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· April, 2006

Stories about Middle East & North Africa from April, 2006

25 April 2006

Dahab Spring Tears

Another black day! Yesterday, Egypt was having a national holiday, Sham an Nessim, just few days after the Coptic Easter, which means that many Egyptians were in Dahab as well...

24 April 2006

Yemen: The chewers of Hadhramout

Egypt: Sham an Nessim

Saudi Arabia: World Cup 2006

Lebanon: Iran Worse than Israel?

Iran:Women & Football

Bloglogue: US Dollars & Democracy in Iran!

Bloglogue’s first issue was about Iran in Media and several bloggers & non bloggers from different countries took part in discussion. Second issue is about a very hot issue: US...

Iran: Cartooning the nucelar crisis

23 April 2006

The Lebanese Bloggers last week: Remembering The War, Plus Some Kisses

April 13 marked the day of remembrance of the Lebanese Civil War. Lebanese Bloggers have pitched in to give their personal accounts of that terrible war. But before reading their...

20 April 2006

Venezuela: “Hands Off Venezuela” in Arabic

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

As a postscript to the 1970 Gil Scot Heron poem ‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised‘, There will be no highlights on the eleven o'clock news… The Revolution Will Not...

Iran: Nuclear & Safety

A Myanmar born American soldier in Iraq

19 April 2006

Iran: Yellow cake and nuclear enrichment

Manal – The bold and the beautiful Moroccan blogger

Do you remember Jyllandsposten? The newspaper that published cartoons of the prophet (PBUH)? Representatives of the paper refused to meet with the BBC, CNN or the Danish TV, but agreed...

18 April 2006

Iran's Nuclear Crisis, Persian Gulf Islands and Funds for Palestine

Permanent members of UN Security Council and Germany have come together to discuss their common action against Iran and the so-called “nuclear crisis” is a very hot issue in the...

China: Blogger suggests agenda

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