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· March, 2008

Stories about Iraq from March, 2008

Iraq: Raed Jarrar's Interview with PBS

Iraqi blogger Raed Jarrar shares an interview conducted with him by PBS news hour.

Iraq: Security Situation in Basra

Iraq the Model discusses the security situation in Basra.

Kurds Attacked on Newroz

Kurdish blogger Goran reports on Syrian and Turkish attacks on Kurds celebrating Newroz, a traditional festivity which marks the beginning of spring.

Czech Republic: Iraqi Mini-Protest

The Czech Daily Word posts pictures and reports on a mini-protest by Iraqis that was held in Brno.

Iraq: Five long years … most of them in tears

For me the whole story of the fifth anniversary of the Iraq war can be summed up one post. One post that says nothing about the past five years but...

Iraq: Five Years of War and Deception

Moi, from My Occupied Territory, writes about the fifth anniversary of the war on Iraq in this post. “The U.S. will continue to live with this burden for years to...

Iraq at Five: The World Reacts

Today, March 19, marks five years of "Operation Iraqi Freedom." Initially a plan to oust Saddam Hussein and "end the war before it started," the war in Iraq continues to...

Egypt: Face of the Future

“If you want to know the future of humanity, don’t look someplace new. Look someplace old: someplace where dynasties and empires have risen and fallen for thousands of years, someplace...

Christians in Iraq

French-Lebanese blogger Frencheagle writes about the assassination of the Bishop of Mosul and the plight of Christians in Iraq [Fr].

Egypt: Rahho R.I.P.

“The Chaldean Catholic Archbishop of Mosul, Paulos Faraj Rahho was found dead in Mosul on Thursday. He was abducted on the 29 of February 2008, when his car was attacked...

Iraq: “It's good it wasn't a car bomb!”

What better, after a short break, than to give my audience what they really want to read - words from the street in Baghdad and Mosul. And there is no...

Lebanon: United Sunni Front

‘The spectre of Iran's nuclear ambitions and fear of a so-called “Shia revival” in the region has forced the Saudi Kingdom to reevaluate its stance on Qatar. And in turn,...

Iraq: Journalists Pay the Price

“In Iraq, journalists are always targeted by insurgents. The last sacrifice was the head of journalist union in Iraq who was assassinated in cold blood few days ago. Yet, no...

Iraq: Ahmadinejad Does Baghdad

Iraq Pundit shares his thoughts on Iranian President Mahmood Ahmadinejad's visit to his country here.

Iraq: Muslim Thoughts

Iraqi Khalid Jarrar shares the findings of a book on what Muslims really think in this post.

Iraq: Iranian Visit

Roads to Iraq rounds up some reactions to the Iranian president's visit to Iraq.

Iraq: Sewerage Problems

Sewerage problems persist in East Baghdad, according to the latest video report from Alive in Baghdad.

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