December 9, 2010
Life on the compound in Saudi, a faux paux by President Sarkozy in Rabat, absurd advertising in Beirut, and who really controls the Oval Office? This and more in todays blog roundup.
December 8, 2010
Blogs today: The 15 year old blogger, spelling problems in Jordan, the Qatar world cup and memories of Christmas past.
December 7, 2010
A law professor in Suadi Arabia is detained for writing about the royal succession and possible power struggles.
Jordanian blogger Roba Assi writes about the street harassment of women in Jordan, and a program called “ObjecDefy,” which is hoping to air documentaries on the issue and change attitudes.
In this blog Palordina writes about something that’s different in every country: Parking. Meanwhile KABOBfest explains why the US lost the World Cup bid in a few simple pictures.
December 6, 2010
Maya's Amalgam compares adult humor in Lebanon to the schoolyard, a normal daily bike ride turns into an odyssey around "a rural highway in the midst of Aleppo's highways.
December 5, 2010
Naomi Campbell has been forbidden by the Eqyptian Antiquities Organization from holding her wedding ceremony in the ancient pharaonic temple of Luxor next Tuesday.
Israeli fire officials say they hope to stop the worst wildfire in the country's history by today, three days after the blaze began in a forest in Israel's north.
A poll published yesterday said that only third of German people has a positive opinion toward Muslims. This percentage is far below other west European nations
December 3, 2010
How has a small nation, like Jordan, survived in the face of so many obstacles?
December 2, 2010
The King's desire to marry a woman with two living ex-husbands caused a constitutional crisis in the UK, which ultimately led to the King's abdication in December 1936 to marry the woman he loved.
HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince last night officially inaugurated Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, the world's first Ferrari World Abu Dhabi
The Royal Court on Wednesday issued a statement announcing the passing away of the maternal grandfather of His Majesty King Abdullah, Major General Walter Gardiner, in Amman at dawn yesterday
December 1, 2010
The 34th Cairo International Film Festival opened on Tuesday, with the theme "Egypt in the Eyes of the World's Cinemas."
A Medicine in KSA reveals if your husband is cheating, while Lady Gaga launches "web death" aids campaign
A medicine which “Ka-Fashto”, has become widespread in Kuwait. It’s made up of Aromatic herb oils which interact with drink - and the husband – to give off a special scent which reveals the betrayer.