Stories about Libya from April, 2007
Touring Libyan Blogs: more blogger meet ups, education, proud to be a Libyan and a handwriting contest.
From Libyan bloggers getting to meet each other face to face to the ugly face of the crisis of the Libyan children infected with Aids in Benghazi, the Libyan blogosphere is thriving with fresh and new ideas this week.
Egypt: Inheriting Presidencies?
Following the success of former Syrian president Hafez Al Assad of handing down power to his son Bashar, who now rules Syria, Egyptian blogger Zeinobia argues that the inheritance of presidencies is contagious in the Arab region and is spreading across Egypt, Libya and even Yemen.
Touring Libyan Blogs: Bloggers on Spring Break!
I am not sure, but I have the general feeling that the Libyan blogosphere has been a little quiet lately, except for the usual couple of blogs who regularly update. Maybe it is because of academic exams ? Or perhaps it's spring and people are tired ? Anyway the topics...
Touring Libyan Blogs:Nalut Spring festival, mountain bikes in Libya, maturity, headless a short story, abuse of maids, and true love
Another week in Libyan blogs, this week Khadijateri attended the Nalut Spring Festival, all I can say that it is incredible, the photos. the people, the adventures. I made a promise to go next year, how can anyone miss such beauty ? “Nalut is in the Nafusa Mountains and is...
Bulgaria, Libya: Celebrities for Tripoli Six
Bianca Jagger and George Michael “join a list of celebrities moved by the double tragedy: the children infected with HIV, and [Bulgarian and Palestinian] health professionals unfairly imprisoned and sentenced to death” in Libya, Declan Butler reports.
Iran: Lost in Libya
Iranian blogger The Adventures of Mr. Behi tells us how he navigated his way home in the Libyan desert by using the moon.
Touring Libyan Blogs : Chaperones Redux, Successful Women, Mother's Day and More
Libyan blogs teemed with discussions during the last couple of weeks. We are glad to know that the Chaperone for Libyan women law I mentioned two weeks ago has been scraped, possibly following voices of outrage from courageous women. Here is an update from Highlander: “Yes the General People's Committee...