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· December, 2006

Stories about Middle East & North Africa from December, 2006

18 December 2006

Algeria, France: Zidane's Visit to Algeria

Libya, Bulgaria, U.S.: Tripoli Six Verdict Due Next Tuesday

The Saudis are Still Talking

In this week's roundup: Human Rights Watch's recent visit to Saudi Arabia, a recent poll showing Saudi Arabia to be the fifth least corrupt country in the world, Turki Al-Faisal's...

16 December 2006

A First Round-Up of the Sudanese Blogosphere

Today in the Sudanese blogosphere, we notice a variety of opinions on different topics. Black Kush from South Sudan has 2 posts entitled “How Egypt is woeing South Sudan” where...

12 December 2006

Iran:Student Protest Movement in 35 Photos

Lebanon: Demonstrations, Demonstrations

A series of anti-government or opposition and pro-government protests and demonstrations are literally taking the country by storm. Lebanese bloggers are, as expected, expressing their positions, whether pro, con or...

11 December 2006

Poland: Iraq Exit Strategy

Iran:Students disrupted Ahmadinejad's Speech

Egypt: Suiciders on the street

Israel: A multi-interfaith-feast next week

Palestine: Divide and Rule

Yemen: Arranged Marriage to Counter Terrorism

Lebanon: Possible Breakthrough!

Arabisc: An Arab in Toronto and Arabs and Civilisation

Emirati blogger Osama is in North America..a place he never imagined he would ever travel to as long as George W Bush is the president of the US. لم أتخيل...

Student Protest, Election and USA-Iran Talks

According to the mainstream media and bloggers thousands of Iranian students demonstrated on the 6th of December in different Iranian universities around the country. The main slogan was “University is...

9 December 2006

Egypt: Bloggers open the door to police brutality debate

Human Rights Video

‘Extraordinary rendition’ has passed into common parlance over the last year as human rights organisations have accused the US government of exporting suspects to be tortured in regimes like Egypt,...

Arabisc: Imprisoned Egyptian Blogger Lost in Legal Wrangle!

In my last post, I translated excrepts from a post written by Egyptian blogger Abdulkareem Sulaiman, who is being held in custody for articles he wrote online, describing the unhealthy...

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