Why this blog?

There are many blogs and tweets and facebook sites committed to telling the Bahrain story.  So why another one?  The reason is that it comes from the perspective of having been there and watched the first part of the Arab Spring unfold in Bahrain.  Since then, the drama has become less obvious to the outside world and reporting has diminished.  But the story in Bahrain – in the city, in villages and in people’s lives continues causing ongoing pain and trauma.

This site is committed to telling Bahain’s stories and highlighting links and articles that are interesting and pertinent.


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