Stories about Video from July, 2007
Palestinian Haitham Sabbah links to an Arabic video which posts lessons in Palestinian history 101.
Lebanese Maze, who lives in Kuwait, travelled to Jordan and shows us how people party in summer.
Child refugees in Iraq are desperate in Syria, reports Alive in Baghdad.
After two intense weeks full of sports coverage and post-tragedy debates in the media, the XV Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro has come to an end. Since its inauguration ceremony, where president Lula got booed by the crowd at the stadium, the event has inspired a passionate debate colored by political frictions in the local blogosphere. How the defection of Cuban athletes fits the plot? Read through the end of the post and find out what Brazilian blogs has to say about it.
Two American bloggers in China will be taking their blog on the road for a year starting with a trip next month, for charity, for understanding, and for your dreams.
The local government wants to build a new administration tower, 240 farmers in Jiangxi province claim, but they don't even have enough to pay us back for the land it will be built on. On July 20 the developer moved on in and the villagers got in the way.
We wanted to celebrate the Lusophony Day, as an opportunity to post about the recent launching of the Global Voices website in Portuguese. A quick googling around the keywords brought up the July 17th inspired on CPLP‘s foundation, but as we kept searching other dates appeared like the May 31st...
Bahraini emoodz posts his first vlog here.
In the wake of reports of violence in the lead-up to Jamaica's general elections, Jamaica Elections 2007 Blog links to a TV advertisement by the Electoral Office of Jamaica which states, “It's foolish to fight over elections.”
This week’s round-up from Egypt highlights bloggers’ involvement in domestic issues like the rape of an 11-year-old girl and the Egyptian Bedouins of Sinai’s dilemma in Egypt and covers bloggers’ news.
Desert Peace from Israel links to a video in which Israel forces open fire on a photojournalist from Hamas’ TV Station. Warning: GRAPHIC MATERIAL: Viewer discretion advised
In this week's round-up from Egypt, jailed blogger Karim Amer sends a letter from prison, Wael Abbas gets intimidated by security forces over the phone, a new Baha'i rights website is launched, and a belly dancing festival concludes in Cairo and more.
Eon links to a You Tube video from Marvin Hall, a Jamaican who is teaching his young countrymen robotics in an effort to empower their lives through technology.
Sue Hutton of newsBriefsOman has posted a collection of videos showing the destruction caused by the cyclone Gonu in the Omani town of Quriyat.