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samsoum

I am a Tunisian blogger living in the states. I started my blog in 2006 and got addicted to it.

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Latest posts by samsoum

10 May 2007

The Tunisphere Reaches Out to the Maghreb

Tunisian blogger Big Trap Boy writes about the importance of integrating the Maghreb Union which is made up of North African countries and its benefits to all the population in...

23 April 2007

Tunisphere and the French elections:

Tunisia's love-hate relation - more love than hate - comes to life with the extensive coverage Tunisian bloggers provided in the run up to the French elections. France's impact on...

26 March 2007

Tunisphere: March 20, Mayans and Arabs.

March 20 is normally the day when my fellow citizens celebrate our independence day (3/20/1956). But it also happens to be the celebration of the fourth year of Iraq invasion...

6 March 2007

Tunisphere: Mauritania's elections, Super shield and Mohammed Abbou.

Mauritania's presidential elections were almost ignored on the Tunisian blogosphere. Only Nadia From Tunis brought attention to this historical event in this country, a member of the UMA (Arab Maghreb...

27 February 2007

Tunisphere: How to blog about politics without being censored?

Tunisian bloggers seem to have found ways to talk about Tunisian politics while avoiding getting caught by the ATI (Tunisian agency of Internet) watchdogs in charge of denying access and...

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