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· March, 2008

Stories about Israel from March, 2008

Brazil: March for the end of the Gaza Strip

Israel: Three New Jerusalem News Websites Launch

Israel: Yafo Residents Protest Corporate Greed

Israel: Israeli Vietnamese Poet is Rising Star

Israel: New Technology Will Improve Organ Transplants

Middle East and North Africa: Client Number Nine

Eliot Spitzer's fall from grace grabbed the headlines as soon as newsmen caught wind of the scandal. Bloggers followed closely on their heel, including those from the Middle East and...

Liquid assets: Bloggers on World Water Day

It's known as the universal solvent, Adam's Ale, government juice, council pop, H2O, dihydrogen monoxide, hydrogen hydroxide, has a ton of different names in Arabic and yesterday (March 22) the...

Egypt: A Lebanese in Egypt – From Occupation to Liberation

One day, she felt humiliated, and the next, liberated. This is the story of Layal El Katib, a Lebanese Blogger who lived in Egypt for a while, brought to us...

Israel: Shakespeare Was a Jewish Woman?

Israel: Historic Visit by German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Israel: A Joyous Celebration of Purim

The holiday of Purim celebrates the triumph of the Jewish people over those who seek and sought their destruction. Purim is a joyful holiday celebrated with costumes, festivities, good food,...

Israel: Secret Service Creates New Blog

Israel: Worldwide Virtual Solidarity Rally, March 20th

Israel: Israel or Palestine? Facebook Can't Decide

UAE: Are Israelis Brainwashed?

Israel: Killed over Parking Spot

Syria: Silence Over the “Bigger Holocaust”

On February 29th, Israel's Deputy Defense Minister Matan Vilnai warned of "a bigger Holocaust" for the Palestinians. Syrian blogger Ayman, from the Damascene Blog, compares between the world's silence to...

Iran:Islamist bloggers condemned violence in Gaza

Israel: Backyard Tour

Israel: Bedouin Youth Use IM to Bypass Cultural Prohibitions

Instant Messaging is opening new windows for a Bedouin community in South Israel, writes Gilad Lotan, who tunes into a fascinating research and brings us its findings in this post.

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