January 8, 2014
The Bush Institute invited Ralph Nader to contribute to their causes. Little did they know, Nader had a lot to add to this discussion; Syria Coalition imploding once again; Iran's year of Campaigns; and Iraq readies to take Fallujah, again.
Pope Francis is travelling to the Middle East in May and Arab Christians and Muslims alike are expecting good things; step up your game aspiring chefs- it's Mud Pie time; and the health of Syrian women is often overlooked in refugee camps.
January 7, 2014
For avid HD lovers, Samsung UHD is about to take you into a whole new level of viewing pleasure. Here comes over 100 inches of curved fun! 3 billion dollars to Lebanese army; a beauty pic from Jordan and the top 10 Photoshopped photos of 2013.
Happy Epiphany, Three Kings Day, Armenian Christmas, Feast of Theophany, or Eastern Orthodox Christmas!
January 6th and 7th offer many of the Jesus faithful in the Middle East a chance to celebrate his virgin birth; Merry Armenian Christmas and Orthodox Christmas! Check here for your holiday recipes.
January 6, 2014
A boat full of weapons and Shiites from all over the region coasted in illegally to the coastal waters of Bahrain and became the proof of interference; No fun in Saudi; the Syrian National Council opts out; and why we must digitize all books.
So there are 1.7 million Israelis or about a fifth of the population who are Palestinian-Israelis. What about them Netanyahu? Fighting a rape culture; Christmas for Armenians is not easy; and Egypt's Muppets are guilty of terror!
January 5, 2014
It's no secret that the mess in Iraq now is due to the instability from the Iraq War. That hasn't stopped some U.S. politicians form wanting to attack again; agriculture as a cover for Israeli takeover and Karzai playing games in Afghanistan.
Attention parents! Get out of the house and into the theaters. 'Frozen' is tons of fun and a great movie for children and parents alike; Egyptian minister puts foot into mouth; King of Jordan fears nothing; and questions about Lebanon's torched library.
January 4, 2014
An Arab PhD student marvels at how many families, friends or lone individuals he sees praying in restaurants and the like in America; Jordan's environmental year in review; and the challenges for the women in Gaza.
January 2, 2014
For one Jewish blogger, it is fine to pursue justice but to praise the release of killers form prison is simply crossing the line; Intifada Part Three is just around the corner; and beautiful Arabic poetry translated into English.
Those Turks really know how to spoil a kid and they start early. Jewelry shops in Istanbul sell a variety of golden pacifiers; Dubai lit up the sky for New Year's Eve; vanity plates in America; and the best and worst of entertainment for 2013.
January 1, 2014
This year is the year for more juice eateries, more burger options and definitely more restaurants focused on giving kids a good time in Lebanon; Top Arab Startup and Tech Stories from ArabCrunch in 2013; and a New Year for the U.S. Military in the MIddle East.
December 31, 2013
It seems opening a new calendar always makes folks ponder and reflect, if not just for one blog entry. Many of Blogs Roundup's superstar bloggers have offerings from the past and hopes for the future to all their readers.
December 30, 2013
Dozens of bloggers from the Middle East were asked to pick who they thought made 2013 a year to remember. Here are their picks; Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak era torture videos being deleted; and Samsung’s new Ultra HDTV is massive.
With his newest design "The City Lady', Kaizer has made his mark as an artist with talent and a message for the people of Egypt; a final Christmas Miracle; Israelis want Palestine taught in school and two poets arrested in Iran.