March 5, 2014
Refugee infants in Lebanon, nearly 2,000 of whom under the age of five, are now “at risk of dying” from malnutrition, according to UNICEF; Bahrain faces a back and forth between the government and protesters; and with freedom comes opinion.
Jabeur Mejri was jailed for posting Prophet Mohammed cartoons on Facebook and was the first victim of expressing himself during the Tunisian revolution; spamming by Gaddafi's daughter; Obama confronts Netanyahu; and Gulf States be fightin'.
March 4, 2014
It seems every techie in the MIddle East is getting bombarded by requests to hack someone else's' Facebook account. Well, this is neither legal or possible; Algerians fight fraud; Lebanese Jews reminisce from New York; and Doha Film Institute remembers Jacques Tati.
The Knesset and human rights group are trying to bring this multi-million dollar sleazefest in Israel to extinction; Karl reMarks goes off on British culture; and Maya Saloon helps us escape for a moment from the harsh realities of life.
March 3, 2014
Comic book geeks or even a fair-weather film goer won't be able to resist watching this Marvel action thriller after they see the epic trailer; Iran and the world powers to meet Wednesday; Iran wins in the Crimean crisis; and Lebanese woman are powerful.
A self proclaimed Oscar dunce, 'And Far Away' blogger is not afraid to call out actors, not matter who they are, on their choice of Academy Award attire; the list of all Oscar winners; and a funny look at how to drive in Lebanon.
March 2, 2014
The new President of Iran Hassan Rouhani has warned his generals against making hostile statements that the West could interpret as fightin' words; Ben & Jerry's just raised the bar; get outta Lebanon, Palestinians! and this week in Amman.
Referred to by a blogger as Dr. Strangelove, Major General Ibrahim Abdel Atti uses electro-magnetic waves to magically whisk away AIDS; predictions for the Oscars; Aline Lahoud Is out of The Voice; and drought the real cause of the Syrian War.
March 1, 2014
"Yarmouk continues to endure severe life-threatening shortages of food, water, and medication, yet we focus our attention on a Katy Perry video"; Movie Review: "Non Stop”; a letter to the Lebanese first lady; and the Muslim-Christian divide in Israel.
February 27, 2014
With the boom of business in cities like Dubai and Doha comes the rising costs of office spaces. But why then is Beirut's still so high? Hezbollah will not retaliate; Obama leaving Afghanistan for good; and Iranians long for a revolution like Ukraine's
February 26, 2014
Heart rates, sleep patterns and how far you've walked in one day are all actions logged by the upcoming Samsung Fitness bracelet: what exactly is a moderate Syrian fighter? Leftist Egyptian politician emerges; and "About Last Night' worth a look.
February 25, 2014
Al Qaeda's spokesman went to the airwaves to declare that Bangladesh is the latest frontier for Western aggression towards Muslims; 'Three Days to Kill' not worth two hours; suicide bombing in Peshawar; and Lebanese people are nosey.
February 24, 2014
Finally, the amazing Swedish home retail store IKEA will be opening its doors in Amman next month; Meanwhile a group of tweeps held their first get together in Lebanon; Some Lebanese Art got featured in Oslo.
The controversial singer Myriam Klink is smarter than we thought; there are some hidden symbols behind those cheesy/provocative music videos of hers; If you're thinking of making a movie in the ME, there are 4 essential rules you need to know; Sexual harassment in Yemen is a serious problem, you need to watch this short film on it.
With foreign reporters being tried without translators to all sorts of other members of Egyptian media being treated horrendously, this trial is not starting well; Samsung Gear 2; Lessons for Kyiv from Arabs; and Belgium cozies to Iran.