Stories about Algeria from July, 2007
Iraq and Libertarianism is the subject of Algerian blogger Nouri‘s latest post.
Algerian blogger Nouri gives us a round up of reactions to the Turkish elections here.
Algerian Nouri comments on an op-ed written by former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Zalmay Khalilzad in the Washington Post.
Algerian blogger Nouri praises his country's teams performances in the African Games here.
Nouri, from Algeria, marks the 60th anniversary of the Kalashnikov with this post.
Locked doors at a university campus, daily demonstrations on busy main roads, an article attacking Bahrain in an Iranian newspaper, Al Qaeda's attacks in North Africa and the death of cultural magazines - on and off-line - are some of the topics being discussed by bloggers writing in Arabic in Bahrain, Algeria and Jordan.
Nouri, an Algerian American blogger, discusses the 15-minute break for prayers for Muslims in schools.
The Moor Next Door, an Algerian American, comments on an article which appeared in the LA Times on mistrusting Muslims in the wake of the foiled UK bombings.
“What drives upstanding young Muslim professionals to the point of terrorism?” asks Algerian blogger Nouri.