Iraqi election coverage
: Here’s a roundup of blogs covering the Iraq election. I’ll be using this list when I appear on MSNBC Sunday as blogboy from 6 a.m. (!) to noon and again in the 5 p.m. hour. If you have more blogs to recommend, please add them. Also, can someone give me a link to current U.S. military blogs?
: Friends of Democracy has citizen correspondents in each province filing reports, mostly in Arabic, which are translated and posted here. Michael J. Totten is acting as anchor-blogger through the election. Note that they will have a webcast show about this starting at 2p ET Sunday and it will also be aired on C-SPAN.
: Friends of Democracy was founded by Omar and Mohammed of IraqTheModel. They will be covering the election. Their brother, Ali, is covering things from here.
: Hammorabi has been critical of security and the current government but is excited about election day (a great post).
: Democracy in Iraq is a new one to me by a 26-year-old whose European-educated father taught his children English.
: Kurdo is blogging the election from Kurdistan, complete with pictures and an endorsement for List 173.
: Here is a Kurdish group blog. Read this post by Sami: One citizen talking about his choice in the election.
: A Kurd in London covered absentee voting there, complete with pictures of electioneering by the poll.
: A Family in Baghdad is written (in Arabic and English) by the other of Raed (Salam Pax’ pal) and his brothers. It is generally against the occupation and recent posts include letters from the mothers of American soldiers killed there.
: Riverbend‘s latest post is about getting water, not the election.
: Live from Baghad is by Ayad, who just returned to Iraq from Cleveland.
: The Neurotic Iraqi Wife thinks that registration is light.
: Rose, a mother in Baghad, isn’t sure she’ll be able to get online for the election. She writes about daily life in her city.
: Fayrouz covers the news via Dallas.
: In Sun of Iraq, Alaasmary writes: “There are four days and the democracy will win; it will be a real war against the terrorists.”
: Iraqi Thoughts is covering the election from Canada and today writes about the numbers in expat voting.
: Life in Baghdad.
: Baghdad Dweller is covering the election.
: Citizen of Mosul is a doctor who writes about a typical day there.
: Iraqi Comments is from a 25-year-old in Belgium.
: I expect to see Alaa posting here.
: Zeyad is in Jordan until after the election.
: Iraq Election blog with links to the parties.
: Iraqi Letter to America.
: Iraqi Enterprise is a company offering news links.
: Iraq Blog Count.
: Aunt Najma gives us the perspective from Mosul.
: Nabil, Zeyad’s teen brother, talks about the election in his school.
: Baghdad Girl, a 13-year-old who writes about living in fear and puts up pictures of her cats, like any self-respecting blogger.
: HNK is eager for the Americans to leave Mosul.
: Khalid, Raed’s brother, blogs here.
: Then Some is an Iraqi college student already cynical about elected politicians.
: Hardblogger‘s David Shuster is reporting from Baghdad.
: Dahr Jamail, an independent journalist, reports from Iraq. [via Lost Remote]
: The BBC’s reporter blog and citizens’ blog.
: Command Post, of course.
: Mark Cuban’s HDnet (high-definition TV) will be covering the election full-time.
: Later… Here’s the Iraq Election Newswire.
: Here are Friends of Democracy’s original Arabic-language reports (using the world’s first Arabic-language blogging tool!).
: Here are the latest photos from Friends of Democracy.
: RSS: Follow all the links above on this Kinja aggregator page.
: Christopher Allbritton is blogging again from Iraq.