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· September, 2005

Stories about Iraq from September, 2005

The Kurdish Blogosphere-Identities of Silence

  29 September 2005

Recently on the Iraqi Bloggers Central an epic seven part update on the Kurdish/Iraqi blogs was written. While the summary was excellent (and a highly recommended read!) it also begs the question why were the Kurdish blogs and the Iraqi blogs linked together? It all comes down to the issue...

Iraq: Referendum

  28 September 2005

Omar asks, because Iraqi intellectuals, artists and writers have taken it upon themselves to monitor the referendum, no one wants to come from outside?

Iraq: American Policy in Iraq

  22 September 2005

Is the coalition against Iraq weakening? LB of Baghdad Dweller is saying that she could never imagine that the biggest American Allie in the M.E. (Saudi Arabia) could criticize the US and it’s policy in Iraq.

Welcome to the Kurdish Blogosphere-Revisited

  21 September 2005

Welcome to our second installment of the introduction to the Kurdish Blogosphere; where we will discuss the various types of blogs. Cultural Kurdish culture isn't easy to define as it varies from region to region, but it can be said that the heart of Kurdish Culture lies within the land...

Iraq: Freedom of Speech

  15 September 2005

Sami of An Iraqi's Thoughts says that now Iraqis have freedom of speech, they are abusing it and sadly instead of pushing towards changing the country, they instead try and build bridges between themselves.

Welcome to the Kurdish Blogosphere

  14 September 2005

The subject of Kurdistan (be it in a political or idealist setting) has always been a controversial one. While no political entity of Kurdistan exists, the topic of establishing a homeland for the Kurds (the largest single ethnic group in the world without their own state) is still a primary...

Seven People on Hunger Strike Against Censorship Since 1 September!

  8 September 2005

On September 1st, the Committees Free Iraq Italy, Italian base of the international coalition organizing the international conference “Leave Iraq in Peace – Support the Legitimate Resistance of the Iraqi People” have initiated a hunger strike with a permanent protest rally in front of the Italian Foreign Ministry in Rome....

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