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· November, 2005

Stories about Middle East & North Africa from November, 2005

27 November 2005

Iran:EarthQuake

(November 27 14:30 Brussels Time):According to BBC Several dead in south Iran quake :A powerful earthquake has hit southern Iran, damaging several villages and killing at least five people and...

Iran: Church & Blog

26 November 2005

Iran: Women & Violence

Iran: Blogger Escaped Iran

This week in Israel: a “political earthquake” and lots of fun stuff – not just politics

This week, much of the Israeli blogosphere is in a tizzy over what the media lost no time in dubbing a “political earthquake”: Ariel Sharon has left the hawkish Likud...

Turkey is Typing…..

Welcome to the week that was in the Turkish Blogosphere…. Both Metroblogging:Istanbul and Turkish Torque reported this week about the new Picasso in Istanbul exhibit at the Sakip Sabanci Museum...

From the Jordanian Blogosphere

Jordan: A New Government in the Making The newly appointed Prime Minster has been announced, being Marouf Bakhit. Naseem Tarawneh thinks that this might help the path to reform. Khalaf...

25 November 2005

Palestine: Vanunu is Terrorist?

Palestine: Human Rights Observer Arrest

Thuggery is the solution

The second stage of Egpytian elections were marked by violence and wide spread irregularities. Officially one died during the first run of the elections and several wounded. But opposition newspapers...

Morocco: Tunnel

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

The 8th Tunisian blogger meetup was held last Friday with international guests Rebecca MacKinnon, Jeff Ooi, Mite Nishio and Isam Bayazidi. A lot of blogs followed here, here, here, here...

Israel: No Leaders?

Iraq: Hospital Tragedy

24 November 2005

Jordan: e-Thesis on e-Journalism

Iran: Interview with Leos Carax

Iran: Save Pasargad

Don’t Bomb Us – A blog by Al Jazeera Staffers

I've just got a tip from a staff member at Al Jazeera that they have just started a blog. Don’t Bomb Us – A blog by Al Jazeera Staffers is...

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