December 20, 2012
Malala has become a symbol of hope and inspiration not just for Pakistani women, but for all women around the world; a tale of 2 visions: For and against women; and Samsung makes a camera with an Android operating system.
December 19, 2012
The new constitution has articles to protect religious minorities, but also has a loop hole for Salafis to rule them all; Lebanon's' youth not shining; Yemen's problems on campus; and a new Egyptian papyrus found.. sort of.
The owner of Melody TV channels has just divorced from his wife Jihan the most humiliating insulting way possible! Latakia will become focus of Alawi-Sunni contest; and when Jordanian entrepreneurship goes wrong.
December 18, 2012
With a call to jihad and the ultimate goal of removing all the territorial boarders that separate Arab countries, Swedish jihadists have joined the fight in Syria; sign the petition against domestic violence in Iraq; and ski slopes to open this weekend in Lebanon!
With it's own trending hashtag (#HappyNationalDayQatar), Qatar plans to celebrate it's national day in style; Lebanon has driving laws? Remembering the drone stikes in Yemen; and Abu Aardvark gives his awards for best books.
December 17, 2012
Do you know why, according to WBC, the children in Connecticut got murdered by Adam Lanza? It’s because of Carrie Underwood supporting same-sex marriage; a looks the the Yes's and No's in Egypt; and one more Gangnam--Lebanese Style.
A look at the plight of women in Yemen and Saudi Arabia. Hear from them as to whether they feel free and empowered or not and a activists announce, "Arab Spring To Take Years To Improve Women's Rights".
December 16, 2012
A tribute to the scores of Syrian sports heroes killed by President Bashar al-Assad’s army, security and militia forces; some Christmas recipes and crafts; and some type of agreement made with Iran.
In the increasing amount of gun tragedies in America, too often the killer makes the front pages and the heros and victims get forgotten; criticism of Islam helps Morsi; Iranian polygamy examined; and Egyptian Christians pray for a better constitution.
December 15, 2012
Syrian Fathi Jabr al-Salatine who brutally murdered Myriam Achkar last year just got the death sentence for his crime; The interactive Lebanese flag, it keeps everyone happy and works for special occasions; and Russia relents on Syria, kind of.
December 13, 2012
"Enemies of Syria jamboree in Marrakesh endorses terror" is the offcial press release from the Assad regime about the Friends of Syria meeting in Morocco: High Expectations for Friends of Syria gathering; and Google Maps is back on iPhones.
The reason Mohammed Salayma left his house today was to buy himself a birthday cake - then the Israeli forces shot him 6 times; U.S..Army increasing Lebanon's air threat by 25 percent; and Saudi's being forced to take paternity tests.
December 12, 2012
Rebels have made their own tank, complete witha PlayStation which controls and monitors the outer gun; Imagine your President is Morsi; Syria coalition and Clinton’s no-show in Marrakesh; and in Syria, cities die slowly.
Is Obama boosting the rebel's morale or really wedging America's influence further into the Syrian infrastructure; Professor Landis discusses Syria's futures; and an interview with Saudi's Goodwill ambassador.
December 11, 2012
Egyptian revolutionary youth have begun to launch a “No for the Constitution” campaign online and on the ground; Yemen's Prime Minister lashes out at protesters; Kuwaitis pimp their rides; and Lebanese films offer 'The Attack".