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August 29, 2003

Baghdad Café

Is it a sign of progress that new Iraqi blogs (genuine, as far as I can tell) are springing up like toadstools after the rain?

  • Where is Raed ? the grandaddy of Iraqi bloggers, Salam Pax blogged the build-up to the war, right through the invasion. He’s still going strong.
  • G. in Baghdad a young Iraqi Christian and friend of Salam’s.
  • Baghdad Burning, a 21 year old female CS graduate in Baghdad.

I don’t know, but after all the bad news coming out of Iraq recently, one looks for signs of improvement wherever one can find them.

Update (10/22/2003): Add Healing Iraq and Ishtar to the list.

Posted by distler at August 29, 2003 11:06 PM

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Re: Baghdad Café

Another improvement ?

At first I thought I had clicked but then realized it was CNN… hard to tell them apart these days !

Posted by: WL on August 31, 2003 4:16 PM | Permalink | Reply to this

Re: Baghdad Café & ? Yeah, I get them confused all the time, too!

Posted by: Jacques Distler on August 31, 2003 7:12 PM | Permalink | Reply to this

Re: Baghdad Café

I usually think going to the Guardian is a better choice for VALID info than anything our mainstream media puts out.

Posted by: Reform Blog on October 11, 2003 10:26 PM | Permalink | Reply to this

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