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· March, 2007

Stories about Egypt from March, 2007

22 March 2007

Egypt: Jokes Not Allowed

Egypt: Anti-Mubarak Demo in London

Egypt: US Rally Planned

Egypt: Are Hobbits Real?

Arabisc: Rebelling Bloggers from Syria to Tunisia

Ever heard of the rebellious bloggers? Well, this is what some bloggers in the Middle East refer to themselves because they are breaking the norm – speaking their minds on...

21 March 2007

Arabisc: A Mysterious Bug Gnawing at Middle Eastern Bloggers

Something is amiss on the Middle Eastern blogging scene .. and computers and modern technology are to blame. In addition to trouble with the law in their countries, which are...

Egypt: Constitutional Amendments

19 March 2007

Egypt: Arrested Bloggers Released Following Constitutional Amendment Clashes

Two Three Egyptian bloggers arrested for taking part in a rally to protest constitutional amendments in Cairo have been released , along with other protesters who have been detained for...

Egypt: Remembering King Farouk

Egypt: Meet Abu Omar

Egypt: The Burqini Question

Arabisc: A Pictorial Tour of the Middle East

When I first saw these pictures. I thought to myself sheep = New Zealand. How wrong was I! A closer look will show you that the donkey was familiar, the...

16 March 2007

Egypt: Bloggers Arrested in Anti-Government Rally

Egypt is at it again and amid little or next to no coverage in the mainstream media, its dynamic bloggers are living up to their reputation of being true citizen...

Free Kareem Action

15 March 2007

Egypt: French Demonstrate to Free Kareem

Egypt: Protestors and Bloggers Arrested

Egypt: Jailed Egyptian Blogger Kareem Wins Award

Arabisc: Egypt – The Home of Thousands of Political Prisoners

Egyptian blogger Ala'a Abdulfatah claims that there are thousands of political prisoners in his country, who are behind bars without trial. مصر فيها ألاف المعتقلين السياسيين، محدش يعرف عددهم بالظبط...

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