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· February, 2008

Stories about Middle East & North Africa from February, 2008

Iran:Persian Art

Israel: Ashkelon is ‘on the map’

Following the recent missile attacks on Ashkelon, many worried bloggers react, describing their experiences with terror and fear, within this deteriorating situation that seems ever more hopeless. Gilad Lotan brings...

Exchange Student ‘Starved’ in Egypt

Iranian web editor arrested for criticizing Khomeini’s grandson

Iran and Israel: foes forever or future friends?

The online video posted by the Century Foundation regarding the relations between Israel and Iran and the geopolitical forces that are behind this situation has several bloggers discussing their ideas...

Czech Republic: Czech Soldier Blogging From Iraq

Jordan: Second Slap

Saudi Diplomacy

Morocco: On Moroccan Injustice

Lebanon: Finding Leila Abu Saba

Iraq: Kissenger and the Persian Dreams

Iraq: Ben Kerishan and Wahhabism

Egypt: Facebook, Politics and Journalism

EGYPT: Muslim Brotherhood Trial Postponed

Iraq: New Crush

Egypt: Praying against Mubarak in the Metro

From an offer to give up a seat at the metro, to an impromptu protest against Egyptian President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak. Eman Abdurahman brings us the story from Egypt.

Egypt: The Difference Between France and Egypt

Iran: Islamist bloggers hail Imad Mughniyeh

Iranian leaders, including the supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, expressed their condolences to Hezbullah's chief Hassan Nasrallah, after the killing of Imad Mughniyeh, one of the militant group's top commanders,...

Egypt: Visa to Heaven

Algeria: Arabs Against Zionism

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