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· April, 2007

Stories about Digital Activism from April, 2007

Saudi Arabia: Saudi Women Bloggers

Bahrain: Multi-Cast a First!

Arabeyes: On Selling a Palestinian Kidney and Changing the Israeli Flag

Do you want to know why a Palestinian wants to sell his kidney, or what had happened to the bicycle of a Lebanese blogger on September 10, 2001? What is...

Egypt: Worldwide Free Kareem Rallies

Egypt: Sandmonkey Quits Blogging

Reunion: New Community Political Blog

Israeli-Egyptian Bloggers Meet

Egypt: Freedom of Speech Campaign

Egypt: New Bahai Blog

Hong Kong: Hollywood Star Chow Yun Fat Supports Queen's Pier Preservation

Iraq: Satirical Stats

Bahrain: Mahmood's Den Fourth Anniversary

Iraq: New Security Plan

Bahrain: Noaimi Site Up

Syrian Independence Day and Elections

Syria celebrated it's independence and Parliamentary elections with a lot of official fanfare, but very little excitement from bloggers as a reported two per cent of the constituents turned up...

Blogs and the Nigerian Elections: Will We Stop Talking About Our Cats And Shoes For One Day?

Nigeria has one of the most vibrant and dynamic blogospheres in Africa. It is no wonder that the Nigerian state and presidential elections were heavily blogged by Nigerians at home...

Iraq: Islammemo is Back

Brazil: ‘Reverse Globalization’

Japan: Toyama Kouichi calls for revolution, bloggers reflect on freedom of speech

“Registered voters! I am Toyama Kouichi. My countrymen! This country is an abomination!” So began the five minute political speech of gubernatorial candidate and street musician Toyama Kouichi, aired live...

Japan: Greenpeace's Anti Whaling Video

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