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· September, 2008

Stories about Middle East & North Africa from September, 2008

30 September 2008

Arabeyes: Snapshots of Eid

It's Eid today, or tomorrow. Eid Al Fitr is a celebration which marks the end of the Muslim month of Ramadhan, and here are a few reactions on the occasion...

Jordan: Hypocrisy, Freedom or Disrespect?

Jordan: Hypocrisy, Freedom or Disrespect?

Lebanon: Lyrical Internet Usage Map

Iran: Mr. Ahmadinejad in New York

While Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinjad, addressed the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday declaring that "the American empire'' and "Zionist regime" [Israel] are nearing collapse, pro-democracy Iranians and 3,000 people mobilized...

Iraq: Erbil Visit

Saudi Arabia: New Friends

Kuwait: Benefiting from the Meltdown

Bahrain: The Frappaccino Karma

Saudi Arabia: No to Fashionable Abayas

Libya: Diaspora and Difficult Times

Palestine: Why Arabs Performed Badly at the Olympics

Qatar: Time to Break Fast

Lebanon: Hommus and Tabbouli

Qatar: Children and Ramadhan

29 September 2008

Lebanon: Army Soldiers Targeted…Again

Forty five days after the first bombing of a bus transporting army soldiers in Lebanon, another bomb exploded in Tripoli today, killing at least four soldiers and wounding over 20...

Egypt: Kidnapped Tourists Freed

Nineteen people, including foreign tourists, kidnapped in Egypt 10 days ago have been freed. Egyptian bloggers react.

Lebanon: Terror strikes in Tripoli again

A remote control car bomb ripped through a military bus this morning killing four soldiers and a civilian in the northern city of Tripoli, Lebanon. Today’s bombing is the second...

Lebanon: A Blogger's Debut

Palestine: Retaining a sense of humanity in Gaza

As the situation in Gaza deteriorates from one day to the next, many are struggling not only with the enormous difficulties of daily life, but with the change in values...

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