Mohammad Bahareth

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Mohammad Bahareth
(محمد باحارث born October 24, 1985) is a Saudi Author and speaker.[1] He is known for TEDx Talk about Dyslexia which he is diagnosed with, as well as the contemporary mystery novel series "Sherlock Holmes in 2012".[2][3][4]

Career[edit]

He began to write his first novel in Arabic in 2002, although he did not publish any books until 2010. He was one of the First Youtubers in Saudi Arabia to adopt social media instead of regular media.[5] Bahareth began writing articles in Medina Newspaper back in 2004 in the readers digest, he then started writing in the Makkah Newspaper.[6] Bahareth has also written for CNN Arabic and Huffington Post.[7][8][9]

Published works[edit]

  • Sherlock Holmes in 2012: Lord of Darkness Rising[10]
  • Lord of Darkness Rising
  • Count down to Doomsday[11]
  • We Hate Google: Find Out What Google Is Hiding !!![12]
  • Micronations: For Those Who Are Tired of Existing Incompetent Governments

Published Arabic Books[edit]

  • 101 Hadrami Rules of Trade, ISBN 9876030253882  Published by Sibawayh Publishing House[13]
  • 101 Act when i become a Minister , ISBN  9786030248186  Published by Sibawayh Publishing House
  • 33 Laws to live your life happy and grateful , ISBN  9786030248179  Published by Sibawayh Publishing House
  • My Law of Attraction Experience , ISBN  9786030236312  Published by Sibawayh Publishing House
  • New Policies in U.S.A. World Relations under President Donald Trump , ISBN  9786030268947  Published by Sibawayh Publishing House

Controversy[edit]

On 25 September, 2018 Ola Al-Fares was invited to the Saudi embassy in Jordan to mark the celebration of Saudi National Day, but Bahareth criticized the decision for inviting a foreign personality when it had personalities of Saudi descent.[14] The incident was widely published in the media.[15][16]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "مدير "تعليم الليث" يعتمد النقل الداخلي لـ٦٤٣ معلمًا ومعلمة". صحيفة سبق الإلكترونية (in Arabic). Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  2. ^ "محمد باحارث : مستقبل المملكة يعتمد على تحويل الشركات الصغيرة إلى شركات مليارية". مجلة رواد الأعمال (in Arabic). 2018-09-16. Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  3. ^ "'Allow youth in': Campaigners against rejecting young men at restaurants demand". Arab News. 2017-05-12. Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  4. ^ "محمد باحارث يكتب: لماذا تفشل أغلبية الشركات الناشئة في أول 18 شهراً؟". CNN Arabic (in Arabic). 2018-01-02. Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  5. ^ "باحارث يقدم أول برنامج عربي لتقنية المعلومات على الإنترنت". جريدة الرياض (in Arabic). Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  6. ^ "محمد باحارث - صحيفة مكة". makkahnewspaper.com (in Arabic). Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  7. ^ "رأي: الحشرات.. هل ستكون طعام المستقبل؟". CNN Arabic (in Arabic). 2017-09-13. Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  8. ^ "Huffington Post shuts down its Arabic news website". Arab News. 2018-04-01. Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  9. ^ Smith, Darwin; ContributorDad; Husb, Lovely (2016-11-20). "Saudi Guy makes it To Guinness World Records by Sending First Book to Moon". HuffPost. Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  10. ^ Bahareth, Mohammad (2012-10-11). Sherlock Holmes in 2012: Lord of Darkness Rising. iUniverse. ISBN 9781475905601.
  11. ^ باحارث, محمد; Bahareth, Mohammad (2018-01-01). رواية ملك المريخ: رواية قد تغيير العالم (in Arabic). Mohammad Bahareth.
  12. ^ Bahareth, Mohammad. We Hate Google: Find Out What Google Is Hiding !!!. Createspace Independent Pub. ISBN 9781466200616.
  13. ^ Bahareth, Mohammad; باحارث, محمد (2019-02-01). 101 Hadrami Laws of Trade: Secret Laws Revealed for the first time !. Mohammad Bahareth. ISBN 9781798213155.
  14. ^ "علا الفارس في مرمى هجوم السعوديين مرة أخرى.. ماذا فعلت هذه المرة؟". دنيا الوطن (in Arabic). Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  15. ^ نيوز, إرم (2018-09-24). "سعوديون غاضبون من تكريم علا الفارس بحفل سفارتهم في الأردن (فيديو وصور)". إرم نيوز‬‎ (in Arabic). Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  16. ^ "بالصور .. علا الفارس في مرمى هجوم السعوديين مرة أخرى .. ماذا فعلت هذه المرة؟ | فن عربي | وكالة أنباء سرايا الإخبارية - حرية سقفها السماء". www.sarayanews.com (in Arabic). Retrieved 2019-06-20.