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

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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. […]

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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.

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Agave Erection!

Agave Erection!

19 Dec, '120 Comments

Look at my Agave’s magnificent erection! This one loves the “Witch’s Cauldron” and is the best Agave I have in my collection. Unfortunately though, this erection means that after it flowers it will die 🙁 but not without first giving its viewer (and the bees) much pleasure!

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Global thinking obstructed by parliament

Global thinking obstructed by parliament

17 Dec, '123 Comments

What’s wrong with Bahrainis – be they with current jobs or jobless – seeking employment and further career advancement elsewhere in the world? A whole lot, according to those in the Bahrainis parliament: Bahrain’s ailing national carrier Gulf Air may be forced to hire 100 unemployed Bahraini pilots despite plans to slash its heacount by […]

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Guns

Guns

17 Dec, '124 Comments

When the gun debate rages in the States after the killing of 27 people, mostly children, with the prevailing view to limit guns’ availability, in Bahrain the situation seems to have been reversed, with some people not only having easy access to them, but use them to terrorise others while the normally vocal authorities on […]

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