Alive In Baghdad Anniversary of a Tragedy

Anniversary of a Tragedy - 09.01.2006
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Anonymous - 09/04/2006 22:51:24
Nice Post

hey, it’s Luke(y) Skinner here, better known as [olivebranch] founder//administrator of the Olivebranch Network, a large collection of Iraqi writers blogging about Iraq and their lives there in the past, present and there dreams, hopes and fears for the future. (http://olivebranchoptimism.net)

I am interested in working together with you guys to bring some more attention to these unique Iraqi writers, and to provide more resources for you to tap into.

If you are interested in sharing resources for the purpose of the greater good drop me a line:

lukey@iinet.net.au
yahoo ID= lukey_skinner
msn = evilfeet@hotmail.com

We’re in this for the same reasons, so why not work together?

Luke(y)


Eric - 09/29/2006 00:27:36

Sami:

Greetings from Minnesota. Good to see your video and know that you are still at work. Despite the circumstances, we hope that you and all are well. We struggle in solidarity.


Friendofpeace - 10/19/2006 05:35:59

Good work. I too want peace and friendship between everyone in the world.


Richard - 11/08/2006 10:09:09

This video, to me, really illustrated what is at the heart of the conflict and hope for resolution. Though sad, very hopeful. Very nice video.


Alive In Baghdad - 12/11/2006 17:50:52

[…] Although stories about Iraq accentuate sectarian violence and the possibility of a looming civil war, there are many accounts of Iraqi’s coming together in opposition to sectarianism. One story is about how the Abu Hanifa mosque helped survivors of the Kadhmiya bridge tragedy in 2005. […]


Alive In Baghdad - 09/03/2007 08:01:10

[…] has been the worst single event in the war. Last year we brought you a story from Sami Rasouli, who told about Othman Ali Al-Obeidi, who is famous in Iraq because he had a Sunni name, but his father’s name, Ali, is […]


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