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· November, 2010

Stories about Middle East & North Africa from November, 2010

Caucasus: Revelations & Confusion over Cablegate

As the media worldwide reveals revelation after revelation with the gradual release of over 251,000 leaked U.S. Embassy cables over the coming weeks, there were also some items of specific...

Jordan: Wikileaks’ “Cablegate” Raises Questions

The recent Wikileaks release, known as "Cablegate," featured several quotations from Jordanian officials, as well as large numbers of cables from the U.S. Embassy in Amman. Jordanian tweeters had varied...

Middle East: The Not-So-Secret US Embassy Secret Cables

While mainstream media across the Arab world gave the secret US Embassy cables released yesterday the cold shoulder, bloggers and Twitter users from the Middle East found much needed material...

Morocco: Danish journalist deported for Western Sahara fishing story

Palestine: Views on the New NATO Strategy

Iraq: Connecting the Dots

Iraq: Depressing Reading Material

Iraq: A Visit to Sumawah

Iraq: Who is Killing the Christians?

Israel: HajAhalin Tribe Speaks Out

Israel: At the Police Station

Palestine/Israel: What will you be thankful for in 2018?

Iraq: A Kidnapped Uncle

Lebanon: Remembering the Armenian Genocide

Egypt: Much Ado About the Parliamentary Elections

With the Egyptian parliamentary elections around the corner, candidates, as well as their parties, are using all the ethical and non-ethical weapons in order to win. And Egyptian bloggers, on...

Lebanon: Man Sentenced for Abusing Domestic Worker

Jordan: Reactions to a New Government

After the announcement of Jordan's new government, Jordanians react to the new ministers via Twitter and blogs.

Lebanon: Warmer than usual

Lebanon: Lebneneez Calendar 2011

Lebanon: Blogoshpere Embraces LGBT Bloggers

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