Interesting results for a country that had revolution
Egyptian election officials open ballot box before counting ballots at a polling station in Cairo on May 24, 2012.
It is time to talk about #egyelections
Ok I feel better know now to speak about the preliminary first stage result of the presidential elections after my emotional meltdown in the morning.
Source: Egyptian Chronicles
Summer in Damascus
In times like this I think about the long, lazy afternoons. Of a breeze gently pushing past the curtains of the balcony as I lay dozing on a sofa in our cool living room. Outside, the streets are gently being baked by the harsh sun and the cars lay still in the empty streets below, as if grateful for the brief respite given by their owners. If there is one time of the day that is revered universally in the Mediterranean, it is the afternoon.
WELCOME TO THE DUKE’S DIWAN
“It’s like entering a time machine” That’s the best thing I could say to describe how it feels tobe in the Duke’s Diwan, much more for the first time. It makes me regret passing by that place all those times without checking it out, or sometimes not even noticing it was there.
Source: Cinnamon Zone
- Arab countries, wake up and reform your armies for the revolutions' sake!
- Positive interest in entrepreneurship and social development in the MENA despite the Arab Spring
- Positive interest in entrepreneurship and social developmentin the MENA despitethe Arab spring
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