Stories about Bahrain from February, 2007
Bahrain: Who Created Sandwiches?
Bahraini blogger Bahraini Rants takes us into a culinary tour of the world of sandwiches, after proclaiming that they are the world's greatest invention.
Bahrain: King Vows to Protect Freedom of Speech
Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif is singing laurels to the King of Bahrain, who has promised to promote freedom of expression here. The King also urged “EVERY BODY TO STICK TO OBJECTIVITY AND HONESTY AND CHAMPION THE NATIONAL INTEREST.”
Bahrain: Learn English With Bahraini Rants
The amalgam of dithering thoughts and foolhardiness has plummeted me down a path of distress to say the least, writes Bahraini blogger Bahraini Rants in his weekly word teaser.
Bahrain: Memoirs of a Prisoner
Bahrain-based blogger Bint Battuta shares with us one of her friend's experiences – that of being imprisoned during a period of political unrest in the country in the mid-90s here. “This evening my friend S. told me about the poetry lessons he used to give when he was in prison;...
Saudi: Spring of Culture Festival in Bahrain
A Swedish blogger, who lives in Saudi Arabia, sings laurels to the Spring of Culture festival being held in neighbouring Bahrain, which is linked to Saudi Arabia by a 25km causeway. From what I gathered by reading the information booklet about these events it is basically a combo of poetry,...
Bahrain: Political Activisits Released
Two Bahraini political activists have been released, following mounting pressure from supporters and international human rights groups, says Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif.
Bahrain: Workshop on Press Freedoms
The Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights will be conducting a training workshop about Press Freedoms, the law and how it views freedoms of expression, practical demonstrations and tutorials on blogging and how to circumvent blocks to reach the content you require from March 1 to 5, announces blogger Mahmood...
Bahrain: ‘Terrorist Plot’ Sparks Cynicism
Following a controversial news report about the discovery of a ‘terrorist training camp’ in one of Bahrain's Shi'a villages, Bani Jamra, Bahrain's ‘blogfather’ Mahmood Al Yousif writes a sarcastic post proclaiming his gratitude to Bahrain's Ministry of the Interior for making Bahrain a safer place: I am ever so grateful...
Bahrain: Bush Lying About Iran
Bahraini blogger emoodz doesn't hesitate in calling Bush ‘a liar’. “I along with the rest of the world had to live through a long orchestrated buildup of propaganda and lies to rationalize a military attack on Iraq. Like it’s insistence that Iraq carried and manufactured WMDs it is now leading...
Palestine: Children's Blogging Project
Bahrain-based Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah was instrumental in making a children's blogging project see light. Read more about the project, which aims to bridge the widening gap between children in the West and East, here.
Bahrain: Duct-Taped Plane
Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif had to endure a flight from Kuwait to Bahrain in a “duct-taped” airplane. To understand what I am talking about look at this picture here.
Bahrain: Women-only Events
Bahrain-based blogger Bint Batutta attends two women-only functions in Bahrain and recalls her experiences here.
Arabisc: Bloggers Rally to Kareem's Support
Egyptian blogger Kareem Sulaiman was today (Thursday) sentenced to four years in prison for defaming Islam and Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak on his personal blog. Despite a support site, petitions and demonstrations in Bahrain, London, Stockholm, Paris, Rome, New York (twice) and Washington DC calling for his release, an Alexandria...
Bahrain: Terror Training Camp
Silly Bahraini Girl is wondering whether there is an Intifada in Bahrain, following Press reports of the discovery of a terror training camp in the kingdom.
Bahrain: Kuwait Blogging Show
Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif, along with a group of Kuwaiti bloggers, are being interviewed for a Kuwaiti television programme on Blogging in the Gulf, wrote Al Yousif.
Bahrain: Any Student Bloggers Out There?
Do you know of any student bloggers? An American teacher wrote to Bahrain-based blogger Haitham Sabbah asking for support in a project aimed to bridge the gap between the East and West.
Arabisc: Pictorial Tour of the Middle East
Fed up of all the politics in the Middle East? Me too. This week we will take a pictorial tour of the region, making stops in Qatar, Bahrain, Tunisia and Lebanon, to name a few. There are real amazing photographers out there and the scenery and mood quickly changes from...
Bahrain: Improve Your Vocabulary
Want to improve your vocabulary? Bahraini Rants has just the solution for you here.
Bahrain: The Truth About the Temple Mount Dig
Bahraini blogger eMoodz puts one and one together and digs deep to learn the truth about the Temple Mount dig in Jerusalem here.
Bahrain: Godfather's Birthday
Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif celebrates his birthday on February 23, announces Silly Bahraini Girl ahead of the celebration.
Bahrain: Qaradawi's Advice to Women.
Islamic clergyman Yousif Al Qaradawi is urging women to refrain from masterbating in this link provided by Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif.