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· November, 2005

Stories about Iraq from November, 2005

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

This week was fairly quiet in the Kurdish Blogosphere compared to week's past. Many Kurds have been focused on the upcoming/ongoing trial of Saddam Hussein. One such blogger, Kurdo from...

Iraq: Hostages

Three of the four Christian Peacemaker Team (CPT) hostages in Iraq of whom a video was released today have been in Palestine working as Palestinian Solidarity activists, International Solidarity Movement...

Iraq: Killing for fun

Khaled lives close to one of the site that appeared on the video, which show security guards in Baghdad randomly shooting Iraqi civilians. The video has sparked investigations after it...

Iraq: Hospital Tragedy

Mama – the Dentist from Mosul, Iraq, describes Al ammonia Hospital tragedy.

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

Iraqi Election Madness! As Iraq prepares for the December 15th parlimentary elections, the Kurdish bloggers are preparing as well. Vahal Abdulrahman from Dear Baghdad announced the formation of a new...

Iraq: Cairo conference

Mohammed thinks that the Iraqi parties had originally joined the meeting to show that they’re not against a national reconciliation or against what can solve the crisis in Iraq. However,...

Iraq: When Should US Army leave?

Hassan explains why he believes that Iraqis are not interested to discuss ‘When US Army is leaving Iraq’. Instead, he says that Iraqis are more interested in the coming elections...

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

New this week…. Kurdo from Kurdo's World was interviewed by The Kurdistani, a Kurdish news agency posting out of the United Kingdom. Kurdo's World is considered as the first Kurdish...

Iraq: The Equation Elections

Omar says: “Math wasn’t my favorite class in school but I do remember one thing for sure that is inorder to solve any equation it has to contain a number...

Iraq: Appeal from “Doctors for Iraq”

LadyBird of Baghdad Dweller says: “The only hospital in the city is desperately lacking medicines and has requested for basic medicines and surgical equipment to be delivered to the hospital...

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

Well it has been a busy week in the Kurdish Blogosphere. Perhaps the most startling is the infighting between the members of the group blog the Kurdistan Bloggers Union. Having...

Iraq: Fallujah Massacre and Chemical Weapons

LadyBird of Baghdad Dweller, Nur al-Cubicle, thecutter of PeacePalestine and Sabbah, all write about the breaking news of the proof that the U.S. troops used Chemical Weapons in Iraq. The...

Iraq: Arab Media

Alaa shed some light on the situation of the Arab Media, who are playing an important and direct role, especially in influencing the peoples and events in the region including...

Iraq: Definitions

Know the definition of Terrorism, Fascism, Dictator, Liberate, Politic, Crusade, Impose and Order? LadyBird sheds some light.

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

New in Kurdish cyberspace is the announcement of a new Kurdish news agency called Firat News, while there is some critism from some Kurds, as it is currently published in...

Iraq: Transparency

Raed Jarrar wondering, so, making the ballot boxes out of glass makes democracy more transparent in the Middle East!

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