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Amira Al Hussaini · April, 2013

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 April, 2013

Saudi-American View on Boston Bombings

Arabic Hashtag Trending Worldwide on Twitter

Astronaut Tweets Breathtaking Pictures of the Middle East from Space

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, currently in space aboard the International Space Station, is sharing pictures of breath-taking views from around the world on Twitter. Here are a few shots he...

Egypt's Jewish Community Leader Laid to Rest

Saudis Condemn Boston Marathon Bombings

Saudi Arabia's First Female Lawyer?

Muslims Mourn Boston Marathon Victims

Give the Egyptian President a Bath!

Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi has left a stench – on Twitter. Blogger and activist Nawara Negm started the hash tag #حموا_الرئيس [ar], which translates to “Give the President a Bath,...

Saudi Account of Boston Marathon Bombings

Iran Quake Aftershocks Reach Qatar, Bahrain

Protesting Electricity and Water Cuts in Yemen

Syria: Tweeting from the Frontline in Aleppo

Journalist Jenan Moussa is back in Aleppo, Syria, tweeting her experiences as the war between pro- and anti-government forces intensifies. Moussa's tweets are raw and personal, giving readers a snippet...

65 Years After the Deir Yassin Massacre

Bahrain Anti-Government Protests for Equality

Yemen Court Summons Investigative Reporter

Egyptian Comedian Accused of Pakistan Insult

North Korea Nuclear Threats Draw Arab Laughs

North Korea's threats to attack US military bases, including those on the American mainland, drew laughs from a number of Arab netizens.

India: A Different Take on Syria

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