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Iraq Blogs

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This page is under construction. Feel free to post links you would like to see on this page. (also if you have any suggestions about how the links are arranged please post those suggestions too)
Blogs From Iraqis In Iraq:

Raed In The Middle
Baghdad Burning
A Family In Baghdad
Imad Khadduri
A Star From Mosul
Truth about Iraqis
Treasure of Baghdad
Salam Pax
Al Muajaha
Iraqi Spirit
Healing Iraq
Nationalist Kurdish Blogger

Blogs by Iraqis and people from the region now in the US:

Blogs By Internationals In Iraq:
Dahr Jamail
Empire Notes

Blogs About Iraq:
Back To Iraq
I am a Infantry soldier in the United States Army curently serving in a combat zone here in Iraq. Here is my blog, which is my daily journal of my experience here in Iraq. I am from San Francisco, I like punk rock, skateboarding, drinking, and blowing shit up. Peace. Out.
by Mac (mike [at]
I captured a bunch of what happened over there in photographs, poetry, and articles at my web site, graciously donated by a sympathetic stateside friend.
by LadyBird (riot [at]
this is an Iraqi Blog
by liminal
this is an iraqi blog too

by Sgt Ted
by iraqwires
Collection of blogs from iraq. Constantly updated:

by xdkl;kl (tgerfe3 [at]
<A HREF=",2933,187770,00.html">Iraqi Police Find 87 Bodies in 24 Hours
by Marty Callaghan
I've just finished producing a two-hour documentary about the Middle East during and shortly after World War One ("Blood and Oil"). The British and French tried military solutions in the Middle East 85 years ago, and met with disastrous results. Too bad the Bush Administration didn't heed the lessons of history before sending our troops to Iraq. It will be interesting to see if the Baker Group cites the first insurrection in Iraq...against British troops in 1920. And the first Western military operation to protect its oil interests in the Middle East: November 1914. For more information, please visit Best wishes, Marty Callaghan
by Gaza
The Olive Branch Network of Blogs Is Good.

by Mohammed H. Zaid
A review from IraqBlogCount :

"A new double-blog from 18-year-old Iraqi boy forced to move to Irbil from Baghdad. His first blog is entitled I Love You Iraq and is the place where he lays out his serious, politically-inclined thoughts and ideas, his other blog, which I chose to title him by because it's a little bit varied from what we usually see in Guy Iraqi blogs is his lighter fun side which discusses music, lifestyles etc."
by 192 Nationalities
a blog that collects authors from 192 countries aroung the globe to write politics,art, entertainment, finance, nature, and a lot more.
by bhamlett
I have two blogs on Iraq:

What is the process for adding them to your list?
by David Enders (info [at]
David Enders, author of Baghdad Bulletin, is a New York-based freelance journalist who has spent more than 18 months in Iraq over the past four years. On his latest trip to Iraq, he exmaines the ever-growing refugee crisis in the area. Check out his blog at
by Amin
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