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· March, 2009

Stories about Bahrain from March, 2009

Bahrain: Lightning and Rain

Bahrain: Internet Puzzle

Bahrain: A Mother's Perspective

Bahrain: Come back to where you belong

Egypt: Free Kareem Tweets

Bahrain: Poem to all Mothers

Bahrain: Poem to Daughter

Bahrain: Reading Twilight

Bahrain: Message to Liars

Bahrain: YouTube Filtering On The Way?

Morocco: Cutting Ties With Iran

Early last week, it was reported that Rabat had chosen to sever its ties with Tehran, after a diplomatic spat between Bahrain and Iran over a statement by an Iranian...

Arab World: Culture, Culture Everywhere

Across the Gulf various cultural festivals and literary events have been taking place in recent weeks, and in this post we hear from some of the region's bloggers who have...

Arab World: Birthday Food for Thought

Several bloggers from across the Arab World are marking their birthdays online with philosophical posts, describing their lives, hopes, accomplishments and dreams. Here's a selection of posts.

Bahrain: Defence Lawyer Dismisses Rape As “Harmless Fun”

A court case involving the alleged abduction and gang rape of a woman has caught the attention of some of Bahrain's bloggers, because of the act was dismissed as harmless...

Bahrain: Traditional Children's Games

Bahrain: Unimpressed by Speedy the Desert Racer

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