Stories about Bahrain from January, 2008
Silverooo, from Bahrain, discusses what is keeping her away from her blog in this post.
Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif sheds light on his social commitments in this post.
Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif has been invited to speak at the Rand Corporation Conference, being held in Washington DC, next month.
Earlier this week the Bahraini Labour Minister Majid Al Alawi was interviewed in the pan-Arab newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat, and in the interview he said that the Gulf was facing an...
“Before moving to Bahrain I had never touched my eyebrows,” writes Bint Battuta, who has since caved in to pressure and religiously follows threaders around.
A doctor by profession, Bahraini in Alaska is appalled with the inhumane manner in which certain patients are dealt with at the main government hospital in Bahrain.
To avoid getting stuck in traffic, Bahraini blogger Ammar walks to a nearby meeting with his camera in hand.
Bahraini Mahmood Al Yousif brings us the story of Maya, whose marriage in India and conversion into Hinduism led the Bahraini authorities to confiscate her passport.
Bahraini political activist Abduljalil Al Singace reposts an open letter sent to Bahrain's King Hamad from Frontline, who express their deep concern following an attack on women during a demonstration...
Esra'a from Bahrain links to a media interview conducted with her about the conditions of migrant workers in the Gulf.
Cookie, from Bahrain, describes her neighbourhood in this post. “People park their cars everywhere like they own the street. Women have fights almost every two weeks or less OUTSIDE!” she...
From Bahrain, Abdulla Al Mannai opens his heart to his friends and invites them to embark on a new journey with him.
Bint Battuta attends Ashoora events in Bahrain, and shares some reading material about the rituals here.
A group of Bahrain bloggers have started an environmental campaign to warn of the dangers of plastic bags, writes Bint Battuta in Bahrain.
Frustration is a good catalyst for change, notes Bahraini Mahmood Al Yousif, who takes a closer look at his country's internal politics.
Marc Lynch takes a closer look at the improving relationship between Gulf Arab states and Iran in this post, despite Bush's visit to the region. The Gulf Cooperation Council is...
From Lebanon, Summer says Bahrain is freezing. She also posts a video of the country she is moving to here.
Bahraini blogger Mo comments on driving standards in the country in this post.