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Invitation to Hebrew and Arabic Bloggers to Blog for Free on WordPress.com

As many of you know, I’ve been working with on a variety of projects, including testing and publishing on with , and I’d like to extend an invitation to all my Hebrew and Arabic speaking friends to blog about their experiences, opinions, and perspectives on current events (and other things) on WordPress.com – FOR FREE.

I’ve written about how to do this on my WordPress.com blog but I wanted to extend this to all my friends in the Middle East. The world needs to hear your opinion and views on what is going on in person. It also helps to “talk about it” and share your personal views on the situation.

Some of you are very eloquent in English, but this is also a chance to write in Hebrew or Arabic and share your feelings and the events around you as it happens or when you can. It will also help us keep in touch on what is going on in Israel, Lebanon, the Palestinian terriortories, and elsewhere in the Middle East.

To get a free WordPress.com blog, apply for your free WordPress.com blog and have a valid email address as they send the password to you via email. That’s it.

From there, it’s up to you to write about any aspect of what is going on or your life. If you choose to do this, please post a link to your new blog in the comments below and let me know. I hope this free way of expression will give you some form of comfort and help the rest of the world understand what is going on. We need to hear more about it from people in the midst of it, not just from the bias news media.

One Comment

  • Posted July 23, 2006 at 13:18 | Permalink

    Hi Lorelle,

    Just a note about Melly. She is a Canadian who went to Israel on about the tenth day of the crisis to be with her family. She’s been blogging about her experience and today wrote an entry about moving south, out of safety.

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