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RIOT!

RIOT!

9 Dec, '098 Comments

Quick! Where do you think this took place? Duraz? Bani Jamra? Sehla? Hamad Town? Muharraq? No? Can’t guess? Well let me put your mind at ease. These were the riots which paralyzed Athens to commemorate the death of 15 year old Alexandros Grigoropoulos. Fatally shot by a police officer after a minor altercation. Once the […]

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Bahraini Views – Hamad Al-Fardan – The Road to F1

Bahraini Views – Hamad Al-Fardan – The Road to F1

19 Nov, '090 Comments

Perseverance in the face of adversity is nothing new to this true Bahraini champion, as with grabbing wins from the jaws of an extremely competitive field. Hamad talks about his experiences and where he would like to ultimately hear the Kingdom’s national anthem due to his success.

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Datura

Datura

6 Nov, '090 Comments

Datura, originally uploaded by malyousif. The first of the season! I love this plant which I grew from seed a couple of years ago. Although heavily attacked by mealy bugs and fungus this year, it survived after I heavily pruned the worst affected parts. I look forward to more of its gorgeous flowers. I’ve got […]

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Bahraini Views: Murtadha Alawai and his Determination for Excellence

Bahraini Views: Murtadha Alawai and his Determination for Excellence

6 Oct, '093 Comments

From humble beginnings in Business, Murtadha is slowly transforming Bahrain into a more beautiful place and he’s achieving some good successes.

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Vituperation

Vituperation

23 Jul, '0812 Comments

That itty bitty thing that is almost completely obscured by the Shuttle’s rudder is the archipelago of Bahrain. Not only one of the smallest kingdoms in the world, but also one of the smallest countries therein. Period. But ask any Bahraini about his country and you will be forgiven for thinking that they hail from […]

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