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December 17, 2004, Wall Street Journal, Jacques Can't Stop
Dan Henninger's Wonder Land column reports on the importance of new technology such as the Spirit of America supported Arabic Blogging Tool.
December 16, 2004, The Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, Notes & Comments
"IRAQ THE MODEL: Omar and Mohammed -- two of the three brothers who report and write Iraq the Model -- were in Washington last week, meeting with us at the FDD, visiting with our good friends at Spirit of America , talking with journalists and... wait a minute, there was something else... oh yes, meeting with the President of the United States."
December 10, 2004, BuzzMachine, The world changes in a click
"I saw the world change last night.Spirit of America showed its new Arabic-language blogging tool at a reception in Washington."
December 10, 2004, BuzzMachine, My Iraqi Friends
"While I was in Washington yesterday, I got to meet Omar and Mohamed, the blogging brothers behind IraqTheModel.com, and I can't tell you what a wonderful moment it was. It was magical, even miraculous. For this could never have happened in a world without the internet and citizens' media."
November 15, 2004, Fast Company magazine article Wishful Thinking features Spirit of America as a great way to give something that can make a real difference this Holiday season.
August 13, 2004, Marines.com, Residents of Ar Rutbah get a rebuilt hosptial
"InMed Partnerships for Children, a non-profit organization from Virginia, donated $1.8 billion worth of medicine. Spirit of America, a charity from Los Angeles, organized the transportation of the goods and Global Operations and Development, also from California, donated durable medical equipment such as wheel chairs, braces and splints."
June 7, 2004, NBC 13 - Alabama, Website Matches Donations With Iraqis In Need
When American citizens of good will look at Iraq today, the most poignant question heard is: "What can I do?" That sentence tops the Website for "Spirit Of America," and it's an apt description of the mission of this non-profit organization based in Utah.
May 30, 2004, San Jose Mercury News, America's Best Spirit
In that spirit, they're assisting a Web-based humanitarian project that almost anyone can endorse, regardless of one's stance on the wisdom of the war.
It's called "Spirit of America" -- and it's a bright spot in an otherwise horrendous muddle. In the next few weeks, the organization hopes to sign up a million Americans as contributors, volunteers or simply people who are interested enough to pay attention.