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· November, 2008

Stories about Syria from November, 2008

Angry Arab's Blog Blocked in Syria

Syria: What About the Palestinian Human Rights?

Syria: A Blogosphere Divided

The Syrian blogsphere has been embroiled in a heated debate over the weekend. It is a debate that is quite reflective of some of our modern disagreements as Syrians, over...

MENA: How to deal with Somali piracy?

Last week a Saudi supertanker was hijacked by Somali pirates off the coast of Kenya, making it the largest ship ever to have been seized in this way. The problem...

Syria: Stop Generalisations

Syria: Art of Dialogue

Syria: Misquoted

Syria: No More Bab el Hara

Syria: No for Sunni/Shiaa Divisions, We're Muslims!

Syria: Love is in Stuttgart

Forget politics, Obama or the economic crisis. The new buzz in the Syrian blogosphere is about love. Mariyah, a Syrian blogger from Damascus, has been playing with the hearts of...

Syria: Using ScribeFire

Syria: Bloggers Unite to Read

For the first time in the Syrian blogosphere, local Syrian bloggers have came up with a refreshing idea; forming an online book club in which they decide on reading a...

Syria: Unprofessional Websites

Syria: New Dawn for Humanity

Blogger Anas, shows an excerpt from the top of the front page of Al Watan Daily Syrian Newspaper, with a text saying....

Syria: Comments on the U.S. Elections

The Syrian blogosphere, particularly the contingent that blogs in English, has been somewhat quiet about the U.S. elections, at least in comparison to its neighbors. It's no secret that many...

Syria: On Holograms

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