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Eman AbdElRahman · September, 2008

An Egyptian blogger and an engineer by profession. Interested in new media, freedom of speech, women’s rights and the democracy in Egypt.
I also work on “Kolena Laila” to give a chance for Arab women to speak out against the injustice they face in the Arab World..

You can visit my blog, Flickr, and Twitter page :-)

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Latest posts by Eman AbdElRahman from September, 2008

14 September 2008

Egypt: A Racist Video Game

Muslim Massacre is a video game that has been released lately, where gamers have to use all sorts of weapons to kill as many Muslims and Muslim figures as they...

Egypt at the Paralympics

Egypt's special athletes are making waves in Beijing, China, where this year's Paralympic Games are being held from September 6 to 17. While Egypt clinched one bronze medal in this...

8 September 2008

Egypt: Rocks Slide over Slums in Cairo

Egypt woke up on breaking news that “Casualties & injuries in rock blocks collapse over slums of Doweiqa, Cairo” on a Twitter update by Egyptian blogger Noura Yunis on Saturday....

Egypt: HIV in Egypt

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3 September 2008

Jordan: Queen Rania's Video Blogging

Queen Rania of Jordan has been named the most famous Arab video blogger on YouTube by Blogger Times, a blogging magazine run by Arab bloggers, following the success of a...

1 September 2008

Egypt: Welcoming the Holy Month of Ramadan

The Muslim holy month of Ramadan, which begins Monday, has a distinct flavour in Egypt, where the streets are decorated for the occasion. One blogger takes us to the heart...

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