personal Law in Bahrain!

Bahrain: HAMSA Essay Contest

7 March 2006

Mahmood writes to inform us about a new essay contest launched by the American Islamic Congress on civil rights in the Middle East. Anyone under the age of 26 can enter, and finalists can win up to $2,000 in cash prizes

Muslim Madonna

  1 March 2006

Muslim pop singer Deeyah has irked the Muslim world with her provocative new music video that shows her stripping off a burka to reveal her bikini-clad body. Mohammed AlMaskati wonders where is this going really; now the west needs to free Muslim women from the Burka’a so that they can...