Links for 11.25.09 to 11.26.09

Le journal hebdomadaire | Abou Bakr Jamai's imagines a letter from a Sahrawi.
For Jews, roiling Yemen no longer place to call home | On persecution of the less than 350 remaining Yemeni Jews.
MyMemory - Machine translation meets human translation | Uses records of translations to provide best one possible, Arabic possible.
BBC iPlayer - Document: 23/11/2009 | BBC radio show on Britain's role in the Oman coup of 1970.
AFP: Court jails Moroccan rights activist over drug case | Outrageous imprisonment of whistleblower for denouncing official corruption.
Yemeni refugees caught up in Middle East's forgotten war | World news | The Guardian | Is it forgotten if the Guardian and others keeps on talking about this war, though? It's more that most of the world doesn't care.
Q&A: Iraq war inquiry | UK news | guardian.co.uk | Interesting info - and note, no such inquiry in the US...
Joe Sacco | The Observer | Interview with the cartoonist author of "Palestine" and "Footnotes form Gaza."
Le Figaro: Uri Davis, Juif et dirigeant palestinien | About an Ashkenazi Jewish Israeli who converted to Islam and joined Fatah.
Is Everybody Disappointed In Obama? | TPMCafe | Because he's a coward, that's why.
Who's Paying?: The Case for More Transparent Policy Discourse | Stephen M. Walt | "Not surprisingly, the exposure of Galbraith's dealings has caused some controversy in Iraq, though remarkably little in Washington."
SHE2I2: Egyptian court upholds comic book ban, fines creator & publisher | "Metro" ban upheld.
Marwan Barghouti: Peace talks with Israel have failed - Haaretz | "I do not see that there are fundamental political differences between Fatah and Hamas."
Morocco relishes dual identities - Variety | On Morocco's film industry.
Public Service Announcement | Center for a New American Security | Andrew Exum stops blogging. I understand him...