June 16, 2013
As it turns outs in KSA, it's fine to leave a woman shut inside without provisions but if she goes out to make a grocery run, there's going to be hell to pay; Obama coin flipping on Syria; the Sony PS4 dominates XBox; and Shiite expansion.
June 15, 2013
Jordan is like Obama's little brother so he intends to keep his bro safe with arming the rebels and setting up Patriot missiles along the broder; more on Hizbollah in Syria; Syria's May death toll at 5,000; and all the latest from Syria Comment.
June 13, 2013
While the Moghrabi's claim to be still on their honeymoon after 8 years, they admit that, "the secret of a happy marriage, remains a secret"; the youth of Iran want change; Syrian opposition gets shoddy support; and the Lebanese town that never sleeps.
The prevalence of HIV in Yemen is estimated at only about 0.2 percent of the population. However, people living with HIV face discrimination almost everywhere, even in some health facilities; Qatar to build floating hotels; and Facebook during WWI.
June 12, 2013
After doing poorly on the corruption index, Kuwait can boast of their peaceful existence. The Lebanese, however, were not so lucky; Social Media Awards show their numbers; and Obama is still an amateur when it comes to Syria.
Gradley gives us everything we need to know about the Iphone's new digs and from his persepctive, this puts Apple back on top; Splash! brings plenty of boobs; Erdogan Assaults Taksim in bid to break up protests; and KSA to block Skype.
June 11, 2013
Without a real clue as to why a British in in Beirut, Lebanon Karl reMarks offers some cheeky possibilities; Jordan's women in the Asian Cup finals! Kuwait University ablaze again; and an Egyptian response to the Ethiopian letter.
The Superbowl of Smartphones has finally gone down in Kuwait. See who this Arab blogger thinks came out on top; the Turkish protests explained; Lebanese waters compared to a toilet; and an 'Ode to an Icon' in Amman.
June 10, 2013
Both sides of the issue are getting worked up so one Ethiopians tries to calm things down with a little heart to heart; Google is close to buying Waze for $1.3 billion; questions children ask; and artists in Egypt protest their minister of culture.
The Gulf countries told their citizens to avoid the Lebanese land for the time being and naturally, the Beirutis took particular offense; Yemen's Human Rights Minister joins strike; 'like' a protest on Save-facebook; and Syria about to move it up a notch.
June 9, 2013
A Beirut newspaper claims a “high-ranking State Department official” spoke on Washington’s behalf in Barcelona to a Damascus government official about the extremist threat.; Kurdish Idol? Jordan thrashes Kuwait; and Amman this week.
It seems once people update their XBox One, they're locked out form almost everything. Back to the drawing board! A prayer fro Egypt; Hit-and-run woman driver kills a municipal police in Lebanon; and ancient tombs in Egypt left unprotected.
June 8, 2013
If one is in a room with ten Saudi women, at least three of them are being beat or slapped on a regular basis at home; four pages of raw Morsi; Sunnis are mad and the Syria war is coming to Lebanon; and what to do when a professor wants to be facebook buddies.
June 7, 2013
The Abbey Church of the Apostles in Giza governate was restored by the same government that has let many other churches get torched; Qusayr is completley ruined; al-Zawahiri rants; Lebanon's clubs are cheating patrons; and Al Bareidi says sorry to Ethiopia.
June 6, 2013
The image of "Ceyda Sungur" a Turkish academic being sprayed by tear gas sums up the boiling in the streets of Turkey; pizza delivered by helicopter? Let the music fade; and two cops jailed for parking in handicap spot in Kuwait.