July 29, 2012
The Saudi Interpol has publicly outed websites selling fake Olympics tickets to potential customers.
Not since the Second Intifada have Israeli troops made such incursions into Palestinian territories, in a move condemned by activists.
Zain Shaito, who's father is Lebanese, plans to represent the Middle Eastern country to send a message to the world about unity.
July 28, 2012
A shopping centre in the UK, namely Westfields at Stratford, printed a garbled welcome message for Arabic athletes visiting for the Olympics. The signs in their native language read backwards.
July 27, 2012
For Walid Jumblatt, Druze sect Chief in Lebanon, Saudi King Abdullah is a big friend. This particular Lebanon-Saudi alliance has served the sometimes fickle politician well, and Jumblatt looks forward to his pending visit to see HM King Abdullah.
July 26, 2012
A 90-year-old Saudi groom will always remember his wedding night, that fell during Ramadan, after a long life of celibacy. He hopes to have children.
Ancient Palestinian cave dwellers have been turfed out of their homes to make way for more training facilities for Israel.
July 25, 2012
Golan border-watch: A voyeuristic past-time maybe, but Israelis have been observed partaking in the peculiar activity of watching Syrians under fire from 'their' Golan backyard border, in the battleground that is Syria. Children get a better vantage of the 'protests' by scrambling over tanks.
Defected Syrian Brigadier-General Manaf Tlas called on Syrians to unite and look towards a post-revolutionary Syria, in a statement broadcast exclusively on Al Arabiya late Tuesday. “I speak to
The European Union yesterday turned down a request by Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman to blacklist Hezbollah as a terrorist group.
As part of the 2012 Summer Olympics hosted in London, theater groups from around the world portray the bard in a different light.
July 24, 2012
Libyan swimmer Sofyan El Gadi, chosen by the Libyan Olympic Committee to represent the country in the London 2012 Olympic Games, is getting underway to dive in for an attempted personal record best. Buoyed-up by a country past a revolution, he hopes to get past the post in record time.
Sheherazad Jaafari, the lady who caused a scandal with her links to both Assad and US TV presenter, Barbara Walters, is at it again...
Yesterday was one of the bloodiest days in Iraq's history with over 100 dead and 216 injured in a series of coordinated attacks.
July 23, 2012
Contrary to the stereotype, most Saudi parents approve of sex education in schools, according to a recent survey.