: Hoder, who started the weblog revolution in Iran by simply instructing Iranians how to blog in Persian, now volunteers to help Iraqis blog in Arabic.
The only way I think weblogs could be a catch in Iraq, is that a few bloggers should start their weblogs written in Arabic. These pioneers should show the potentials of weblog as a personal medium to other Arabic speaking audiences. After a while, with the possible local publicity that they would get in Arab countries, other people will eventually fall in love with the idea of weblogging and they join thse pioneers.
My personal experience about Persian weblogs proves this strategy to be very effective….
I can help Salam Pax or any other Arabic blogger to start the first Arabic weblog. It’s not difficult at all.