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· September, 2007

Stories about Palestine from September, 2007

Palestine: Digital Resistance

Palestinian Haitham Sabbah writes about digital resistance in this post.

Palestine: Bathroom Application?

Palestinian Sugar Cubes urges friends to add the Bathroom application to their Facebook in this post.

Arabeyes: Ramadan Scenes

With the month of Ramadan halfway through, bloggers in the Middle East are still tapping away at their keyboards, reflecting on different aspects of the Islamic month of fasting. This...

One Million Voices for Peace

What is the One Million Voices campaign all about and could peace in the Middle East be a reality? Also, what role is the internet and blogging playing in this...

Palestine: No Fuel or Electricity

Leila Al Haddad, from Palestine, writes: “Today Israel officially announced Hamas a “hostile entity” (although that sort of had me confused-is this to say they were of “friendly entity” status...

Palestine: Following God's Rules

“When a man follows governmental rules and regulations; people call him a good citizen. He’s patriotic. When a man follows society’s rules and regulations; people call him civilized. When a...

Saudi Arabia: Sex-segregated Sidewalks

Sex-segregated sidewalks could soon become the norm in Saudi Arabia, reports Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah, who links to a news article. “Did prophet Mohammed ordered to have two sidewalks; one...

Israel/Palestine: End the Conflict

On October 18, OneVoice will engage and mobilize hundreds of thousands of Palestinians and Israelis in a “People’s Summit”. Ordinary citizens will speak out in unprecedented numbers against violent extremism...

Palestine: Protesting Violence and the Art of Resistance

Protest against Hamas is mounting in Gaza, as Palestinian bloggers and their supporters continue to look for their voices online, writes Shaden Abdulrahman in this round up of Palestinian blogs...

Hamas Bans Outdoor Prayers

Palestinian Islamic party Hamas has banned outdoor prayers, writes Egyptian blogger The Big Pharaoh. “Now that’s the definition of irony,” he exclaims.

Cambodia: Garbage Pickers of West Bank and Phnom Penh

Global Voices author Geoffery Cain compares a New York Times report on garbage pickers of West Bank with his research in a garbage dump in Cambodian capital Phnom Penh. Geoffery...

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