November 8, 2013
Apparently you can't teach an old dog new tricks when it comes to the military rule in Egypt; Iran and West to draft nuclear deal in Geneva; and the IDF uses a Muslim cemetery for training.
November 7, 2013
As U.S. Secretary of State was in Israel, Palestinian protesters surprised him with pleas to stop giving money to the occupiers; Iran executing a lot of Sunnis; Egypt first to be last place to visit; and Iraq has been long forgotten.
November 6, 2013
Whether fighting crime or dealing with her overprotective brother or strict muslim parents, Kamal has her work cut out for her; virginity soap in Egypt; a wifi coffee maker; and Yemen to ban child marriages (so they say).
After the Iran-Iraq War, many families who lost loved ones are going to hold onto their hate for America until the day they die. This won't top them however, from jumping behind a 2012 Ford Mustang and cruising in Tehran.
November 5, 2013
A recent Twitter hashtag for Ramallah's Romeos and Jenin's Juliets helped the occupied Arabs have a little fun in light of their situation; 7iber joins Storymaker; Arab wedding photos made easy online; and Israeli soldiers use Palestinians as props.
A sponsored Facebook page is pushing for the legalization of marijuana in Lebanon and one blogger thinks it's not a bad idea; get a celeb to tweet you; abortion in Egypt, and a Bashar Assad has a pen pal.
November 4, 2013
Israel and Palestine are trying to establish a Palestine state together in talks based on good faith. At the same time, more Jewish settlements are being approved; running for peace; Morsi to be judged; and PhoneIslam Managing Director killed.
An Indian proverb says raising a daughter is like watering your neighbour's garden and thus millions are killed at birth; 1956 is not a distant memory for Palestinians; women empowered in Palestine; and a look at families in Pakistan after drone killings.
November 3, 2013
Why put up a giant statue of Christ in the midst of such setbacks and so much danger? Because "Jesus would have done it,"; DarebniTV providing jobs and making bank; meet the new Taliban leader; and MTV insulted over nothing.
It is sad that polio is back and could spread throughout the region due to the large amount of movement by Syrians fleeing their country; Israelis attack sheep; Bassem done with CBC..or not; and more Arabic over coffee.
November 2, 2013
The absence of the Ayatollah Khomeini from the public eye has led some to assume he's sick but the government says not to jump to conclusions; Assad wants some guarantees; Saudi beating video; and Starbucks taking on teas.
October 31, 2013
Over 60 billion dollars of Iranian assets have been blocked by governments across the globe. China alone has frozen over 20 billion; Bassem's back; Zidane is za-done; photos of Palestinian prisoners' release; and Yemeni women fight for education.
The Lebanese Jewelers Mouawad have created a $10M Royal Fantasy Bra for Victoria’s Secret and the region's millions in poverty just shake their heads; a call to Carpe Diem; and Pakistani family gets the cold shoulder from U.S. Congressman.
October 30, 2013
One blogger is furious over the lack of attention given to the attacks in Yemen and even worse, the cold shoulder most Arab news outlets are giving to the topic; the reality of burnt olive groves; and options other than WhatsApp.
Imagine playing a first person shooter game with and against sixty-four other people. Now go buy Battlefield 4 because all your dreams have now come true! Arabic over coffee; Iran's night flights to Syria; and Syria, it's complicated.