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· January, 2011

Stories about Iraq from January, 2011

Iraq: A Salute to the People of Egypt

Salam Adil rounds up the Iraqi bloggers' take on the demonstrations in Egypt. Read it now before the world changes.

Iraq: “My Twitter Account was Hijacked!”

Iraqi Layla Anwar complains that her Twitter account was hacked. “This person not only hijacked my name but is selling it on Twitter and Facebook. The only follower this new...

Morocco: From the Slums of Casablanca to the Prisons of Iraq

Cabalamuse writes about the story of Moroccan “foreign fighters” in Iraq, retracing their trajectory from the slums of Casablanca to the prisons of Baghdad.

Arab World: Tears Spilled on the Break Up of Sudan

South Sudan's independence referendum and the likelihood of its separation today has hit a raw nerve with some Arab netizens. Many worry this could be the first step towards carving...

Lebanon: Iraqi refugees and Lebanese sectarianism

“If I do not wear my cross, and I speak in the Iraqi dialect, automatically people think I am Shiite, and I get the very lousy treatment…”, said Joseph, an...

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