I've been a faithful reader of The Scout Report, a website reviewer out of University of Wisconsin-Madison, and this is the first time I've seen a blog reviewed. An extraordinary blog, of course.
Mainstream coverage of the ongoing reconstruction and conflict in Iraq may at times leave much to be desired, particularly in terms of "man on the street" coverage. Fortunately, there are literally hundreds of weblogs that provide a vantage point into this situation, representing the many divergent opinions on this situation. One notable site is provided by Zeyad (whose surname is not offered for privacy reasons), a dentist living and working in Iraq. On the site, visitors can peruse his latest observations on the operations in Iraq, and post comments on each individual entry as well. The site also includes a photo blog, where visitors can view photographs of demonstrations and other activities. A desireable aspect of the site is that it also offers links to other Iraq-related weblogs, and information about new blogs of note. [KMG]
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