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Egyptian, Bahraini and Iranian bloggers in the Christians Science monitor

Charles Levinson – Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor, writes about Egypt's growing blogger community and mentions Baheyya, The Sandmonkey and The Big Pharaoh. On the Iranian side, he talks about Hossein Derakhshan, an Iranian emigrant to Canada, who published directions on how to make a blog in the Farsi. Not to forget to mention that Hossein is one of the Global Voices authors. Last but not least, he talks about how Bahrain's bloggers made a mark, quoting the Silly Bahraini Girl and Haitham Sabbah.

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