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· June, 2009

Stories about Bahrain from June, 2009

Bahrain: Comparing Government Efficiency In Bahrain And Japan

Bahrain: The Failure Of Education

Bahrain: What Does “Madrasah” Mean?

Bahrain: Remembering Michael

Bahrain: The Word Is Out

Bahrain: Newspaper Suspended For A Day

On Monday, 22 June, Bahrain's oldest newspaper in circulation Akhbar Al Khaleej was suspended for the day after printing an article critical of certain Iranian leaders and making reference to...

Bahrain: Should “Native Speakers” Be Given Preference?

Bahrain: A Plea For Less Drama

Bahrain: Train And Hire Bahrainis, Please

Bahrain: Female Lifeguards?

Bahrain: Making Changes

Bahrain/Tunisia: Censors of the Net

Arab World: Berkman Launches New Arab Blog Study

Bahrain: Ahmadinejad, For And Against

Bahrain has many historical and cultural links to Iran. A number of Bahrainis (both Shi'a and Sunnis) have Persian roots and speak Persian, and many of Bahrain's Shi'a community regularly...

Bahrain: Cultural Comparisons

Bahrain: Bloggers Meet

Bahrain: Equipped For Swine Flu?

Bahrain: Learning To Appreciate Bahrain

Bahrain: What Happened To Bahrain's Blogs?

Bahrain: Disappointment In Iranian Election Result

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