Author Archive for mahmood

An Arab man's attempt at bridging the cultural gap and trying to make a difference. Failing a lot. Succeeding once in a while.

rss feedFacebook Twitter Google Plus Flickrr LinkedIn YouTube

Author's Website

Palm Tree Killing Beetle

Palm Tree Killing Beetle

8 Jan, '130 Comments

Another palm in our garden is dead. Thanks to this beetle. We have to remove the “Khawajah” palm from the garden now and must get someone to come spray the rest of the palms so that they do not spread to the rest of them, or more importantly, don’t spread to the rest of the […]

Continue Reading »

My 2013 BHAG

My 2013 BHAG

31 Dec, '125 Comments

What’s your Big Hairy Audacious Goal for 2013? I’ll start: Restore Bahrain’s equilibrium through highlighting what’s good about us and by God also exposing the bad and inviting resolution and what a better future will look like for all and shall help as many SMEs to achieve sustainability and growth through good communication strategies. Now […]

Continue Reading »

Forwarding service: ad sales position open in Gulf Broadcast

Forwarding service: ad sales position open in Gulf Broadcast

26 Dec, '121 Comment

An established luxury lifestyle print magazine and website is looking for motivated, self starting and independent media sales people. Own car is required. Generous commissions. For more details, visit Gulf Broadcast.

Continue Reading »

A Letter from Arif Aldoseri to the Minister of Housing

A Letter from Arif Aldoseri to the Minister of Housing

25 Dec, '120 Comments

A video letter from a Bahraini citizen – Arif Aldoseri – to the minister of housing (in Arabic). Worth watching as it shows you what normal citizens in Bahrain are suffering from as they live in a country rich enough in resources and have many billions of US Dollars pumped into it by neighbouring countries. […]

Continue Reading »

Season’s Greetings!

Season’s Greetings!

24 Dec, '121 Comment

Wishing you the best of the season’s greetings my friends and also a fantastically peaceful, healthy, and prosperous 2013.

Continue Reading »

Back to Top