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November 2, 2008

Sarah Palin's Conversation with Fake SarkozyThis is a Video post

Two radio hosts from Montreal, the Masked Avengers (les Justiciers Masqués), successfully impersonated French president Sarkozy and carried on a humorous conversation with VP candidate Sarah Palin. Bloggers from Canada, France and Tunisia react to the interview in this post by Lova Rakotomalala.

August 18, 2008

If I Can Vote: Express Your Opinions & Build Connections

Aggregated from: Startup Arabia

If I Can Vote is a new service launched from Dubai to give people from all around the world a chance to voice their opinions on elections and causes from around the world, that they’re not necessarily eligible to vote in. In an ever so interconnected world, the results of an election in on...

July 14, 2008

The Next American President: What Should the Maghreb Expect

Aggregated from: North Africa Weblog

With a new tenant in the White House, the American policy toward the Maghreb is likely to undergo some important retooling in 2009. The magnitude of the changes is unclear as the new American administration will probably view the region through old and new lenses. John McCain, despite his Republi...

March 7, 2008

Barack Obama And The US Relationship With The Muslim World

Aggregated from: Subzero Blue

In response to written questions by the Washington Post, Barack Obama talks about a major speech, within his first 100 days of office, at a major Islamic forum, in which he'd redefine the US struggle and their relationship with the Muslim world: "As president of the United States, I will directly...

February 20, 2008

Fidel Castro Resigns; US Sanctions Fail

Aggregated from: Subzero Blue

I posted on Twitter this morning about Fidel Castro's resignation as president of Cuba and commander-in-chief of Cuba's military. I heard the news in the morning, and thought about posting it on the blog, but I didn't really have much to say about it. It's hard to really judge a person like Fidel...

February 5, 2008

Obama: The Religion Question

Is he a Muslim or an atheist? Did he take his oath for office on a Bible or a Quran? Is he sympathetic towards the Arabs or the Jews? These are some of the questions being murmured by bloggers across the Middle East about presidential hopeful Barack Obama. Here are the reactions of some bloggers from Tunisia, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria and Palestine.

February 4, 2008

Tunisia: Obama's Religion

Aggregated from: Global Voices Online » U.S.A.

“Should I worry about the way Islam is made out to sound like a plague that everyone wants to distance themselves from? Should I be wondering what the religion of a person has to do with them being electable to office or not?” writes Subzero Blue from Tunisia, after reading Senator Barac...