May 24, 2012
A Christian Arab woman won't wear a hijab and gets canned from her job; Arab countries still lacking freedom in the press; Converting from one Smartphone cult to another; and Syria showing signs of Internet freedom with Google
Ladies that vote and how they did it; is it the stupidest transition in history?; Egyptian women making history not just at the polling stations; is Muslim Brotherhood contender Mohammed Mursi more CEO than president?
May 23, 2012
Get to the back of the line: voters tell candidates to wait their turn; No more room for grey in a black and white vote; it's all a matter of facts and figures; the importance of citizen journalism; all the choices are bad choices for Nadia el Awady.
May 22, 2012
Middle East companies need to learn how to market to women; Consumerism is not the way forward for one Middle Eastern woman; Sand Monkey derides Western weddings (oh and gives his take on the Egyptian elections); Under my Olive Tree gets to grips with a vital issue for women all over the world: domestic violence
Former Wham crooner shows the world Beirut is safe (at least for a night) and that all we have to do is take these lies and make them true; a battle of Italian sports car titans; and the union between Saudi and Bahrain that never happened
May 21, 2012
A fellow Arab goes off on Dubai and leaves little reason why anyone should visit; You will not believe what Saudis are doing now; The aftermath of a Lebanese fight; and an opportunity for cultural exchange in Jordan
A low budget, earthy take on the best Amman has to offer, complete with slideshow! A funny look at the crazy dictators of our era; Are Sunnis shooting themselves in the foot in Lebanon? and America from an Egyptian perspective.
May 20, 2012
Instead of observing peace, the UN Team fled from live bullets and constant taunting from Syrians; Protesters in Iraq don't want Turkey in their sand, which leads to a Turkish response; a look at some amazing Arab Inspired living rooms
Breaking news about an assassination of one of the tribal leaders of Sinai's famous Al Sawaraka tribe; Lebanese are not thrilled with the big beards of their own Salafi countrymen; and weddings in Saudi done right
May 19, 2012
The famous Algerian singer Warda passed away at age of 72; Iran is setting plans to sue Google for it's Maps Services; And Google released Schemer app and website to help people plan and accomplish their goals in life.
May 18, 2012
It seems even something as innocent as a circus can stir things up for some Pro-Palestinian activists; Is 'Dear' the English equivalent to Habibi? and the censorship of graffiti in Syria is coming to Lebanon as well.
May 17, 2012
These are the tallest mud buildings in the entire world and form a fortress for its 7000 residents; Frustation from an average Syrian about the state of affairs; What do we know about the Egyptian Jews prior to Nakba Day?
May 16, 2012
Is hejab, the Islamic veil, losing its Islamic purpose and becoming a fashion trend; Palestinian mother's suffer the hunger of their imprisoned sons; 79th day of Hunger Strike still going strong.
With 200K in seed money, Google has chosen a winner of its Egyptian Traffic App competition; One Egyptian blogger shares her tales of road rage and obvious need for this new app; and a fun pictorial review of the argeelah pipe in all facets of Lebanese life.
May 15, 2012
One girls sees way too much at a cafe in Jordan and asks whose problem is it? Another Jordanian is torn at two competing realities in his homeland; and a cartoon looks at boob jobs from an Arab woman's perspective.