Tag Archives: Bahrain

Will You Catch My Good Side?

The following piece was first published on 4 April 2015 on The Bahrain Debate, which I encourage you to check out. In January 2015, a strange story broke about a group of American students found living in Duraz village in Bahrain. … Continue reading

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Tamorrod: A New Era in Bahrain?

The streets of Bahrain swelled with protesters, so numerous that the security forces could not contain them with their firearms and tear gas. They poured in from every town and village and marched to the capital, Manama, where they defiantly … Continue reading

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The Hakim of Bahrain

From the Archives is a blog series about Bahrain and its history. The stories told are drawn primarily from the records, documents, correspondences kept at the British National Archives and India Office archives. This week, a smaller piece on the 1920s, … Continue reading

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Old Greybeard of Bahrain

From the Archives is a blog series about Bahrain and its history. The stories told are drawn primarily from the records, documents, correspondences kept at the British National Archives and India Office archives. This week, a smaller piece on the 1920s, … Continue reading

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Post Script & Bibliography

I didn’t intend it to be this long. I started the blog in May and just as I was getting into it, was hit by the pressure of the last weeks of university. When I was freed up, I wanted to … Continue reading

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Year of the Nationalists, Part 5: Uncomfortable Peace

From the Archives is a blog series about Bahrain and its history. The stories told are drawn primarily from the documents, notes and correspondences kept at the British National Archives and India Office archives. Part 4 of Year of the … Continue reading

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Year of the Nationalists, Part 4: The Hidden Intervention

From the Archives is a blog series about Bahrain and its history. The stories told are drawn primarily from the documents, notes and correspondences kept at the British National Archives and India Office archives. Part 3 of Year of the … Continue reading

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A Chasm without Karama

From the Archives is a blog series about Bahrain and its history. The stories told are drawn primarily from the documents, notes and correspondences kept at the British National Archives and India Office archives. * * * December 21, 1921 … Continue reading

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Foreign Affairs Committee hears witnesses on UK’s relations with Saudi and Bahrain

The sixth and final session of the Foreign Affair’s Committee’s on the UK’s relations with Saudi Arabia and Bahrain was held today. The first witness in this session was Dr Andrew Murrison MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for International Security … Continue reading

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الاستشاري البحريني الدكتور نادر دواني يروي محنته في الاعتقال: كانوا عازمين على قتلي

أجرى اللقاء: علي الجمري (يونيو 2013) في مارس 2011، واجهت البحرين أزمة في مجمع السلمانية الطبي، اذ اعتقل عشرات من الأطباء والعاملين في المستشفى الذين تعرضوا للتعذيب في أخطر أزمة إنسانية بعد اندلاع انتفاضة العام 2011. الدكتور نادر دواني هو … Continue reading

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