Stories about Iraq from July, 2007
Omar at Iraq the Model battles the summer heat to bring us the latest from Baghdad in this post.
Some may be surprised to hear that coverage of the Kurdish blogosphere has been appearing on Global Voices for longer than coverage of the Turkish blogospheres. Whereas the Turkish blogosphere has been expanding, the Kurdish blogosphere (at least the English language end) is slowly disappearing. Today's article will focus on the current state of Kurdish activism (as blogging can be considered as a primary element of that) and a new initiative that is designed to help extend the Kurdish voice.
I'm a professional male prostitute and a part-time drug dealer That's what I will answer if someone asks me what do I do for a living. These days that's better than being an Arabic doctor.This is what Hareega, a Jordanian doctor in the US, wrote following news about the involvement of Arab Muslim doctors in UK bombings.
Iraqi Sunshine updates us on her life in a war zone here.
Aunt Najma from Mosul, Iraq, has passed her exams with flying colours!
There is a lot on the menu in my post today. Reactions to the Iraqi bomber in London, the siege of Adhamiya, stories of exile, a little politics. And Chikitita borrowed a camera this week and took some snapshots of her daily life. I'll be dotting these around my post for added colour.
Iraqi blogger Alaa celebrated Canada Day, in his new home, with a special message: “Thank You Canada.”
Neurotic Iraqi Wife lashes out at the Iraqi doctor implicated in the UK bombings in this moving post.