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· January, 2009

Stories about Jordan from January, 2009

22 January 2009

Middle East: Boycott as a Political Weapon

Many people across the Middle East have decided to boycott Israeli and American products in response to the Israeli war on Gaza. Tarek Amr reviews what bloggers have to say...

13 January 2009

Arab World: Phoning Gaza and the Tech War on Israel

Bloggers are calling upon their readers to pick up the phone - and call the residents of Gaza to show them support. At the other end of the spectrum, Palestinian...

Arab World: “Why the Children of Gaza Don't Deserve to Die?”

As the death toll from the Israeli war on Gaza climbs, bloggers from around the Arab world share their thoughts on Palestine, Arab nationalism and why the children of Gaza...

8 January 2009

Why not in Egypt?

6 January 2009

Egypt: Give Gaza to Egypt

5 January 2009

Jordan: The Gaza Connection

As Israel continues its attack on Gaza, Jordanian bloggers move beyond condemning the violence and translate their words and feelings into action. Ebtihal Mahadeen brings us the story.

Is Facebook Censoring Information on Israel and Palestine?

As Facebook has increasingly become a platform for organizing and debate, many are finding their content disappearing. Jillian York examines complaints from Israeli and Arab bloggers in this post.

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