Stories from 2 August 2009
Shabkhoon writes [fa]that “Independence, Freedom and Iranian Republic” is the most beautiful slogan that we hear in the protest demonstrations in Iran. They [authroities] can not take this slogan back by killing and torturing us.”
A teenager made an internet cafe (internet club) with the name of ‘Anti-Mother Cafe’ and many young people joined it. As we can see from the name, it is for teenagers to criticize their own mothers. A number of teenagers joined and the criticism is quite shockingly harsh. Giving a...
The Los Angeles Times blog posts an entry on Beirut's Armenia quarter of Bourj Hammoud and a photo exhibition currently underway which explores the community. The entry includes a video report.
The Moroccan government's decision to block from circulation the August issue of two prominent magazines, seem to have set the local blogosphere ablaze. Bloggers react to the news.