· June, 2009

Stories about Bahrain from June, 2009

Bahrain: From Blogger to President

  11 June 2009

Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif has been elected as president of a local Rotary Club for 2010/2011, where he hopes to raise funds to develop community projects.

Bahrain: Bloggers Meet Set

  11 June 2009

Bahraini bloggers are invited to a local bloggers meeting being held on Saturday, June 13. Mohammed AlMaskati has details in this post.

Bahrain: Dilmun Era Relics

  8 June 2009

Urang Awak, who is based in Bahrain, visits the Bahrain National Museum and posts those photographs of headstones from the ancient Dilmun Era.

Bahrain: Photos from the Museum

  5 June 2009

Urang Awak, who is based in Bahrain, visits the Bahrain National Museum and posts those photographs of headstones from the ancient Dilmun Era.

Middle East: Bloggers React to Obama's Address

  5 June 2009

From being described as the "self-appointed world leader" to questioning his choice of speech venue to choosing to turn a deaf ear to his speech, blogs across the Middle East are reacting to US President Barack Obama's policy speech on the Middle East just delivered in Cairo, Egypt.

Bahrain: Blogging Questions

  4 June 2009

Bahraini blogger Redbelt is questioning the direction his blog is taking.”But I can't help to feel that … This blog is pointless…I have been thinking about making this an Arabic speaking blog. If this blog is to make a real impact, it should speak to the masses. Theme? I think...

Bahrain: First Tweetup Date Set

  1 June 2009

Bahrain's first Tweetup is scheduled to be held on June 6, from 4 to 6pm local time. It will be an opportunity for social networking Twitter users to meet face to face.

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