Blogs Roundup

September 10, 2013

An MP opened fire using a AK-47 on his colleague in the Jordanian House of Representatives in Amman on Tuesday. (Image for illustrative purposes, courtesy of The Jordan Times/Hassan Tamimi)
15:51 GMT
Hardly keeping it parliament-polite, a Jordanian MP shoots at a fellow MP in Parliament; Egypt needs another revolution to fix its economy; What does the Human Rights Watch think of the chemical attack on Syrian children.
The savvy creator of Cronuts has introduced a new dessert: "The Magic Soufflé." (Image: Getty Images)
14:50 GMT
The creator of the famous Cronut has now come up with The Magic Soufflé; What has Victoria Beckham come up with for this SS14; "Electro Rock" give you something new to sing about.

September 9, 2013

The International Olympic Committee opted to host the 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo rather than Madrid or Istanbul. (Image: Facebook)
13:57 GMT
The International Olympic Committee opted to host the 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo rather than Madrid or Istanbul; You can now make your own movie in Beirut for FREE; Fender introduces their latest hot collection of basses.
Lebanese woman kills her husband and chops him up in their home. (Image: Shutterstock/Rangizzz)
11:05 GMT
With the help of her two children, a Lebanese woman killed her husband and chopped his body into pieces; Internet that's so slow that slow gained a new meaning; What do people really think of the war in Syria?

September 8, 2013

The lion which was arrested in Bayan, Kuwait last weekend. (Image: Twitter)
17:00 GMT
A lion roaming the streets of Kuwait was captured yesterday, and it even has its own Twitter account; Old tires turned into fabulous tables; Today marks International Literacy Day, do something to help.
An increasing number of Arabs are believing more in evolution and less in religion. (Image: Shutterstock/Livinglegend)
12:35 GMT
The number of Atheists is increasing in the Arab world; Bad conditions in Lebanon on the rise; LG's latest hilarious prank in Chile.

September 7, 2013

Obama leaves the Whitehouse with daughters, Sasha and Malla (image Getty)
11:24 GMT
Obama might want to keep his cards close to his chest and his daughters closer as Iranian officials threaten to rape his girls; A guide to the moderate rebels- who apparently are gaining more ground than their extremist 'allies' in Syria; US poll on Syria reveals more unpopularity than support.

September 5, 2013

Comedian Dean Obeidallah has a new comedic Islam documentary out. (Image: Facebook)
13:21 GMT
The random Islam-focused comedy tour of Dean Obeidallah has turned into a hilarious documentary; Did Yahoo!'s new logo really change?; Summer is nearing, what's the perfect eye makeup for that?
Obama told congressional leaders that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad needs to be held accountable for allegedly carrying out the August 21 nuclear attack near Damascus. (Image: AFP/Jim WATSON)
10:49 GMT
Obama's ulterior motives to striking Syria; How do Egyptians see Syria; Locals ponder possible Syria strike.

September 4, 2013

An Al-Jadeed TV newsreader presents the news in 3D. (Image: Youtube screenshot)
14:01 GMT
Watch Lebanon's first 3D newsroom; Justin Timberlake adds new Tequila range to his brand; Artist implants RFID chip under his skin.
Head to head: President Obama is against President Al Assad's policies. (Image: Wikipedia)
10:56 GMT
Assad tells Obama Syria is all his; A chemical strike on Syria will harm its civilians; Girl pays Eulogy to Syrian bourgeoisie.

September 3, 2013

Jordan is killing its gaming industry. (Image: Shutterstock)
16:00 GMT
Jordan’s ICT sector is slowly dying; Why are Lebanese Psychiatrists talking about homosexuality now; 69% of expatriate women in Lebanon are subjected to harassment.
US President Barack Obama and his French counterpart Francois Hollande are both convinced the Syrian regime used chemical weapons on its own people last week, an aide to Hollande said. (Image: AFP/SAM SKAINE)
12:34 GMT
The myths of the Syrian war have fallen following the Assad nuclear incident; Which 50 members are revising the 2012 Egyptian Constitution; What does Chomsky really know about Syria.

September 2, 2013

The Israeli Army has ordered 1,200 of the blue pills. But what for? (Image: Shutterstock/CreaPicTures)
16:00 GMT
What's the Israeli Army going to do with 1,200 Viagra pills?; Lebanese beauty pageants a joke; Italian teens take Pope's first "selfie."
Asma Al Assad is described as "heartless" with only one thing in mind: Luxury shopping. (Image: Facebook)
12:59 GMT
How could Asma Al Assad be consumed by shopping while the Syrian people are dying; One Lebanese wonders where the airstrikes are; Lebanese living on edge due to Syrian crisis.