Social media allows Saudis to express themselves to the world
This Saudi with a camera phone may just upload his video online and then comment on it by using YouTube.
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Saudi Arabia: The Social Media Culture
There are simply too many Saudis around the world who are voraciously utilizing social media. It’s not only Youtube and Twitter. Saudis are among the most prolific users of Google and equally enjoy Facebook.
Source: American Bedu
Lebanon’s Gangnam Style: Obba Saida Style
Just when we thought Gangnam style had run its course, Lebanon comes out with its own version.. in Arabic!
Source: State of Mind
Morsi's Mixed Moves
Morsi's move should be seen in the context of Cairo's intensely polarized, gridlocked politics rather than as some pure expression of Islamist intent. His power is more impressive on paper than in reality.
Source: Abu Aardvark
Why many Americans want to learn Arabic?
It is a fact though that after September 11, 2001, many Americans preferred to learn Arabic more than any other language. Universities everywhere in the USA started opening more classes for teaching Arabic.
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