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· February, 2007

Stories about Israel from February, 2007

Egypt: Mossad Spy Update

Egyptian blogger Zeinobia continues to follow news on an Egyptian-Canadian accused of spying for the Mossad here. “He wasn't spying for Israel despite the fact that he went to the...

Israel: Christians at the End of the Tunnel?

Israel-based blogger Anglosaxy posts an interesting photograph here, which he has aptly captioned: Christians at the End of the Tunnel.

Palestine: 13th Anniversary of the Al Ibrahimi Mosque Massacre

Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah marks the 13th anniversary of the “first of three massacres perpetrated by Israeli settlers accompanied by the Israeli Army. There were more than 30 martyrs and...

Syrian Blogsphere: Free Kareem, Towards a Democratic Syria, Arabism and More

The Syrian blogsphere reacted to the news about the sentencing of Egyptian blogger Kareem Nabil Sulaiman with disgust. Abu Kareem from Levantine Dreamhouse wrote… The language of the charges is...

Israel: Equality at Western Wall?

Israeli blogger Rahel literally shows us where women stand at free bar mitzvah services at the Western Wall, offered by the Western Wall Heritage Foundation, here. “The Western Wall Heritage...

Israel: Who's Next?

Today it is Abdel Karim – tomorrow it could be you!, warns Israeli blogger SnoopyTheGoon. “This is another case when an oppressive regime takes a petty revenge on a blogger....

Israel: A Predictable Misunderstanding

Israeli Blogger, from Thoughts from Israel, describes the latest escalation between the Arabs and Israelis over Al Aqsa as a “predictable misunderstanding.” “And so, once again, a stupid and inconsiderate...

Israel: Dimona Virtual Tour

Israeli blog One Jerusalem gives us a virtual tour of Israel's nuclear plant in Dimona here.

Palestine: Call for US Representatives

The Madison-Rafah Journal posts a petition calling upon Americans to tell their representatives that they “find it outrageous that the US is threatening to boycott the Palestinians on the basis...

Israel: Did You Know..

Israeli blogger Yael K gives us interesting information tidbits here, including how Hebrew was a required language at all American universities as the “Puritans who settled the U.S. saw themselves...

Israel: Anglosaxy's Job Trouble

Israel-based blogger Anglosaxy continues to battle it out with his boss (who apparently is trying to push him out of a job) here. He even found an advert for his...

Egypt: Military Tribunal for Policeman

An Egyptian policeman has been referred to a military court because he refused to guard the Israeli embassy in Cairo, writes Issandr El Amrani in The Arabist.

Egypt: Spy Update

Egyptian blogger Zeinobia has updates on the Egyptian-Mossad spy here.

Bahrain: The Truth About the Temple Mount Dig

Bahraini blogger eMoodz puts one and one together and digs deep to learn the truth about the Temple Mount dig in Jerusalem here.

Palestine: Weekend Roundup

Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah gives us a brief round up of happenings on the Palestinian-Israeli front this week here.

The Arabist: Israel Sullying Middle Easterners’ Image in US

The Arabist highlights what it describes as the “latest Israel Lobby initiative to sully the image of Middle Easterners” in the US here.

Israel: Where are the WMDs?

Israeli blogger Desert Peace tackles new US accusations that Iran is supplying Iraq with weapons here.

War on Israeli Flowers

Adloyada reports on a war on Israeli flowers in the UK. ‘Yes, that's the word from the spokesperson from Britain's Boycott Israeli Goods Campaign, justifying his group's publicity stunt for...

Israel: Apartheid Promoter Jimmy Carter

Israeli blogger Sultan Knish trashes Jimmy Carter for visiting Sudan here. “Jimmy Carter, freelance moral ambassador to the world, vociferous critic of any free country trying to protect itself from...

Israel: Palestinian Officials Pilgrimage

Aussie Dave at Israellycool ridicules Palestinian officials performing the Muslim pilgrimage rituals here.

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