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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salam_PaxSalam Pax is the pseudonym of Salam Abdulmunem (Arabic: سلام عبد المنعم ),
aka Salam al-Janabi (Arabic: سلام الجنابي ), under which he became the "most
famous blogger in the world" during and after the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Along
with a massive readership, his site "Where is Raed?" received notable media
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2003/sep/09/iraq.biographySep 9, 2003 ... 'I became the profane pervert Arab blogger'
... Salam Pax describes what it was like to play cat-and-mouse with Saddam's censors.
... My name is Salam Pax and I am addicted to blogs.
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2003/.../ethicalliving.iraqMar 24, 2003 ... The most vivid account of the build-up to war in Iraq and the start of the bombing
has appeared on the internet - on the weblog of an unknown Iraqi writing under
the name Salam Pax. But who is he? Leo Hickman investigates.
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 the Baath party took
power in Iraq. The third is actually Saddam's son little project. He was the editor-
in-chief and all-round overseer. But it was the only one that had ...
dear_raed.blogspot.com/Jan 9, 2009 ... Collected Salam Pax blogs and new blog on my wordpress blog: Salam Pax ....
Raed always says that there is a small tiny Salam who wants to believe in the
existance of a deity inside of me, during those couple of days in Karbala I was
being confronted with this issue every minute and wherever I look.
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.
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https://www.smh.com.au/articles/2003/06/13/1055220765249.htmlJun 14, 2003 ... Outside the country, many didn't even believe that the man who wrote only under
the sobriquet Salam Pax truly existed. It was the great irony of the war. While the
world's leading newspapers and television networks poured millions of dollars
into their coverage of the war in Iraq, it was the internet musings ...
https://www.amazon.com/Salam-Pax-Clandestine.../0802140440Salam Pax: The Clandestine Diary of an Ordinary Iraqi [Salam Pax] on Amazon.
com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Salam Pax has attracted a huge
worldwide readership for the Internet diary he kept dyring the buildup,