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· March, 2007

Stories about Iraq from March, 2007

Iraq: Resistance Operations

Iraqi blogger Lady Bird posts a graph which claims to list operations being conducted by Iraqi resistance forces in her country. They are: 1- Defense against attacks; 2- Conducting God’s...

Jordan: Iraqi Blogger Back Home

Jordan-based Iraqi blogger Confused Iraqi Kid, who ran away from home after a scuffle with his father yesterday and endured the night sleeping on the floor in an Internet cafe,...

Iraq: What Arab Leaders Should Say

Iraqi blogger Lady Bird claims that the US dictates on Arab leaders what to say in their closing communique released at the end of their Summits.

Tunisphere: March 20, Mayans and Arabs.

March 20 is normally the day when my fellow citizens celebrate our independence day (3/20/1956). But it also happens to be the celebration of the fourth year of Iraq invasion...

Jordan: Iraqi Refugees

Iraqi blogger Konfused Kid, who lives in Jordan, shares with us a day of his life here. He also shows us how Iraqi refugees are faring in nearby Jordan.

Iraq: Homes Destroyed

Iraqi blogger Lady Bird links to a video allegedly claiming that US forces demolished Iraqi homes here. “Last Friday US occupation forces destroyed civilians houses in Raghba-Katoon -Ahdamiya neighborhood. I...

Iraq: Debaathification?

Iraqi blogger Ibn_Alrafidain lets us in on his take on the debaathification of Iraq here. “The US administration and its Iraqi allies seem to have dissimilar approaches to the de-baathification...

Iraq: Under Islamic Law?

Iraqi blogger Omar, who writes in award winning blog Iraq The Model, writes about the future of an Islamic state in Iraq. “In fact the correlation between the two main...

Iraqi: Don't Move..or I Will Shoot!

Iraqi blogger Ladybird links to a video showing “US soldiers shooting on every thing that moves including civilians.”

Poland: Anti-Abortion; Iraq War

The beatroot writes about Poland's anti-abortion politicians (21 comments so far) and the country's involvement in Iraq (70 comments!).

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

I cannot believe it has been four years since the Iraq war started. Has it ended? I don't know but it feels more like an a lifetime has passed. In...

Kurdistance: Newroz

The vernal equinox marks the beginning of Spring in the Northern Hemisphere and the beginning of the “New Year” or Newroz for the Kurdish people. The holiday is not limited...

Lebanon: For Peace in Iraq

Lebanese blogger Lila, who currently lives in Montreal, Canada, pledges her support to One Million Blogs for Peace – To End the Iraq War.

Lebanon: Pessimistic Iraqis

“Iraqis are becoming increasingly pessimistic about the future of their country and unhappy about their lives, a survey suggests.” And this: “Only 18% said they had confidence in US and...

Iraq: Lost in Translation

Issandr El Amrani, writing in The Arabist, links to a story about the recruitment of someone who barely spoke Arabic to work as a translator in Iraq. “Yet another story...

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

Today's post is on daily life in Iraq. Read moments in the life of an Iraqi blogger, find out the real difference between boys and girls, and learn of the...

Bahrain: The Story of a US Deserter

Bahrain-based Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah links to a story detailing the struggle a US soldier, drafted to Iraq, went through before deserting the army and seeking refugee status with his...

Iraqi: Saddam Trial Judge Flees

“Iraqi Judge who issued the death sentence of Saddam “Rauf Abdul Rahman” fled Iraq to London and asked for asylum. Rauf came to London mid-December with a tourist visa accompanied...

Iraq: Will the Baghdad Conference Fulfil Iraq's Aspirations?

Iraqi blogger Mohammed is wondering whether tomorrow's Baghdad Conference will be a “positive contribution to stability in Iraq and to building better relationships with the neighbors and the international community?”...

Iraq: Fooled by the Government

“We're being fooled by the government.. We know it, and we do nothing about it,” writes Iraqi blogger Aunt Najma here. She then took us with her on a class...

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