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· February, 2006

Stories about Iraq from February, 2006

27 February 2006

Iraq in Crisis – The Optimists Strike Back

As the crisis in Iraq rumbles on bloggers are divided on the whether there is civil war and how bad things really are. For the sake of balance here is...

25 February 2006

Update: Samarra Catastrophe

The developing situation in Iraq is moving too fast and filling more column inches than a roundup can satisfy. Here is a summary of the blog events since Thursday. It...

23 February 2006

Catastrophe in Samarra

I am devoting my Thursday post on Iraqi blogs to the bombing of the Shia Shrine in Samarra and I hope to cover the rest of the Iraqi Blogs in...

22 February 2006

Kurdistance:

Wow, another week come and gone so quickly…I guess we better get to business then. A sad week for the Kurdistan Bloggers Union as they call for an official hiatus...

Iraq: Samarra Shrine Destroyed

Arabic Blogs Dreams

The following is an abbreviated translation from some of the Arabic-language blogsphere. Some disappointment in blogging and Arab blogsphere is floating around. Here, Tarik Abu Ziad from Jordan writes; Running...

16 February 2006

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

Love is in the air this week and even hardened Iraqi bloggers go mushy at the knees on Valentines day. The cartoon controversy has been brewing with more thoughtful comments...

15 February 2006

Kurdistance:

Hello everyone! I'm finally back -and married. The winner of the “GV Kurdish Post Title” contest was Metin from Talk Turkey, and I particularily enjoy the irony that it was...

12 February 2006

Iraq: Ashurah

10 February 2006

Iraq: Riverbend Raided

9 February 2006

Iraq: Childrens Games

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

When I agreed to do this column I was thinking – “well this can't be too bad” – “there is a level amount of new stuff posted every week” –...

2 February 2006

Iraq: Election debate goes on

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

My normal Wednesday post is late this week because well….I forgot what day it was. It has been one of those weeks. Luckily, it was a quiet week in the...

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

Making todays post is like mixing a pancake – you have your eggy mess in the middle and you must whisk in the flour a bit at a time or...

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