January 30, 2011
Shock-waves from Tunisia and Egypt echoing in the region, Egyptian Female protesters getting bloodied and Looking at Lebanon's Lighter Side.
Everyone's talking, tweeting, blogging about it , so must we. Egypt Special
January 29, 2011
On Egypt's day 28 January, Jordan did not get a look in. We stole a glimpse though. And over to this crucial moment in Egyptian and Regional history. Perpectives arising above the internet black-out.
January 27, 2011
Egypt, rain and leaks.
Our thoughts are with Jeddah as it drowns, we hear from Jordan on the Palestine Papers, back Egypt's social network black out, and a look at Algeria.
January 26, 2011
Lightening the tone with some brave comic sketches, but the anger is still rearing its ugly head.
Over to Egypt, following a day of public outrage, and elsewhere, Lebanon and Palestine, no calm on the Arab Front...
January 25, 2011
Palestine Files or Napkin Files?, a different opinion on 'that' Jordanian school teacher, and a local voice dares to get pornographic.
A facebook daughter tells us how when her mother took to Facebook, she still showed the monitoring traits that mark a mother from a 'friend'.
January 24, 2011
Stifling the Jasmine Revolution in the West Bank, why can't people walk straight, the windows of your soul, fifty versus Kayne, reflections on infinity and a short history of self-immolation.
January 23, 2011
Saudi men studying abroad could do with a mahrem, using the 'C-word', Macy Gray in Israel, Lebanese coffee conversations, and disturbing footage from a public school in Jordan.
January 20, 2011
First Tunisia, now Egypt, Mauritius and elsewhere – bloggers weigh in on legacy of Mohamed Bouazizi.
January 19, 2011
A blogger in Jordan defends Queen Rania from ungracious comments over twitter, a Tunisian writes ‘our time is now’, and do you support causes, or simply ‘cause support’?
January 18, 2011
Dubious media coverage of events in Tunisia, Hizbullah running scared, "Loonwatch" dubs 2010 the "year of Islamophobia" and what do you want as a citizen?
January 17, 2011
Bloggers in Jordan get political, Gaddafi entertains Tunisia, why sometimes 'imitation is not the sincerest' form of flattery and can being a good looking girl ruin your career?