Stories about Libya from July, 2007
Touring Libyan Blogs: Health Sector, Old Ladies, Confrontating a Racist Bully, Globetrotting and Another Libyan Writer
The case of the Bulgarian nurses (and the Palestinian doctor) is already fading into history - while speculation rages if they have been bought off, whether they were guilty or not, if they were hostage to a political settlement in the New World Order or who is it exactly that defused the situation? One thing is sure on this side of the world is that their innocence or the lack of it has not been proven 100 per cent. However, in the interest of self preservation Libyans are moving on, writes Fozia Mohamed.
Highlander from Libya is enraged that while there is a helpline for Harry Potter fans, Iraqi children are left alone to deal with the atrocities and horrors of war.
Libyan women are a cut above, with the top 43 graduates from high school being girls. However, some bloggers argue that their place is still in the home. In other developments, blogging is making its way to students, mobile phones are a must have, and Libyans have got the hang of making missed calls, for others with credits on their phones to call them back.
“Can someone please tell me why they leave manholes open and uncovered all over the place in Libya?” inquires Khadija Teri, from Libya.
Declan Butler reports on the Tripoli Six case: “…so far the endgame script in this tragic case is playing out as predicted.” There's still some hope, though.
A. Adam from Libya checks his blogging addiction here.
The French Cultural Institute in downtown Tripoli is drumming up its efforts while the US Embassy is interviewing Libyans born in the US and who are applying for their American passports at a coffee shop, according to the latest Libyan blog review by Fozia Mohamed.