A Flogging for Blogging: Jailed Iranian blogger writes of torture
Jailed Iranian blogger Mohammad Reza Pourshajari is known by his pen name Siamak Mehr.
Jailed Iranian Blogger's Letter Speaks of Torture
Mohammad Reza Pourshajari, a jailed blogger known by his pen name Siamak Mehr, wrote an open letter from prison saying," I am one of the victims of the Islamic regime's repression."
Source: Global Voices Online
iTunes music going HD
For those who like their music as rich and smooth as possible, the rumor mill is laden with the possibility of iTunes putting out HD music.
Source: Absolute Geeks
What race you are attracted to the most?
In America, it seems all races of women prefer white men and white men prefer anything but white. Is this a global trend?
Friday Prayers for Egypt: Absolute Peacefulness
Teach Egypt, God, the meaning of absolute peacefulness. The ongoing climate presents many challenges, but honor those only who stand firm to the end.
Source: A Sense of Belonging
Jazz legend John McLaughlin Plays Ramallah, Palestine to counteract Palestinian “Isolation”
Palestinians "don't have freedom, they don't even have passports... it's lamentable that an entire people are in such a situation. So I feel it incumbent upon myself to make other people aware of it," McLaughlin said.
Source: Informed Comment
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