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· August, 2006

Stories about Iraq from August, 2006

Kurdistance…

30 August 2006

The most horrible of things has just happened to me….my RSS feed for the Kurdish blogs, well for lack of a better term..hiccupped…and all of my feeds are gone. So in dealing with this crisis, today's post probably will leave a few people out. Thankfully all of my work is...

Kurdistance: Three Week Update

16 August 2006

After a brief hiatus, I'm back and clicking away…three weeks have passed and we have a lot to cover…. At the end of July it was announced that Bayan Sami Abdul Rahman would be doing a promotional tour of the US and Europe to talk about The Other Iraq- Iraqi...

Flying Over the Iraqi Blogodrome

11 August 2006

I am holiday and in a flat with no Internet and no telephone. Yet I still get that urge that keeps drawing me back to the Internet café. My one-hour a day fix to feed my blogging habit. And the Iraqi bloggers are keeping me hooked. Hacked After an anonymous...

Iraq: Chavez is an Arab patriot

7 August 2006

LadyBird says that Hugo Chavez proved to be more Arab patriot than all the Arab presidents combined together. She posts links to his interview with Al Jazeera.

Flying Over the Iraqi Blogodrome

5 August 2006

I'm on holiday – posting from a smoky Internet Café in Turkey – so only time for a small sliver of the Iraqi blogs this week. There are two that really stood out and make essential reading. Both are from the same kind of person, secular, middle-class, Westernized, Iraqi. Both...

Iraq: War Is Terrorism With a Bigger Budget

1 August 2006

Ladybird believes that the controlled media lies about the Israeli aggression in Lebanon are similar to its propaganda about the terror attacks of 9-11. In both cases the gross deception foisted upon the public caused widespread misunderstanding of the facts and the identity of the guilty party.

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