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The Conscience of Bahrain’s Environment

20 Jan, '102 Comments

Like thousands like me, us Bahrainis think that Khawla Al-Muhannadi epitomizes the conscienceless of the Bahraini environment. Through her work, columns and appearances she reminds us of the dying palm groves, the soiled sea, the suffocating mangroves and the urbanization that is threatening indigenous wildlife and their habitat.

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Bahraini Views – Abbas Mahdi Hassan – Clear Vision

Bahraini Views – Abbas Mahdi Hassan – Clear Vision

18 Jan, '100 Comments

Abbas is a fascinating person with a determined personality. He was one of the political prisoners in the 90s. He was released in ’96 with the only thing on his mind was to find a job and restart his life.

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Bahraini Views – Sayed Fadhel Shubbar – Forging Ahead

Bahraini Views – Sayed Fadhel Shubbar – Forging Ahead

17 Jan, '104 Comments

Abandoned by their father at an early age and raised by their grandmother, Sayed Fadhel and his brother worked at the Central Market gutting fish and as porters (coolies) in the weekend to eke out a living.

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Bahraini Views – Abdulla Al Mabad – Raising the Bar

19 Dec, '090 Comments

Not succumbing to frustration of having to wait for games to be brought to Bahrain and then made available at extortionist rates, Abdulla took matters into his own hands by researching the games market in Bahrain more thoroughly to take established businesses head-on. A challenge he was happy to take. He successfully gained the representation […]

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Bahraini Views – Aisha Al-Alem – Living the Moment

18 Dec, '096 Comments

Would you stick with a job that you discovered that you did not like? Would you leave the security of that job to the unknown to chase another dream? Would you stand against common wisdom to reach that dream? That’s what Aisha decided to do; she threw caution to the wind and pursued a career […]

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