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· January, 2008

Stories about Iraq from January, 2008

Iraq: Today's Toll

Iraq Today rounds up today's toll on Iraq in this post.

Iraq in the State of the Union Speech

Iraqi blogger Raed Jarrar discusses Iraq in the US State of the Union speech. ‘Last year, it was more about “we're loosing, we have to stay and fight”, this year...

Iraq: Baghdad Dentist

Iraqi blogger Salam Adil introduces us to Baghdad Dentist in this post.

Iraq: One Million Iraqis Killed in War

“One million Iraqis have been killed because of the US occupation, but US interventionists from both the “right” and “left” are still giving excuses to stay in Iraq,” notes Raed...

Iraq: Libya Sponsoring Terrorism

After Iran, Syria and others it's now Libya's turn to sponsor terrorism in Iraq, notes Omar, from Iraq the Model.

Blogger of the Week: Salam Adil

Global Voices Online kicks off a series of weekly interviews with the bloggers and cyberactivists who amplify the voices of citizen journalists in their countries on this site. Our first...

MENA: Brrrrrrrrrrrrrr…It's Freezing

Brrrr... It's freezing in the Middle East is the message that has been popping up on blogs recently. Here's a round up of what some of the region's bloggers had...

Flagging at the Iraqi Blogodrome

Iraq has a new national flag. Some people may say that flags are really not important, but for Iraq it is big deal. Every new regime has sought to cement...

Iraq: $720m a Day

Iraqi blogger Raed Jarrar posts a video which shows what could be done with the money going towards the war in Iraq – a staggering $720 million a day.

Iraq: While I was Away

Neurotic Iraq Wife is back to blogging and updates us on what we missed during her hiatus. She also comments on the Iraqi flag change towards the end of her...

Iraq: Blogging Battle

Sunshine from Iraq shares her story with a fellow blogger, she accuses of plagiarism.

Iraq: Flag Change

“The Kurds did it, the Iraqi parliament today approved a new interim design to be approved for one year with a majority of 110 out of 275, 100 MPs were...

Iraq: Another New Flag?

A proposal by the Iraqi Parliament to change the flag has started a heated debate among Iraqi bloggers this week. And there is more.. hear news from the front line...

Iraq: Two Bloggers Tie the Knot

Two Iraqi bloggers have tied the knot, reports Konfused Kid from Iraq.

Iraq: Respect Women

Hala S, an Iraqi who lives in the UK, relates an incident which made the following thought ring true: “There will be no democracy and no freedom in the Middle...

Iraq: New Flag

Iraqi Konfused Kid sheds light on discussions surrounding a new Iraqi flag.

Iran:Arab leaders follow Saddam Hussein's destiny

Fateh says[Fa] all Arab leaders in Persian Gulf follow Saddam Hussein’s destiny. The blogger says their difference with Saddam is that,thanks to their hypocrisy,they are at the same time a...

GCC-Iran Relations Improving

Marc Lynch takes a closer look at the improving relationship between Gulf Arab states and Iran in this post, despite Bush's visit to the region. The Gulf Cooperation Council is...

Iraq: Pride of Baghdad

Konfused Kid from Iraq says Pride of Baghdad is a must read.

iraq: Goldsmiths Still at Work

According to Alive in Baghdad, goldsmiths are still busy at work in the war-torn city.

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