April 17, 2004

The First Egyptian Blog?

Glenn Reynolds found this blog from a Egyptian who calls himself GM. As far as I know, it's the first and only Egyptian blog in English. (There may be some in Arabic, I don't know.) He is just getting started, but it looks to be pretty interesting. Good stuff.

Posted by Michael J. Totten at April 17, 2004 10:24 AM
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It has only just begun...

Posted by: FH at April 17, 2004 05:18 PM

No way this is the first Eygtian Blog in English. Cairo is a thoroughly modern city, my friend. I'd be pretty shocked if it were true.

Posted by: Grant McEntire at April 17, 2004 11:33 PM

Grant,

It's the first one I know of.

Posted by: Michael J. Totten at April 17, 2004 11:54 PM
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