Deborah Ann Dilley · October, 2005

Occasionally authoring articles for the Turkish and Kurdish blogosphere coverage on Global Voices.

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Latest posts by Deborah Ann Dilley from October, 2005

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

  26 October 2005

This week marked the beginning of a trial for Saddam Hussein, not only is this trial an unprecedted event, but the question that lingers is that can he really be tried for all of the atrocities that he is credited for. Another interesting aspect of the trial is that the...

Steppin’ into the Turkish Blogosphere

  23 October 2005

Welcome back to the Turkish Blogosphere…. Here is a quick update on the newest items from the Turkish Bloggers who post mostly in English. Zik Zak has an interesting link to an educational book called “Who are the Turks” if you are interested in learning more about the Turkish people....

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

  19 October 2005

According to preliminary results the Iraqi Constitution Referendum has passed with a “yes” vote. And while the world waits for the official results, Iraqi Kurds and Kurds in general have been very active as to their opinions of the proceedings. Dr Nazhad Khasraw Hawramany of Iraqi Kurdistan gives a congratulatory...

Steppin’ into the Turkish Blogosphere

  15 October 2005

Last week's roundup of the Turkish Blogs was well received in the Turkish Blogosphere, even spawning a Turkish translation of the post on the website Blog Kardesligi. Not only was there a translation on Blog Kardesligi but a comment on the Global Voices project (in Turkish) as well. Other Turkish...

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

  12 October 2005

For Iraqis, October 15th is the big day… the day of Iraqi Constitution Referendum. The vote is a simple yes or no in favor of the Iraqi Constitution. All Iraqis are eligible to vote, even former dictator Sadaam Hussein. The Kurdish people of Iraq are abuzz with these events. Sami...

The Turkish Blogs- A Drop in the Ocean

  8 October 2005

Turkey and the Turkish blogs have been a seldom explored venue on Global Voices. I must say that for a while I was under the impression that there were no Turkish blogs at all out there in the wild world wide web….I was wrong…so very very wrong. In fact on...

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

  5 October 2005

Here is a quick update of the lastest in the Kurdish Blogosphere: Cultural As mentioned on a previous installment the death of Kurdish singer Merziye Feriqi has left the Kurdish community in mourning. Recently on the blog From Holland to Kurdistan an anonymous Kurd sent a heartfelt memorial article to...

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