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· April, 2007

Stories about Israel from April, 2007

Arabeyes: On Selling a Palestinian Kidney and Changing the Israeli Flag

Do you want to know why a Palestinian wants to sell his kidney, or what had happened to the bicycle of a Lebanese blogger on September 10, 2001? What is...

Israel: Traffic in Downtown Jerusalem

Israeli blogger Izzy Bee focuses on traffic problems in downtown Jerusalem here. “Bartov has narrowed traffic lanes downtown so no ambulance or fire engine could possibly get to a medical...

Israel: Controversarial Articles

Israeli blogger Desert Peace discusses the controversy which surrounded articles he had posted on a peace solution for the Israeli-Palestinian stand-off.

Israeli-Egyptian Bloggers Meet

Yaba Yaba, an Israeli blog, updates us about a meeting between an Egyptian and an Israeli blogger here.

Egypt: Spotlight on Israel

Egyptian blogger Khaled Diab, who lives in Brussels, visits Israel and writes about his encounters here.

Israel: Picture Quiz

Israeli blogger themiddle wants you to play the guessing game this week and let us know where this picture was taken.

Egypt: Sinai Bedouins Seek Refuge in Israel

Writing at Kabobfest, blogger Hanaan reports the plight of a Sinai bedouin, who is seeking entry into Israel. “You know police brutality has reached a new low in Egypt when...

Arabeyes: Palestinian Jordanian Anyone?

Jordanian blogger Hareega is furious that people avoid discussing racism in his society. He is particularly angry about the discrimination Jordanians of Palestinian origin go through in a country he...

Israel: Keeping Faith

Jerusalem-based blogger Desert Peace spent Israel's National Day in an Arab village in Northern Israel where he met a man who has still not lost his faith in God. “I...

Palestine: Who is Azmi Bishara?

Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah sheds light on Palestinian-Israeli Azmi Bishara – the Head of the National Democratic Assembly political party in Israel, a Christian Palestinian and a citizen of Israel...

Israel: The Vatican and Terrorism

Israel-based blogger Aussie Dave discusses what he sees as The Vatican's double standards when it comes to terrorism.

Israel: The Vatican and Terrorism

Israel-based blogger Aussie Dave discusses what he sees as The Vatican's double standards when it comes to terrorism.

Israel: 59th Anniversary

Lebanese blogger Assad Abu Khalil quotes Israeli paper Haartez as saying: “An atmosphere of disappointment, despondency and anxiety prevails in Israel in its 59th year. There is no point in...

Angry Arab: Conspiring Against Al Jazeera

‘Call me conspiratorial (please do), but Aljazeera.net (Arabic) has this headline: “Olmert shows flexibility toward the Arab peace initiative.” Tomorrow on Aljazeera.net: news about Bush's promotion of freedoms in the...

Arabeyes: What Makes a Good Blog and a Good Doctor?

From discussing what makes a good blog and who is a good doctor, we move to see the reaction of a father whose son is used as a human shield...

Israel: New Proposal for Israel

“As a Torah-observant, patriotic Jew in Eretz Yisrael I long for the day on which I will be able to live in a Jewish polity which operates according to halacha,...

Egypt: Rare Visit

Egyptian blogger egYptianist posts a rare find in an Egyptian newspaper, dating back to 1913, which reads: “Egyptian Delta Railways Ltd. Helwan Line. Visit to the Israelite Cemetery. We are...

Israel: Kill Ahmadinejad

Israeli paper Yediot Ahronot published a commentary which says that Israel should not shy away from threatening to kill Iran’s Ahmadinejad, reports Egyptian-based blogger Issandr El Amrani. “I feel that...

Egypt: El Attar Guilty

Egyptian blogger Zeinobia closes the last chapter on discussions about an Egyptian-Canadian accused of spying for Israel by declaring that El Attar is guilty. “The 15 years in jail is...

Israel: On Death and Nostalgia

Tel Aviv-based blogger Yael writes about death, resurrection, nostalgia and the future in the first of a series of posts.

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