Stories from 2 October 2007
Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah claims that Playboy is now being slanted as anti-semitic.
“During the (un)civil war, people got killed because they had the ‘wrong’ pronunciation of tomato at the ‘wrong’ road block,” writes Lebanese blogger Moussa Bashir.
Nearly 9 million Ecuadoran nationals and others who live abroad voted for delegates for the Constituent Assembly, which will be charged with rewriting the Constitution. Current President Rafael Correa's political...
Itching for Eestimaa offers an Estonian perspective on Yulia Tymoshenko.
According to the preliminary results of Ukraine's snap parliamentary election, five parties and blocs appear to have obtained the minimum 3-percent share of the vote required to enter the new...
Lebanese news services are reporting the ignition of numerous brush fires across the country, causing residents in some areas to flee. Blacksmiths of Lebanon posts updates and photos.
Israel, Israel Army Radio, and Haaretz are spinning the threat of a nuclear war in the Middle East to legitimise Israel's hidden military nuclear program, writes Sophia.
Fahimeh in her blog,Occupation Reporter, says[Fa] that the Ministry of Islamic Guidance published a 40 pages study about blogs.According to this study only 40 percent of bloggers mention their real...
“One of the reasons I love Ramadan is that I become productive in a crazy way… After the nap I start hacking & experimenting with different stuff. Don't think of...
Sacred Media Cow on a gathering in India in support of the pro-democracy protests in Burma.
imperfect world 2007 on people living in Geneva Camp in Dhaka, people waiting to be repatriated to Pakistan after the creation of Bangaldesh in 1971.
nanopolitan on attracting faculty in Indian institutions, and keeping them there.
Pasdaran informs[Fa] us that several Iranian leaders including a reformist leader considered Ahmadinejad's trip to USA and his speech in Columbia University very fruitful.