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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2003/sep/09/iraq.biographySep 9, 2003 ... Salam Pax describes what it was like to play cat-and-mouse with Saddam's
censors. Watch the promo for The Baghdad Blog, with music from ...
https://salampax.wordpress.com/Apr 1, 2009 ... Al-Thawra (the revolution), Al-Jumhuriya (the republic) and Babel were the main
dailies I grew up with. The first two have been around since ...
https://twitter.com/salam?lang=enThe latest Tweets from Salam Al-Janabi (@Salam). #UNICEF Communication
specialist in Syria. Salam Pax in a former life. Syria.
https://www.amazon.com/Salam-Pax-Baghdad-Blog/dp/1843542625In September 2002, a young Iraqi calling himself 'Salam Pax' began posting
accounts of everyday life in Baghdad onto the internet. Written in English, these ...
https://groveatlantic.com/book/salam-pax/by Salam Pax. “He was funny, precise, and brave from a position no one on this
side of the crosshairs will ever face. . . . The primary narrative is as gut-twisting ...
Salam Pax is the pseudonym of Salam Abdulmunem, aka Salam al-Janabi, under which he became the "most famous blogger in the world" during and after the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Wikipedia
Born: 1973 (age 45 years), Baghdad, Iraq
Other name: Salam Abdulmunem
Books: The Baghdad blog
Movies: Baghdad Blogger