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· June, 2006

Stories about Bahrain from June, 2006

Arabisc: Arabic Bloggers Ken, War and Women Rights

Summer holidays, women rights, war in Iraq and war in Palestine. These are some of the permanent scene in the Arabic language blogsphere these days. Here is some of what...

Bahrain: Bahrain terror cell?

Silly Bahraini Girl comment on the new book, which just published links the so-called Bahrain terror cell to a plot to attack New York's subways with poison gas.

Bahrain: No more an Island!

Bahrain used to be a collection of islands, each surrounded – obviously – by water. That virtually stopped when the King Fahad Causeway opened, and now it is further strengthened...

Ethiopia: Escaping abuse in Bahrain points to a report on an Ethiopian woman who jumped from a second floor flat in Bahrain in order to avoid continued physical abuse from her “employers”

Bahrain: First Bahraini Woman Judge Appointed

Good news from Bahrain. Mahmood writes: “Bahrain appointed a woman judge yesterday for the first time in its history, becoming the first among the Gulf States.”

The Week That Was in Bahrain

With temperatures soaring above 45 degrees Celcius, summer is hot in Bahrain. And it is getting hotter, thanks to the escalating war being waged against local telecommunications company Batelco, which...

Bahrain: Boycott ISP

In a united front, people (including bloggers) in Bahrain are expressing their annoyance on the Kingdom's ISP in a way never witnessed in Bahrain before, Silly Bahraini Girl said.

Bahrain: The Pope has Spoken

He and any other “Christians” have a lot of nerve calling out the Muslim world, while not saying a word about the illegal, immoral unjustifiable war in Iraq which has...

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