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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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Tastes like chicken!

Tastes like chicken!

2 Oct, '1013 Comments

Very appropriate isn’t it? Though I must say that KFC tastes SO good when you’re starving! Hat tip: thanks Mark!!

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This Friday: Walk, Dance, Run, Skip or Jump for Charity

This Friday: Walk, Dance, Run, Skip or Jump for Charity

29 Sep, '102 Comments

Everything is in place now for the RCA Pink Walkathon which will benefit two worthy local charities: the excellent Rotary Club of Adliya and the wonderful Think Pink Bahrain. So please do spread the word and come with your friends and family. It’s two hours of doing good that will help countless needy people and their families. Your generosity will not be missed and you will have had the required exercise for the day too!

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Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

22 Sep, '106 Comments

I’ve been to a nice seminar this afternoon at the Entrepreneurs Organisation, of which I’m a member, exploring ways to grow one’s business. The EO’s education, or “learning” program is quite good and is the one most important reason (so far) which attracted me to the group. They organise excellent seminars and workshops led by […]

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Flogging the dead horse

Flogging the dead horse

22 Sep, '104 Comments

Bahrain’s Information Affairs Authority (IAA) is to get a hi-tech overhaul to boost its edge and bring it up to international standards. [source] What? AGAIN?! Isn’t it high time to just bury the carcass and be done with it? Shall I count the number of times this particular call was made and the amount of […]

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US State Dept Censures Bahrain

US State Dept Censures Bahrain

17 Sep, '1011 Comments

Some of our illustrious press carried a doctored translation in Arabic of what the US State Department spokesman said when asked about the deteriorating security situation in Bahrain. In some of the local press, Facebooked by his majesty’s media advisor and Al-Ayam Media Empire owner Nabeel Al-Hamar.

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