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The talk of Amman is Ammon
Posted on 11/14/2007 - 15:07
It has become as essential to Jordanians as their morning coffee. Menassat.com talks with the two men behind Ammon, the website that became an overnight success as a platform for freedom of expression. amman-cafe.jpg 
Lebanese media reveal their colors over Nasrallah's speech
Posted on 11/13/2007 - 18:30
The speech of Hezbollah’s secretary general on November 11, 2007 opened the door for fresh comments, political one-upmanship and media mud-slinging. Lebanon, posters of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah. R.R. 
'Until you change your mind'
Posted on 11/13/2007 - 13:19
On the first anniversary of his imprisonment, when fellow bloggers all over the world held demonstrations for his release, Egyptian blogger Kareem Amer was allegedly tortured for having exposed corruption inside the prison. Egypt, Kareem Amer 
Morocco's 'video sniper' sparks a new trend
Posted on 11/12/2007 - 09:23
Do you have a video camera and access to the Internet? Then you have a powerful weapon at your disposal. If you use it as the 'Targuist sniper' did in Morocco, you might even bring about social change. Morocco, video sniper © R.R. 
Wael Abbas: the Arab Internet's unlikely superhero
Posted on 11/09/2007 - 11:31
He is the first blogger ever to be given the Knight International Journalism Award, next Thursday in Washington. Menassat.com tracked down Egypt's Wael Abbas in Beirut and sat him down for an exclusive interview. Egypt, blogger, Wael Abbas © R.R..jpg 
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