Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Iraqi Bloggers

The country of Iraq has gone through a lot of trials of late especially their citizens. I'm sure most of them wanted a peaceful time with their own family members or friends or having the time to read what's going on around the world online.

There are a few Iraqis who were able to access internet and took the opportunity to blog as well. When you have the time, you could view their blogs and give them some moral support.

Neurotic Iraqi Wife is an Iraqi-British woman living and working in the Green Zone.

Nabil is 19. He left Baghdad and arrived in Jordan last month.

Sunshine is a 15-year-old girl in Mosul, northern Iraq.

Aunt Najma is also in Mosul. She is 19 and has sailed through her first year university exams. She describes the family holiday to Syria.

Mohammed is a 25-year-old dentist in Baghdad. His attempt at a summer holiday was less successful; he and his wife were denied entry to Jordan. He describes their 24 hours in Amman's Queen Alia International Airport.

Twentyfourstepstoliberty is a young Iraqi man studying journalism in Berkeley, California.

Riverbend is one of Iraq's best known bloggers writing in English. She is Sunni and lives in Baghdad. She explains her opposition to the wall being built around the Sunni district of Adhamiya - and her family's decision finally to leave Iraq.

Iraq the Model is written by brothers in Baghdad, who support the American military presence in Iraq. Here, they despair of the political manoeuvring by Democrats in Congress to pull the troops out.

Where the Date Palms Grow is an Iraqi man in his 30s who moved to Britain in February 2007.

Healing Iraq, is a 27 year old Iraqi dentist from Baghdad, who is now studying journalism in New York.

Marshmallow26 is an Iraqi woman living "in one of the Iraqi cities".

Sooni is an IT programmer blogging from Baghdad.

Chikitita is a 27 year old woman living in Baghdad.

Iraqi Rocker, or "Meemo" is a 19 year old man living in Baghdad.
Tags: Iraq, Iraqi, Iraqi Bloggers, Baghdad, Mosul, Green Zone, Sunni

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2 Comments:

Anonymous cbenc12 said...

hey, where u got that list from. thanks for sharing.. i think it'll be nice to read their first hand experience in the turmoiled country..

12 September, 2007 14:10  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

read abt those bloggers in bbc news. so might as well plucked it and blog abt it, at least giving some small support by linking up with them

12 September, 2007 17:19  

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