Sunday, June 17, 2007

More Blogs

1. Last of Iraqis: Iraqi dentist who is a relative of Zeyad, still living in Iraq, and that's a big plus. A solid blog with perhaps the best blog-coverage so far of the 2nd Askari incident, as well as an interesting video of Adhamiya. Blogs dilligently.
2. Kurdistan Diary: Okay, don't flame me for this but Kurdistan is still part of Iraq at least nominally so far, this one anyway has interesting stuff to say, starting with this unusual post about wanting to fight for the troublesome PKK.
3. Check out this another Kurdish blog from an engineer in Irbil, The World Has Another Face, however if he didn't say he is Kurdish you would hardly recognize it, filled with the same emotions and sentiments for Iraq as any other normal Iraqi, this blog is mostly poems written in Arabic, he has another blog, which is mentioned on his sidebar, which is filled with interesting pictures.

I also added the new blog URL for 3eeraqimedic, who deleted her blog on a panic moment but we managed to persuade her otherwise.


#6/18/2007 12:57:00 am Assalam Aleikom Blogger Salam Adil

I read that with the recent Turkish troop build-up on the border, the Kurdish Regional government started flying the Iraqi flag at the border. So maybe the Iraqi Kurds are more Iraqi than they sometimes admit.

#6/18/2007 03:54:00 am Assalam Aleikom Blogger Glory Rose!

That would be nice for a change!!!
I remember when Jalal Al Talabani became the president, on an interview he was sitting to a desk and behind him was the Kurdish flag, where was the Iraqi flag, I have no idea!! Very annoying!

#7/06/2007 11:46:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger David Watson

Greetings, this is David from the Ron Paul 2008 Baghdad group. Please check out what's happening in the U.S. and across the world with the Ron Paul USA presidential campaign. Ron Paul is the true voice of freedom right now in the U.S. He's for limited government, abolishing the IRS and Federal Reserve, and getting out of Iraq now. Go to to learn more and be sure to check out his videos at his youtube channel. If you're interested in his message of freedom, please consider joining the Baghdad meetup group, it's free and we need all the help we can get to combat the main stream medias attempts to marginalize him. -David

#7/27/2007 10:30:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Anonymous Anonymous

Great kurdish community website

#9/22/2012 03:59:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Anonymous Anonymous

Hi is a free social iraqi network and join iraqi people all over the world..


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