Jordan has always been the Levante's safe haven
While most rich Gulf countries are not welcoming the MENAs refugees, Jordan's King Abdullah says, 'Come and rest in Jordan."
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What is next for Jordan?
Maybe it was a blessing from God that Jordan is poor and not like its oil-rich gulf neighbors. Although, they are very rich they do not welcome Arab refugees.
The Shura Council and Flirting in Saudi Arabia
Listen to one of our bloggers on radio share about life for women in Saudi.
Source: Saudi Woman
Syrian opposition says Assad out of any deal
The Syrian National Coalition of Revolutionary and Opposition Forces is willing to negotiate under U.S. and Russian auspices a peace deal in Syria exclusive of President Bashar al-Assad and his enforcers.
Source: Arab Saga
59.2% of Lebanese between 13 and 15 have smoked at least once
In fact, even though the smoking ban law is in effect now, a company was offering us free cigarette packs at a restaurant in Antelias the other day.
Source: Blog Baladi
Tunisia - a nation in mourning
In the coming months we will know whether Tunisians are able to overcome the death of Shokri Belaid, or if his assassination divides the country even further.
Source: Al Jazeera Blogs
The Orthodox Law: Is this the beginning of the end of the sectarian system?
People who hope to establish a secular system in Lebanon need optimism now more than ever.
Source: Karl reMarks
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