April 7, 2011
Israel may be about to deliver its version of Al Jazeera; Flash mobs go head to head- we've already seen Beirut's Dabke hit, over to major travel crossroads Heathrow; Gaddafi's creative solutions dry.
Girls outside the region sport ME T-shirts like Che Guevera fashion, Celebrating full-time motherhood & remembering grandfathers passed with their Mid-East tales, Jordan films, Egypt humor good press.
April 6, 2011
Amman imagined as the game Grand Theft Auto, Syrian martyr's week, Men, and a very unlucky honeymooning couple have a stormy series of misadventures.
April 5, 2011
Encouraging Jordanian nationals to explore their own back yard rather than vacation abroad, Finding out why bottled water bottles blue, and Hariri decides to unveil more than just a political agenda.
While oil resources are constantly probed and questioned for the Gulf oil states, the more pressing issue should be food shortages; a tale of commuting anecdotes so that you can smile while squirming.
April 4, 2011
Breakfast advice tailored for Lebanon, but can be manipulated for elsewhere, skyping with Gaza, zooming in on Egypt- revelations and epiphanies in that pre-take-off spell of clarity.
Interpret the attitude from the subject and judge the stance, some repose with fiction, and fairy tales re-born; find out what Yalla Apps means to developers and what Jesus is doing in Jordan cave.
April 3, 2011
April Fools remembered for an afterthought chuckle, Reviewing the weekend's activity in Syria and Jordan and defining your I.D. tag on twitter with the aid of a dedicated website.
Female crushes laid bare, more almost Arab identity crises, some Jordan-democracy, gearing up Lebanon for a speedy internet with a cyber-campaign finally uploaded! and don't text&drive says iPhone!
April 2, 2011
Record of the Arab community in benches, Questions of identity from foreigners, trying to assimilate; Israeli perspective on Revolution and Response;Friends of Israel obstacle to Palestinian effort.
March 31, 2011
The surprising and less surprising responses by friends to 'coming out', Bashar al-Asad brought to you in English- his 'disappointing' speech translated, and a Revolution game popular on iPhone- play!
A snippet review of a new book that delves into the phenomenon that is Facebook, Disappointed in Syria leader's address, and removing a Facebook page promoting Palestine does not clean out the fans.
Foreigners appreciate the call for prayer, azzan, music, Lebanese erratic transportation habits not appreciated abroad, Does son come out better than father Al-Assad, and the unified message from Jo.
March 30, 2011
Mock list of symptoms of Arabitis, Made in Lebanon and Qatar, as well as witnessing man at his worst.
Getting to the crux of Jordan's #March25, steps to losing close friends as a lesson in avoiding those pitfalls , and in recognition of the good works of Jordan's Royal Rania.