[ENGLISH] Shroogy Pride
seems infatuated with Muntadhar al-Zaydi, a family member perhaps?
[ARABIC] It looks like we have another Blogfamily in the making, Attawie's two sisters join
the blogosphere, it seems this particular family has a flavor for the arts, while the eldest, Dhayy Awtani
, talks about her love for the flute amidst a strong dose of Iraq nostalgia, the youngest Sana's Words I Wish Were Mine
features poetry and flowery political commentary. Let's see what mom and dad will come up when they blog.
confirms the emergence of a subgenre in the Iraqi blogsophere, the Mosullite Girl Blogs, generally personal blog about likes and dislikes as well as sparse commentary on flying Iraqi shoes and Islamic ceremonies.
is another atheist blog, this one is in English and based in Jordan. No, I don't have anything to do with this one.
[ARABIC] Iraqi poet Saad Jassem's Maktoob blog, موسيقى الكائن focuses on poetry.
[ARABIC] Another Maktoob blog for Mohamed Sunbah, largely interested in politics.
[ARABIC] Sahar al-Dabbgh
, another prominent Kitabat.com writer, has her own blog. al-Dabbagh is an expert in body lanugage and she analyzes the body language of Iraqi politicians with painstaking detail.
[MIXED] Sahab has three blogs, each dedicated to collecting articles about a controversial Iraq shelter: al-Amiriya Shelter
which was bombed by Ameican warplanes during the 1991 war, al-Jadriya Shelter
, where torture of Sunnis was systematic during the tumultous administration of Interior minister Badr-affiliated Baqir Solagh in 2005, and al-Hanaan Orphanage
, where unfed and unattended children were found locked up in 2007.