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".
March 6, 2014
Without a hint of doubt, U.S. Senator Paul Broun does his best Zionist pastor impersonation and says God has Israel's back and so should America; 'The Wolf of Wall Street' never haas a chance at the Oscars; and Iraqi brat misses plane, plane turns around and gets him.
Are you scared that wild animals will take over the world or that too much national land is granted to their plight? If so, get a grip; 300: Rise of a lousy prequel? Five reasons to believe in Lebanon; and U.S. helps Israel bust Iranian arms shipment.
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.