June 12, 2014
Just when we thought there couldn't be another comedy sequel that bombs, 22 Jump Street comes along and totally blows us away! A woman kills her maid in Kuwait and gets no punishment whatsoever; and a wedding proposal done right in an airport.
June 11, 2014
In the Middle East, if people want to watch World Cup games, they have to pay for a subscription to beIN Sports. Anonymous thinks this is wrong so they're gonna attack; a place for Lebanese lovers of German football; and the World Cup whiners won in Beirut.
June 10, 2014
The Maronite Patriarch, Hezbollah's Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, and many more will gather together to watch football; a short film captures the temptation of being an Israeli informant; and laws won't fix Tahrir rapes.
Maha Bahnassy is a female anchor for Tahrir TV and she had a hearty laugh while reporting on the women assaulted in Tahrir square; is Viper really an Israeli spy tool? Right Said Fred burns Assad; and militants take over another Iraqi city.
June 9, 2014
Even if some Iraqi fighters have mixed Sunni-Shiite blood which could place them in the position to kill friends or family, they have no choice but to fight; Qatar is not approaching 2022 with grace; and after Syria, the ISIS fighters are coming for the West.
Almost fifty years ago, residents of Palestine were forcefully removed from their land. From then until now, pictures tell the story; pop-ups go from bad to worse; an abused neighbor in Syria; and the headlines of Egypt run the gamut on Sisi's election.
June 8, 2014
Syrian President Assad is in for the fight of his life, literally. Rebels are geared up to continue fighting until the bitter end; photo of an IDF soldier sucker-punching an activist in the face; and how to replace a passport in Jordan.
Iraq is a fluke, Syria is a laugh, Egypt is a joke, Libya is a hoot, and Turkey is a facade. Yet somehow, these countries love elections; I went to a fight and a Lebanese basketball game broke out; and America still uncertain about Iran.
June 7, 2014
The World Cup is still weeks away but the talent of your everyday, pedestrian soccer player is on full display in this ad from McDonald's; how is showing one's underwear, or worse, a trendy new fashion? and catching up on the news in Lebanon.
June 5, 2014
It seems computer hackers have too much time on their hands because now they are developing pirate like viruses for smartphones; What did Assad do while waiting for the election results? and the major differences between Apple and Google.
June 4, 2014
International pollster Gallup released its latest “Negative Emotions Index,” and Lebanon was among five Middle Eastern countries that are very sad; the case of Meriam Ibrahim in Sudan is Islamic injustice; and Erdogan calls out CNN.
This project requires raising $33,000 US Dollars. So far $10,310 has been raised, and more money is still needed by June 22nd; it is official, Sisi is the new head of state; and the latest tech gossip from the Middle East.
June 3, 2014
A 102-year-old Alawite man was shot dead in his sleep, along with his son, his grandson, his great-granddaughter and her mother; have you ridden the color wheel? and Lebanon bans a 10 minute film because of boobies.
According to one Arab blogger, 'Maleficent' was far from a hit and despite Angelina Jolie's amazing performance, the script was weak; Cruise is back with 'Edge of Tomorrow'; and the real names of our your favorite Lebanese singers.
Bassem Youssef announced the sad news today from his Radio Theater studio that here will be no more “ElBernmag” TV show; Palestinians form unity gov't, Israeli sanctions be damned; and Syrians still need your help.