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Amira Al Hussaini · May, 2009

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 May, 2009

Jordan: Twittering Queen and Undercover King

Jordan: King Goes Undercover

Palestine: Remembering Al Nakba

Syria: How to make stuffed zucchini

Saudi Arabia: Beheadings in the Kingdom

Jordan: The Pope's Visit to the Middle East

Saudi Arabia: Tweetup Planned for June 4

Bahrain: Activism Widget Generator Launched

Saudi Arabia: Why domestic violence will continue?

Yemen: A visit to Tarim

Kuwait: On Angels and Demons

Morocco: The Secret to Making Mint Tea

Bahrain: Message to Greedy Dealers: Let them Rust

Jordan: Calling a Spade a Spade in War on Child Abuse

Egypt: Stop the Culling of Pigs Petition Launched

Saudi Arabia: Municipal Elections Put off for Two Years

Bahrain: Shameless Cruelty to Animals

Saudi Arabia: Will Swine Flu Threaten Hajj?

Every year millions of Muslims converge to Mecca to perform Hajj (pilgrimage), one of the five pillars of Islam. Is this year's Hajj season being threatened by the A/H1N1 or...

MENA: Does Swine Flu Spread from Touching Pigs?

More than 14 centuries after Islam prohibited the consumption of pork, pigs are once again making headlines across the Arab world - this time in the form of tweets. Here's...

Arab World Reacts to Jordan's Twittering Queen Rania

After her debut on YouTube, Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan is now courting microblogging service Twitter, allowing the world to catch up with the 140-character messages of the self-described...

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