March 16, 2014
One blogger from inside the turmoil of Gaza grieves that whenever there's any heat on the political front, Gaza is always the brunt of Israel's aggression; Ultraman and Allah don't mix; Ammani happenings this week; and the lessons of fairy tales stink.
"Much like the hotel’s design, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is like an exquisite wedding cake; beautiful, rich, and perfectly layered."; feeling the ME blues; "Worst Countries to Visit " article removed; and a female Syrian Christian activist opposes the Assad regime.
March 15, 2014
A Lebanese blogger lays out how the West's relationship with their cash-camel Saudi Arabia is so full of hypocrisy, it's about to give birth to lunacy; speaking of Saudis, why do they marry multiple times? and the EU to sanction Iran.
March 13, 2014
Say Happy Birthday to he Internet, it's 25 now!; Mashrou Leila's charity concert for Syria; Funny First Kiss video and SNOG parody; And what do the Lebanese think of the Syrian refugees in their country?
Thanks to five-time open golf champion Peter Thomson, you'll soon be able to play golf while enjoying the nearby sight of the Pyramids; What Google Glass can do for the Military; Pakistan releases inspirational cartoon "The Burka Avenger."
March 12, 2014
An Egyptian woman telling Obama to "shut his mouse" has become an internet hit; Look forward to a special Star Wars exhibition at Dubai's Comic Con; And meet the new 2014 Rolls Royce GHOST.
The Dubai Lynx International Festival has released the final shortlists ahead of tonight's awards; If you're a Matrix fan, then you've 3 new films to look forward to now; Finally, Fashion Forward Dubai dates announced.
March 11, 2014
Pizza Hut is changing the face of customer service through its latest interactive table technology; Meanwhile Disney saves an autistic boy.
The ME Film & Comic Con is back for a third season and is set to take Dubai by storm; Japan launches world's priciest tissues; Try the amazing Google Glasses in one Chicago hotel!
March 10, 2014
Red Bull sets a challenge defying 100 teams of students to make it to Berlin using Red Bull cans as their only currency; meanwhile, jazz and the blues are making their mark on the world.
Dubai tech park launches $299m 'smart city' project. Meanwhile, Lindt loses court case over golden bunny trademark. In Dubai, triathlon Lebanese Champion Roy Nasr is honored with a charity bike ride, and fashion giant Tommy Hilfiger plans on opening his very own first hotel!
March 9, 2014
Indian 3G network MTS came up with a hilarious and smart ad for their Internet services; A speaker in Lebanon teaches us about the true meaning of happiness, while Ambassador Tom Fletcher supports the working classes.
Lebanon and Egypt marched for women's rights on International Women's Day, while Google included the Arab world in their own Doodle in celebration of the occasion.
March 8, 2014
The Arab world loves women! On International Women's Day, the Arab world unearths an ancient daughter from a land pharaoh pharaoh away, and women dream on for a day off! while saying no to domestic violence!
World Press has selected the ten most moving photos from last year. Many of these gut-wrenching images are from those suffering in the Middle East; scars to mommy's face; the BroApp! and a movie with a message, "Zaytoun".