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Amira Al Hussaini · February, 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 February, 2008

Egypt: Free Khaled Hamza

Blogger of the Week: Nicholas Laughlin

Today's Blogger of the Week is Nicholas Laughlin - an author, editor, art enthusiast, activist and "occasional" blogger, who has dreams bigger than life for his hometown in Port of...

Kuwait: Power and No Style

Egypt: Informer Kills Officer

Egypt: Monopoly on Backwardness

Israel: Palestine and Kosovo

Egypt: 150 Muslim Brotherhood Members in the Dock

Egypt: Code of Ethics for Arab Satellite Channels

Palestine in the Aftermath of Kosovo

Lebanon: US Embassy in Serbia on Fire

Middle East: Wishing Kosovo all the Best!

Bloggers and some politicians in the Middle East were quick to draw parallels between Kosovo's independence from Serbia and the Palestine Question. Following the news from the Balkans, here's a...

Jordan: Wikipedia and Prophet Muhammad

Another storm is brewing in the Arab world regarding the depiction of Prophet Muhammed in drawings after Wikipedia refused the demands of more than 180,000 people who called for the...

Lebanon: Danish Cartoons Again

Turkey: Hijab Ban Lifted

Kuwait: Largest Chili's in the World

Tunisia: New Wind Farms Soon

Egypt: Three Years Blogging

Jordan: Linux Disaster

Jordan: Country in Denial

Jordan: Baby on Board Stickers

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