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Amira Al Hussaini · July, 2008

Former news editor of an English language daily in Bahrain. Journalist. Columnist. Blogger. Educated and raised in Bahrain. Interests include writing, the arts and human rights.

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Latest posts by Amira Al Hussaini from July, 2008

Saudi Arabia: Is Divorce an Easy Word?

With divorce rates soaring to an all new high in Saudi Arabia, Saudi blogger 3abira Sabeel [Ar] asks: “Has divorce become such an easy word?” Amira Al Hussaini translates 3abira's...

Lebanon: Israel Lies about Killing Children

Lebanon: Syria and Israel

Lebanon: On Hizbullah and Hamas

Libya: Beautiful Oasis

Arabeyes: Head Over Heels for Muhannad

A strange phenomenon has gripped the Arab world and Arabs seem to agree on something. It is an infatuation with a Turkish soap opera, dubbed in Arabic, and its stunning...

Bahrain: A Woman in a Workplace

Iraq: Thousands of Visitors

Egypt: Better Way to Die

Egypt: Activists released, then detained

Bahrain: Growing Pomegranates

Turkey: Disgusting Bombings

Turkey: First Gay Honour Killing Victim

Egypt: Radio 6 April Launched

Tunisia: $107 Billion Telecoms Industry

Jordan: Violence at Universities

Israel: Kuntar, Up Close and Personal

Saudi Arabia: 5,000 Saudis in Dubai

Egypt: Facebook Activists Arrested

Syria: Proud to be Backward and an Extremist

Syrian blog Mohammed Online [Ar] posts six pieces of advice on how to become “backward” and an “extremist.” He also goes on to tell us why he would be proud...

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