August 25, 2014
Some say the sister swap between friends is just a cheap way to get married in Yemen. This blog counters that the accountability produces better marriages; the six franchises Beirut needs; a Muslim campaign against ISIS; and Toronto becomes Gaza.
The Iranian Foreign Minister, the President and even the Ayatollah are regular wizards on the Twittersphere, yet it is still heavily regulated in Iran; is the Gulf Cooperation Council an oxymoron? No ISIS on Twiiter; and wandering thoughts during meetings.
August 24, 2014
In one fell swoop, the IDF levelled an entire 12 story residential tower in their search for Hamas militants, leaving almost fifty families homeless; Lebanese soldiers held by ISIS now at greater risk of beheading; and Israelis want the siege over now.
One blogger says the reason children and present day ISIS members gravitate towards this ideology is poor upbringing and archaic world-views; Gaza is rubbles but still winning the war on social media; and Assad is not the real cause of ISIS surging.
August 23, 2014
Asia always seems to come up with some ingenious, impressive or outright weird inventions. The FingerNap may fit all three categories; the difficulty of being a Sunni in Lebanon; and some parents just don't understand parenting.
August 21, 2014
Jordan's Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Judeh simply and eloquently explains the socio-politcal situation in his region with a simple map; 'Lip-Art' done to perfection; and Egyptian politicians tell America how to deal with protesters.
A survey of Saudi university students revealed some fairly racist and religiously pompous views about Americans and their culture; Tripoli's Christians are worried; when does Israel go to court for killing kids? and it's a whodunnit for Egypt's power shortage.
August 20, 2014
Before the head of Gaza’s bomb squad was killed, he said the bombs dropped on Gaza were equivalent to an Atomic attack; the ceasefire breaks down and more bombs drop; and the strike on a San Francisco port has kept an Israeli barge undocked for four days.
A Canadian blogger has a go at how some uninformed Muslims take the boycott baton and just run with it, throwing caution to the wind; Dubai almost ready to harness the sun; and how to really screw up your blog.
August 19, 2014
For every 1000 Lebanese, the UNHCR confirms there are 178 refugees. This problem will only grow until Syria is in order; did the rumors about Clinton and ISIS start on Egyptian Facebook pages? and Iranian poet Simin Behbahani dies at 87.
Aside from the gas choking Ferguson and Gaza's residents alike, there’s another connection: Police Chief Timothy Fitch received “counter-terrorism” training in Israel; WTF in Lebanon; Being Arab in the US; and a red carpet protest in Sarajevo.
August 18, 2014
Thousands of Palestinian activists marched on a California port to prevent an Israeli ship from being able to dock; a farther teaches his son how to be a violent racist; ten things that Lebanon should ban; and Egypt kills 3 suspected terrorists.
One Lebanese blogger delves into the touchy area of childhood obesity. Do the kids need a diet or more so, an active, responsible lifestyle? Artists always approached to do free gigs; and a Syrian martyr tells his mom, 'Don't be sad."
August 17, 2014
One blogger is convinced that the eventual establishment of ISIS is all part of the West's fuller agenda to get oil from someone other than Saudi; Motorola revealing big things in September; and see vintage photos of Lebanon colorized.
The modern Confederate Hellcat will only be made sixty five times so this bike already has a waiting list and it'll cost 10K to just get your name on it; a male belly dancer? The Jordan-Syria Border Crossings are a mess; and Sisi not loving the NGOs.