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· August, 2007

Stories about Bahrain from August, 2007

Vote for Bahrain

Bahraini Mahmood Al Yousif is encouraging his readers to vote for Bahrain in a business poll.

Bahrain: 36th Independence Day!

Bahrain marks its 36th day of independence from Britain, says blogger Mahmood Al Yousif.

Bahrain: Arabic Play

Bint Battuta, a British translator who lives in Bahrain, attended an Arabic play. Here‘s a description of what she enjoyed.

Bahrain: Why We Blog?

Bahraini Esra'a Al Shafei discusses why she blogs, particularly in a volatile and restricted region like the Middle East, in this post.

Bahrain: Top Tips for Secret Smokers!

Children are the future, right? Some bloggers in Bahrain are not too optimistic. We find others who are fed up of religious leaders, are enjoying watching people, and are smoking...

Bahrain: Female Attractiveness

Female attractiveness is the latest post by Bahraini blogger emoodz.

Bahrain blocks websites critical of the government

“Bahraini authorities launched a campaign against political and human rights websites, which criticize government policies”, The Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights reported today, providing a list of the blocked...

Bahrain: Illegitimate Children

Bahraini blogger Lizardo is on an on-the-job training stint - which he has to complete to earn his university degree. In this translation, he tells us some of the hard...

Bahrain: Shia Triple-Play

Mahmood Al Yousif tackles the issue of the Sunni-Shia divide in Bahrain in this post.

Arabisto: Where Arab Americans Make a Difference

Arabisto is an Arab American blog where Arab Americans make a difference. This week I speak to founder Nadia Gergis who tells us about the site, why and how it...

Bahrain: Meet the Bloggers!

Thursday 2 August saw the 31st gathering of Bahrain's bloggers, and instead of giving you a summary of blog posts this week, Ayesha Saldanha is going to introduce you to...

Bahrain: Atlas Experience 2007

Bahraini Esra'a is off to Canada, where she will be discussing whether technology can set us free at the Atlas Experience 2007.

Bahrain: New Unlimited Internet Packages Available

Mahmood Al Yousif, from Bahrain, reports that new unlimited internet packages are now available in the country.

Bahrain: Birth Dates Fuss

Bint Battuta, in Bahrain, discusses the relevance and irrelevance of birthdays in this post.

Bahrain Wins Miss Arab World Title

Bahrain won the Miss Arab World title, reports Aqoul.

Nepali Student Tells of ‘Nightmare Experience in the Gulf”

Tulsi Bhandari, a Nepali student returning from the US relates his “Nightmare Experience in the Gulf” where he was verbally abused, detained and fined in Bahrain after asking airline staff...

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