Nahlah Ayed - Letter from the Arab world|
Nahlah Ayed is CBC Television's new correspondent in Beirut. She joined in Nov. 2002, and moved
to Jordan, then immediately to Iraq, for the lead-up to the war. She covered the fall of Baghdad,
and made the overland trip back several times over the next year to cover the war's aftermath for
both TV and radio. Nahlah is an award-winning former parliamentary correspondent for The Canadian
Press who also covered the war in Afghanistan.
June 13, 2006
"'A Muslim who kills a Muslim will go to hell,' says Muhammed Hussein, the keeper of a tiny mosque where al-Zarqawi was apparently first introduced to conservative ideas."
COLUMNS BY NAHLAH AYED:
Dec. 21, 2005
Feb. 28, 2005
Deadly fragments continue to fly in Beirut
November 16, 2004
At the end of the era of Arafat
October 5, 2004
The power of electricity