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Mahmood Al-Yousif is a Bahraini business man who runs one of the Arab World's most popular blogs: Mahmood's Den. Known as the godfather of the blogging scene in Bahrain, Al-Yousif has inspired dozens of young people in the Persian Gulf to begin blogging.



You can access Mahmood's web site by accessing it's newly created mirror http://alyousif.tv/

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  1. Salam,

    7alagtely twice, bil wordpress migration ew missed my blog in the blogs talking about Mhamad.

    Ana 7aqed, ew 7ardan ew mansaf 3aleeh ras kharoof bekafeesh lalmosala7ah.

    Peace

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  2. Opps!

    Make that 7alagtelly once. OK bnertha be mansaf elle 3aleeh ras kharoof.

    Peace

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