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· August, 2007

Stories about Middle East & North Africa from August, 2007

Oman: One Ramadhan Please!

Morocco: The Death of Butcher Basri

Driss Basri, one of Morocco's most powerful figures during the past 50 years, has died in Paris at age 69. Jillian York brings us the latest reactions from Moroccan bloggers...

Lebanon: Uproar at School in NY named after Khalil Gibran

Jordan: I Hate Iraqis Group on Facebook

Bahrain: Egypt Baha'ii Rights Video

Algeria: Profiling Arabs in the US

Jordan: Advertising Awards

Morocco: Cat in Rabat's Reincarnation

Morocco: The iPhone unlocked?

Tunisia: Inappropriate TV

Morocco: The view from the boxes

Morocco: Firing the maid

Morocco: Casablanca in August

Kuwait: Crazy Week for Bloggers

Kuwaiti bloggers had a crazy week, which started with an earthquake, or rather a small tremor, early on Saturday morning. The next day a blogger was arrested for a comment...

Iran:Popular Programs in TV

Iran:A blogger was beaten up by mafia

Iran:James Joyce filtered

Iran: Cheetah Project and Beautiful Sabalan

The celebrated photo blogger Mohammad Darvish dazzles our eyes with a beautiful shot of Sabalan mountains in Northwestern Iran. What a wonderful way to start the week and continuing coverage...

Arabeyes: It's All in a Sign

Signs are an important means to get first-hand information or advertise messages necessary for everyday life. But what happens when the signs are misleading and don't serve the purpose they...

Iraq: Fishing and Bombs

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