March 31, 2014
Of course your have the "Buckets" guys- 'Mr. Sweats Enough to Fill a Bucket"'. Who else are you sure to run into when pumping iron? Breaking up is hard to do; Tintin in the Middle East? and the Dutch ambassador in Lebanon rocks.
A survey among Saudi women showed they don't trust their husband and hate when he travels for fear he'll return with a second wife; double standards abound in the West Bank; accessing your computer remotely; and Saudi King has some wants from Obama.
March 30, 2014
Despite the commentators calling her a fake Muslim and worse, this little hijabi has found a great deal of support for her bold stance; Iranian merchant ships under attack; helping victims of terrorism; and ho-hum, more rockets in Syria.
Researchers in Pennsylvania have found a way to regrow hair using a person's own skin. We're not talking cut and paster here folks- it's a baldness breakthrough! Boosting traffic using social media; and piracy ain't hurting nothin';
March 29, 2014
Saudi citizens have wondered for years what exactly their king's desert retreat looks like. Thanks to Obama, pics have been revealed; celebrating the care of children in Lebanon; a Western and Egyptian view of Sisi's recent presidential announcement.
March 28, 2014
Breast implants, country sponsored beers, and women that have more education than the men are just a few bias-busting facts about the ME; an Arab James Bond; Syrian refugees crushing Lebanon; and UN, Iran needs your help.
March 27, 2014
Having your own car eliminates the need for those creepy taxi drivers and saves you money but at what emotional and psychological cost? Palestine-U.S. talks losing steam; drones are getting bigger and deadlier; and Anne Rice has shared AndFarAway.
March 26, 2014
An innocent wife left an old photo of herself on a phone she sold. That pic was quickly posted onto Facebook and went viral; Oman is nothing like the UK; springtime in Libya is confusing; and Egyptian clerics and sheikhs should shut up.
For tourists looking for true Lebanon or locals who want to enjoy themselves in their own country, these seven spots are sure to please; new Israeli health laws still discriminate against Palestinians; and Facebook bought Oculus VR for $2 billion.
March 25, 2014
Want to travel back in time thousands of years to the era of the great warriors? Director Naom Murro takes viewers just there with '300: Rise of an Empire'; Egyptian Capital Punishment in numbers; Spiderman and UAE Ambassadors call everyone to Earth Hour.
Juan Cole takes Romney to task for his recent accusations that Obama's weak approach to Syria is the reason Putin is feeling so emboldened as of late; Omar Sulieman returns! Condoms delivered to your front door; and Iran still on its won.
March 24, 2014
The Middle Easts' equivalent to Amazon has just made their total worth over 500 million dollars with a massive investment from Nasper; Egyptian blogger released; Lebanese teens get it right; and amazing photos from around the world.
Remember that cool ice palace Anna lived in after her self-imposed exile in Frozen? A Canadian hotel has replicated it... entirely out of ice! Christian Zionism is fading; 'Denial' is also a river in Turkey; and Saudi women not behaving badly.
March 23, 2014
On the tenth anniversary of his murder, Hamas sends all sort of threats to Israel and their ilk to remind them that they're still upset about Sheik Yassen's death; 'Nymphomaniac' worth watching; and slaves being held in Lebanon.
A law has no inherent power to make it be obeyed. The best evidence of this is the ban on smoking in lebanese restaurants that is being completely ignored; Syria abandoning Jordan border; Amman this week; and life after forty.