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· September, 2007

Stories about Iraq from September, 2007

Iraq: Possible Cholera Cover Up?

Ladybird from Iraq links to a news article about a possible cholera cover up in Iraq.

Iraq: Neutral Media?

“The Washington Post curiously buries a story this morning back on page A17. Since it makes George Bush look bad, you might have thought they wouldn't have buried it quite...

Iraq: Life in a Warzone

Faiza Al-Arji from Iraq writes about an Iraq torn by warfare and strife in this post.

Iraq: Seventeen Ministries without Ministers

“The NYT has a report on the troubled government of Nouri Al Maliki. The story says that 17 ministries now are without a minister and those ministers who are left...

Iraq: Repugnant Black Water

Salam Adil discusses the reactions of Iraqi bloggers to Black Water, a private security firm, which has recently killed at least eight Iraqi civilians while driving American diplomats through the...

Iraq: Al Sadr Withdrawal

Raed Jarrar from Iraq writes about the official withdrawal of the Al-Sadr group from the United Iraqi Alliance (UIA), formed originally as the Arab Shia coalition and its implications on...

Yemen: Refuge for Iraqis and Somalis

Yemeni blogger Omar Barsawad gives us a chilling insight to how Somalis risk all to escape to Yemen in this post, which also touches on the plight of escaping Iraqis....

Iraq: Collaborator Tells All

Ladybird from Iraq writes about how an interpreter is threatening the safety of other ‘collaborators with the occupying forces.’

Iraq: Sadr Withdraws from Iraqi Government Alliance

Iraq the Model explains what the withdrawal of the Sadr movement from the Iraqi government means in this post.

Iraq: Change of Life in Hurriya

Alive in Baghdad brings us face to face with the changing face of Hurriya, a neighborhood on the western side of the Tigris was at one time a mixed neighborhood...

Iraq: Sunshine Speaks to the World

Iraqi Sunshine had her moments in the limelight when BBC allowed her to speak to the world about her thoughts. Read this post to see how she managed to overcome...

Egypt: More than a Million Killed in Iraq

A new poll suggests over one million dead in Iraq since the invasion, reports Issandr El Amrani from Egypt, who provides a link to the study.

Iraq: Ugly Situation

“It seems like things are going to be really ugly within the next few months, and casualties from all sides will increase, unless the bush administration understands there is no...

No Iraqis in Anti-war Rally

Iraq Pundit attended an anti-war rally in Washington DC but .. “I didn't see any sign of Iraqis at all, though obviously, some might have been there. I saw no...

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

With a major report to congress by America's top general in Iraq and the British withdrawal from Basra, politics is my main course for today. But there is much more...

Iraq: Accident on the Way

HNK, from Iraq, updates us on life in Iraq, passing exams, holidays in Syria and an accident they met with on their way back to Iraq.

Bahrain: An Encounter with an Iraqi Girl in Syria

Bahraini blogger One in a Million (Ar) was in Syria recently, where she met an Iraqi girl, which gave her a lot of food for thought on the conditions of...

Egypt: Algerians Protest Bombings

“Thousands of Algerians took to the streets to protest the recent suicide attacks that killed tens,” writes the Big Pharaoh from Egypt. “Very good news. I’m still dreaming of mass...

Iraq: Vacationing in Lebanon and Syria

Iraqi blogger Faiza Al-Arji posts pictures from her last vacation to Syria and Lebanon here.

Iraq: Is Islam the Solution?

Iraq the Model asks : Is Islam the solution for ending the violence in Iraq? His answer is: “(R)eality proved that political Islam is in fact the problem, not the...

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