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· December, 2009

Stories about Iraq from December, 2009

Iraq: Arabs, Coffee, and Resistance

Iraqi Mojo, connects the dots between calls to boycott Starbucks, calls to resist the Iraqi government, and the size of foreign troops in countries that send the largest number of...

Israel: Reflections on Patience

Savta Dotty reflects on savlanut, the Hebrew word for “patience” and how her view of it changed over her lifetime.

Iraq: Iraqi Prisons and Iraqis

Iraqi Layla Anwar is “overwhelmed with sadness.” Click here to find out why.

Iraq: A Business Perspective

Iraqi Pundit notes: “There are so many different ways to explain Iraq. But whichever explanation makes the most sense, it must include oil.”

Iraq: Smelling Danger

Alaa, The Mesopotamian, from Iraq, smells danger in the air. “Nowadays, I have this premonition of danger. I am compelled to spell out my fears,” he writes.

Iraq: An Iraqi Prayer

Writing at Mideast Youth, Iraqi Wamith Al-Kassab says: “After the last explosions in Baghdad on the 8th of December where two cars exploded in Baghdad and killed more than 127...

Tweets from Beirut: Day Two of the Arab Bloggers Workshop

The second day of the Arab Bloggers Workshop kicked off with a presentation about Herdict Web, a site which uses crowdsourcing to gather reports of Internet filtering from users around...

Arab Bloggers Workshop: Twitter Reflections on Day One

As the first day of the Second Annual Arab Bloggers Workshop comes to a close, we'll take a look at participants’ reflections from the whole day, to find out what...

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