February 12, 2014
Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh sees Kerry's suggestion that Iran offer an olive branch to the region by fixing Syria as an auspicious possibility for President Rouhani; Canon announces the new DSLR EOS 1200D; and poking fun at the Lebanese know-it-alls.
Domestic violence and murder? Ho-hum. But when people criticize a topless skier in Lebanon, the whole social media blows up with support. In fact, most bloggers can't get enough of defending this woman's right to flaunt her mammaries.
The boycott is not an economic war against Israel- it’s a psychological war, and even the skeptics would agree that it’s already had a deep, damaging effect on this country’s will to continue fighting for the West Bank and Gaza.
February 11, 2014
It seems Emeratis won't have to stand in line to receive their driver's license. Rather, a drone equipped with an eye scanner will deliver it to their house! A topless skier from Lebanon; and the best of Phillip Seymour Hoffman.
February 10, 2014
A powerful film coming out of France switches the roles of harassment and shows men what it's like to be a women just for one day; Yemenis are back on the streets; The Arab Spring Cliff Notes; and why Kerry's Middle East plan was fluff.
A new application tells friends and family after any bombing in Lebanon that you're ok and still able to party that night; how to speak Lebanese-English; Egyptian journalists take a stand; and is police inaction equivalent to being accessories to a crime?
February 9, 2014
One blogger was thrilled to finally see a Legos movie and while the casting was top notch, by the end, she "was exhausted, (but) not overwhelmed."; Iran destroys Israel on TV; Syria taking their sweet time; and why so many French are anti-immigration.
Are you scared yet? What if you knew that it was really just one little supply ship with thirty soldiers and they're nowhere close to American soil; Twitter and driving just don't mix well; and watch Israeli settlers attack an Israeli activist.
February 8, 2014
So a non-Muslim man threatens an entire plane with a bomb, forcing it to land in Turkey yet somehow this is not considered terrorism; Bassem Youssef back in style on MBC Masr; and in March the new Apple IOS is coming.
February 7, 2014
For most Christians growing up in America, they are taught that the Jews are God's chosen and can basically do whatever they heaven they want; keep Israeli-Palestinians involved; 'Philomena' Movie Review; and Algerian Blogger still in jail.
February 6, 2014
Things just started looking up in Lebanon, at least for AUB. Jamal Daniel and The Levant Foundation gave them 32 million; IKEA opens up in Jordan, but at what cost? Advice for finding a boyfriend and the boyfriend's response.
February 5, 2014
In a sort of knee-jerk reaction to the suicide bombing, Lebanese buses are now requiring all passengers to unzip their jackets; how a space view of earth will give us hope; and Iran is now showing of their new submarine.
With so much daily carnage inflicted in the name of religion in Iraq. many young people are throwing the whole idea of a loving Creator out the window; "The Monuments Men" reviewed; and why new governments never come when reporters claim they are coming.
February 4, 2014
With war drums still pounding for a war in Iran that could cost over 3 trillion dollars and many human lives, why not invest that money into climate stabilization? 'Transformers 4' trailer; Arabs in American snow; and using sex to sell a cheeseburger.
Living in as a female in Saudi has really got Wafa' down- really down. Let us all give her some love and hope in the comments section; Tripoli Vice; Saudi king bans religion? and the Islamic State of Iraq too much for Al Qaeda.