November 16, 2002

Blogging Iraq (and Iran) at Salon

Camille Roy's Ich Bin Ein Iraqi blog at Salon recounts her memories of a childhood in Iraq and takes on the powers-that-be in their drive to war, past and present.

By coincidence, topping the Salon rankings these days is Hilary and Kathy's Tehran <–> Washington, DC 1970–1973 teen girl blog, featuring a series of letters the two wrote each other roughly 30 years ago.

Posted by xian at November 16, 2002 1:53 PM

My friend Caroline is looking for good blog, maybe on Iraq. Suggestions?

Posted by: Ken at December 11, 2003 10:30 AM
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