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· November, 2005

Stories about Middle East & North Africa from November, 2005

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

This week was fairly quiet in the Kurdish Blogosphere compared to week's past. Many Kurds have been focused on the upcoming/ongoing trial of Saddam Hussein. One such blogger, Kurdo from...

Jordan: Takfiri Culture

Bahrain: Street Boiling

Morocco: Free Press

Iraq: Hostages

United Arab Emirates: Mute Maids

Saudi Arabia: Double Win

Iran: Against Aids

Palestine: A Palestinian Podcast

Palestine: Mourning the Olive

Jordan: 60 events in memory of victims

Palestine: Gaza For Jerusalem?

Israeli: Writing about the human condition

Iranian Blogs: Unrest in University, Ahmadinejad in UN

Government chose a cleric and university Professor, Ayatollah Amid Zanjani, as chancellor of Tehran University. There are many questions and concerns about his education and conservative political background. Fanous (...

Iraq: Killing for fun

Bahrain: Propagating Hate?

Egypt: Source of Dictatorship

United Arab Emirates: Flickr in UAE

This Week in Palestinian Blogs: Ending Occupation is What Really Matters to US

Rafah border was opened on the 25th of Nov, congratulations to all Palestinians! On Rafah crossing, Rafah Pundits say the agreement reached between Palestinian and Israeli authorities state that Israel...

Welcome To The Lebanese Blogosphere

Yesterday, Anton Efendi from Across the Bay, posted this picture: It shows the Prime Minister planting a fatherly kiss on May Chidiac's forehead. May Chidiac is the Journalist who lost...

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