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Amira Al Hussaini · October, 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 October, 2009

Bahrain: T-shirt wanted

Algeria: Poor News Coverage

Saudi Arabia: Where Plagiarism is a Crime

Saudi bloggers are rallying to the support of a fellow blogger who claims that a newspaper had lifted photographs and copy from his blog without permission.

Lebanon: 2nd Arab Blogger Meeting Planned

Lebanon: Right to Left

Jordan: Arab Crunch Arabic Edition Out

Egypt: Coptic history wanted

Qatar: Al Jazeera Blogs

Arab-American Blogger Leila Abu-Saba Mourned

Lebanese-American blogger Leila Abu-Saba has died after a long battle with cancer. Bloggers who have interacted with her over the years recall her merits and endless quest for peace.

Iraq: What Peace from Obama?

Turkey: Obama ‘must show deeds’

Israel: A Consolation Prize for Obama

Syria: Obama honoured “for not being Bush”

Saudi Arabia: Housework for Men?

Egypt: Nobel Prize for Hope

MENA: Where is Obama's Peace?

He's done it again and this time he has won the Nobel Peace Prize, much to everyone's surprise - including his own. US President Barack Obama's prize has sparked a...

Saudi Arabia: To coed or not to coed

Syria: Angelina Jolie visits Iraqi Refugees

Jordan: The picture of a terrorist

Jordan: Arabic TV Shows for Children

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