· October, 2006

Stories about Syria from October, 2006

Lebanon: Brammertz and Syria

  26 October 2006

Abu Kais says that Serge Brammertz will submit his report to Kofi Annan today, and in it, he will implicate the Assad regime for the first time since he took over investigation of the Hariri murder. Abu Kais has put together an archive of posts related to the Hariri investigation.

Syria: Surreal Heresies!

  17 October 2006

Ammar was often accused of advocating war against the Syrian regime and his take on Syrian politics have often been compared to neocon stands. This is his recent response to these criticisms.

Arabisc: Ramadan, War, Freedom and Other Issues

  12 October 2006

With all Muslim countries marking the Holy Month of Ramadan, UAE blogger Bin Kerishan, wonders why people fast. كل العبادات تسبب للانسان الاما و معاناه كالحج و الصلاه و الصيام و الاخير من اقساها و اكثرها ضررا على صحته.. لماذا لا يكون الطقس الديني مسليا؟ كالذهاب لملاقاة الاصدقاء في المقهى...

Syria: The making of the suicide bomber

11 October 2006

Speaking as a former Muslim extremist, Ammar contribute a few personal insights into the making of the would-be suicide bomber– the fate that he was lucky enough to elude.

Kurdistance

  11 October 2006

I choose to begin this week's article with a disclaimer which is spawned in response to comments I received on last week's edition of Kurdistance: the contents of my articles are not of my own opinion, but rather the opinions of the bloggers that I cover. I try to remain...

Syria: Blogger Blocked in Syria

  10 October 2006

Bloggers in Syria are puzzled by the new move from the Syrian Government to block access to all .blogspot blogs, although access to the main www.blogger.com is still available… The service is blocked through all Syrian ISPs including private one AYA, reports Amr.

Kurdistance

  4 October 2006

Welcome back to this week's edition of Kurdistance! Hiwa gives us a wonderful link to a amatur video about the Kurdish community in Leeds, UK that is featured on the BBC. Hiwa also reports on an incident that has made headlines in Turkey. At a recent NATO seminar, an American...

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