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· April, 2007

Stories about Syria from April, 2007

Arabeyes: On Selling a Palestinian Kidney and Changing the Israeli Flag

Do you want to know why a Palestinian wants to sell his kidney, or what had happened to the bicycle of a Lebanese blogger on September 10, 2001? What is...

Kurdistance: A Week Like Any Other

The news coming out of the Kurdish blogs this week is as varied as the landscape of Kurdistan itself. From predictions on Syrian Kurd alliances with Israel, to censorship in...

Syrian Independence Day and Elections

Syria celebrated it's independence and Parliamentary elections with a lot of official fanfare, but very little excitement from bloggers as a reported two per cent of the constituents turned up...

Syria: Human Rights Lawyer in Jail

Syrian-American Relations

Israel: Kill Ahmadinejad

Online Freedom for All: Some cases worth supporting

In my last article, “Lessons from the Free Kareem campaign”, I talked about campaigning and why some jailed and persecuted bloggers and online writers are winning sympathy, while others have...

Lebanon: On Hizbulla, Iran and Syria

Syria: Israel Ready for Peace

Egypt: Inheriting Presidencies?

Syrian Blogsphere on Pelosi, Liz Cheyney, Parliamentary Elections, and Nargileh

In the last couple of weeks very important developments have taken place on the Syrian political arena. One was the controversial visit of the US speaker of parliament Nancy Pelosi...

Egypt: Syrian Cyber-Activist Arrested

Syria: In Commentary and Pictures

Syria: Celebrating Good Friday

Syria: Readdressing Sexual Harassment

Syria: Parlimentary Elections

Egypt: Venetian Ties with the Middle East

Syria: Kurdish Unrest

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