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· October, 2007

Stories about Syria from October, 2007

Syria: Patriotism or Stupidity?

Egypt: Roukana Hamour's Plight

Syria: Duhumanizing Transexuals

Syria: Describing Damascus

Syrian blogger Roukana Hamour has been Kidnapped

Update: Last night (October 26), we've received a call from Rokana Hamour. She is fine. She has been interrogated by the Syrian Security Services about a comment left on her...

Egypt: Iraqi Prostitutes in Syria

Syria: On Female Circumcision

Syria: Stop Internet Censorship!

Following a recent post on Global Voices Advocacy, Syrian bloggers are ready to discuss internet censorship in their country, including the arrests of several forum users and the censure of...

Syria: Internet Censorship

Syria: Watching Iraq News Unfold

Bahrain: Iraqi Refugees Shedding Off Sectarian Violence

Syria: more victims of Internet repression

Kuwait: Lebanon Holiday

Morocco: Looking inward, looking outward

An inflammatory post about Moroccans in the Gulf by a popular Moroccan blogger ignites a debate all over the world - Jillian York has the story on who's saying what.

Algeria: Why are Syria and Iran close?

Syria: Reflections from the Blogosphere

Ramadan is a period not only of fasting and restraint, but also of reflection, judging by posts from many Muslim bloggers. Syrians (whether Muslim or not) are no exception, taking...

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