Stories about Iraq from November, 2007
The Islamic Army has issued a statement denouncing the Annapolis Peace Summit. Ladybird from Iraq posts the communique here.
Iraqi blogger Attawie updates us with what's happening in her life and how busy she is between painting and reading.
Ladybird from Iraq claims that there was an assassination attempt against two Al Hayat reporters for revealing forgery.
This week, Moroccan bloggers share their interest in issues affecting Muslim women around the world. From the treatment of gynecologists in Iraq to new workforce development initiatives in Morocco to...
Iraqi blogger Konfused Kid discusses the concepts of honour and pride in a translation of an Iraqi song.
Neurotic Iraqi Wife posts emails she has received from readers in this post.
Alive in Baghdad reports on the latest unrest in Al A'mel, following the arrest of a top Shia clergyman by US troops.
Can it really be true? Dare I say it? Iraq is actually getting safer? What with a new movement called 'Awakening' throwing Al-Qaeda out of Baghdad suburbs; Reports that violence...
Three Iraqi football players are seeking asylum in Australia, says Iraqi blogger Ladybird.
“My relatives in Baghdad welcome the security improvements in the city. They say they can see a marked difference just since September,” reports Iraq Pundit.
The beatroot writes: “Prime minister-in-waiting, Donald Tusk, has said that Polish troops – a thousand or so have been part of the what the hell-are-we-doing-there-anyway-coalition of the increasingly not-so-willing –...
Iraqpundit reports new developments in the war torn country, saying historic roads are being reopened. Among them is Baghdad's fabled Mutanabbi Street, which had been around since the Abbasids —...
Window on Eurasia writes about “the tangled history of Moscow’s involvement with the Kurds during World War II and in the last years of Stalin’s reign.”