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· December, 2007

Stories about Iraq from December, 2007

Poland: Ecology, Coal Mines, Iraq

Our Man in Gdansk comments on the coverage of Poland's ecology, coal mines and involvement in Iraq.

Iraq: Xmas for Forgiveness

Christmas brings with it a message for forgiveness in Iraq, writes IraqPundit in this post.

Iraq: No Islamic Blogs

“Anyone complaining about rising Islamist influence in Iraq hasn't seen Iraqi blogs, where the hell are the Islamic blogs?” asks Konfused Kid from Iraq.

Iraq: Special Athletes Train in Syria

Iraq's disabled athletes are getting ready for taking part in international tournaments from their training base in Syria, reports Alive in Baghdad.

Iraq: Celebrating Eid

Najma from Iraq shares with us how she celebrated Eid Al Adha in this post.

Iraq: Iraqi Refugees in Syria

Alive in Baghdad highlights the plight of Iraqi refugees in Syria in this video.

Iraq: The Suffering of Iraqis

While we have touched on the plight of Iraqi refugees in neighbouring Arab countries previously, nothing compares to the real misery they are facing away from their homes and jobs...

Iraq: In Memoriam, Ali Shafeya Al-Moussawi

It is with great sadness that I report the death of an Iraqi blogger. Ali Shafeya Al-Moussawi was a contributor to the video blog, Alive in Baghdad. He was killed...

Iraq: Moktada Al Sadr Back to School

Moktada Al Sadr is back in school. IraqPundit has more

Iraq: Alive in Baghdad Correspondent Killed

Alive in Baghdad‘s special correspondent in Iraq Ali Shafeya was killed at his home in Sadr City, announced the site, which is collecting donations for his funeral and family. Ali...

Lebanon: Who Killed Francois Hajj and Why?

Lebanon grabs the international headlines again, with another assassination. Who was killed and why? Who is blaming whom and what have the region's bloggers got to say.

Iraq: Refugees in Syria and Jordan

Iraqi Faiza Al Arji updates us on the situation of Iraqi refugees in Syria and Jordan in this post.

Iraq: Empty Classroom

Iraqi blogger Attawie walked into class expecting to sit an exam. The classroom was empty. Read why here.

Iraq: Yahoo Account Hacked

Bahraini blogger Esra'a reports that the Yahoo email account of an Iraqi human rights activist has been hacked.

Iraq: What is Going On?

Today I continue from my last post trying to make sense of the latest developments in Iraq. Is Iraq still getting safer or are there cracks appearing in the new...

Iraq: Can You Eat an Elephant?

Can an elephant be eaten? Iraq the Model sheds light on the dilemma, following the most recent crackdown on the Sunni insurgency and Al Qaeda sympathisers in Iraq.

Abu Aardvark: Sticky Tags

“It's very frustrating – I've been trying to do what several of my friends have done with their delicious tags, having an automatically generated post once a day with the...

Iraq: Bush-Maliki Agreement Interview

Iraqi blogger Raed Jarrar posts an interview conducted with him on the Bush-Al Maliki agreement here.

Iraq: Help Build Orphanages

“Ausama Idrees, a medical student in Iraq, needs help raising some funds to renovate 2 existing orphanages in Duhok, a city in northern Iraq where he currently lives,” writes Bahraini...

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