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Nasfah Halawa – ناصفة حلاوة and Ramadan Kareem

Nasfah Halawa – ناصفة حلاوة and Ramadan Kareem

21 May, '162 Comments

The Nasfah, a celebration conducted on the night of the 15th of Shaaban, is a happy occasion in Bahrain and the rest of the Muslim world. It is an occasion to celebrate the pending onset of Ramadan – which is only half a month away, and also the birthday of Imam Mahdi, the 12th apostle of Shi’a […]

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MahmoodsGarden surpasses 1,000 likes on Facebook

MahmoodsGarden surpasses 1,000 likes on Facebook

24 Aug, '140 Comments

Yes! We’ve surpassed 1,000 likes on Facebook in under a week since launch of the page! Very happy. Thank you all VERY much indeed for making this happen. Thank you for your support, I really appreciate it. I would really appreciate it if you would subscribe to the YouTube channel, just follow this link: http://YouTube.com/MahmoodsGarden […]

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It’s time to do something amazing!

It’s time to do something amazing!

23 Jan, '110 Comments

Yes it is. And what’s more amazing than helping save a life? The Rotary Club of Adliya is organising a blood giving drive tomorrow afternoon on Monday 31st January 2011 at the Blood Bank in Salmaniya Medical Complex. More information about the campaign appear here, please take the time to help. The event will start […]

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Thinking Pink!

Thinking Pink!

24 Sep, '093 Comments

I’m pretty excited about the first (of many I hope) sponsorship deal my company (Gulf Broadcast) is entering into for a very worthy cause. Gulf Broadcast has become a Platinum Sponsor of the Think Pink Bahrain, a non-profit organisation “that was founded by Ms Julie Sprakel in 2004, and provides an extra support mechanism to […]

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The Farmers Market

The Farmers Market

12 Apr, '082 Comments

The Vaandragers at the Farmers Market, originally uploaded by malyousif. A lot of people came out and enjoyed the first Farmers Market this morning on the Budaiya Highway and bought some fresh local produce and enjoyed the other handicrafts and local food stalls. I was fortunate enough to buy a couple of plants from Anne […]

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