Stories from 20 August 2005
Latest RSF report says that the health of the Iranian imprisoned journalist Akbar Ganji, who began a hunger strike on 11 June, is getting better as Farid Pouya of webgardian reports.
Wondering how to search blogger.com directory for blogs by country? Here is a tip from Sabbah's Blog.
The Tunisian blogosphere must be one of the most vibrant and fastest growing blogospheres in the Arab world. At the time being, there are over 70 active blogs, maintained by Tunisians in Tunisia, France, Canada, USA, Saudi Arabia and Romania. TN-Blogs is a directory that groups most of these blogs,...
Mohamed of From Cairo, with love, thanks Condoleezza Rice for pushing for democracy that far in Egypt, which is appearing in President Mubarak's democracy game, and mutating into a presidential candidate, as he says.
Mahmood is afraid that Bahrain is about to become even a more dangerous place to blog from, specially that the Public Prosecutor is now looking into 46 websites, which they think might be transgressing various offences including the Press Law(in Arabic) .
Jordanian bloggers said it in one voice. No To Terrorism! madas expressed her feeling in one sentence: We don't want any more death… No for Terrorism in all its different shapes. While Ammar writes: for those who think that they're fighting our freedom, please give me a break, it's just...