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· June, 2007

Stories about Iraq from June, 2007

Iraq: More than Just Numbers

“A nation is not a corporation and when we deal with a nation we are dealing with a society; a mass of people with ever changing hearts and minds and...

Iraq War Profiteers

A Citizen of Mosul posts a video of why the war on Iraq is continuing here.

Iraq: Where the Heart Belongs

Iraqi blogger Alaa may have moved to Canada.. but his heart is still in Iraq.

Iraq: Helping Refugees in Jordan

Iraqi blogger Faiza Al-Arji, who lives in Jordan, writes this touching post about efforts to help Iraqi refugees in Jordan.

50,000 Iraqi Prostitutes in Syria

Wassim from Syria gives us a bird's view into the life of Iraqi prostitutes in Syria, claiming that there are around 50,000 of them in his country.

Iraq: Women's Arrests Spark Protest

Alive in Baghdad brings us a video of a protest in Adhamiya earlier this year against the arrest of Iraqi women.

Iraq: Anti-war Arguments

Iraqpundit explains what anti-war arguments on Capitol Hill mean to average Iraqis here.

Lebanon, Iraq, Palestine: “Mashreq is imploding”

Watching events in Lebanon, Iraq and Palestine (Fr), Stroobia writes, “Mashreq is imploding” (Fr).

Iraq for Sale

Konfused Iraqi Kid kicks off his reviews of documentaries on Iraq with a look at the movie Iraq For Sale.

Iraq: The Missing Link

Is there a link between Al Qaeda and Iran? Iraqi blogger Mohammed attempts to establish a link here.

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

“To light a candle is much better than cursing the darkness.”So signed off Ausama on his last video for Hometown Baghdad.Today I will concentrate my post on reactions to the...

Arabeyes: World Refugee Day – Focus on Iraq

As the world marks the World Refugee Day today, the Middle East finds itself again at the centre of a mounting humanitarian tragedy. With more than 4 million of the...

Palestine: Baghdad Orphanage Horror

Palestinian Pundit Tony draws our attention to a Baghdad orphanage horror here. “24 boys were found naked and lying on concrete floors, covered in their own excrement, flies and sores....

Iraq: Reactions to Priest's Murder

Iraqi blogger Imad Khadduri updates us on the murder of Catholic priest Father Ragheed Ganni and the reactions it generated.

Iraqi Blogger Arrives in Canada

Iraqi blogger Alaa has immigrated to Canada. “It is true that I have sadness in my heart for our poor old Iraq, but deep down I am convinced that we...

Iraq: Blame Iran for Everything

“I think that when the president of the united states counted Iran among the members of the axis of evil the description was not unjustifiably incriminating, it just came before...

Iraq: Difficult Reconciliation

Amid increasing sectarian violence in Iraq, Alive in Baghdad concludes: it's difficult to see how reconciliation between Iraqis can be possible in the short-term.

Iraq: 830 Assassinations Documented

“Over 830 assassinations have been documented, victims killed along with their families. Numbers includes: 380 university academics and doctors, 210 lawyers and judges, and 243 journalists/media workers” writes Ismail Jalili...

Iraq: Sleeping Arrangements

Iraqi Sunshine speaks fondly of how she misses sleeping in her own room and how her family now sleeps in the living room – where they have three hours of...

Iraq: Al Hakim Dead

Iraqi blogger Lady Bird announces: “Al-Zawraa TV channel (recently in Syria), broadcast a banner today [the red line in the image above] saying that Abdul Aziz Al-Hakeem [Hakim] died today...

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