October 25, 2012
As long as regimes don't mess with Israel, it seems the United States and other western powers are fine with women losing their rights and minorities oppressed; a faked Taliban attack in Lebanon; and the Jordanian government just canceled daylight savings time.
The connection between Michel Samaha's arrest and Wissam al Hassan's role in the shakedown are primary ingredients for the conspiracy tales; Jordanians love their tourists; bombings in Sudan; and a look back at Red Bull's car drifting competition in Jordan
October 24, 2012
This Eid Holiday, we learn that while still filthy rich with who knows whose money, Mubarak's cash money is only around 300 million, and not billions; Martians on Sinaii? What's your favorite verse, or poem, or philosophy? and foreign workers in Lebanon still getting abused.
The Black Iris pleads his case for not allowing the bomb threats in Amman to be an excuse to squelch the push for reform in the Hashemite Kingdom; Ideas for Eid in Qatar; Professor Landis takes heat for his Syria theories; and a glimpse at Iron Man 3.
October 23, 2012
Does polygamy make both sides of the equation content? The hidden facets of having multiple wives that can make things awkward and difficult; MP in Kuwait arrested for leading protests; and more thoughts about the assassination of Wissam al Hassan.
So they are tweeting about how mad and sad they are about the car bomb in Achrafieh but how many Lebanese actors are actually helping the families? Bayt.com makes job hunting easier; Movie Review: I Served the King of England; and turning a funeral into a spectacle.
October 22, 2012
With the PM already stepping it up to help those families victimized by the Achrafieh bombing, many are following his lead to extend a helping hand. So can you; Egypt's Viral Gangnam video; an amazing and terrifying story of survival in Syria; and the grapes of Lebanon.
In a sight that seems extremely rare, streams of Kuwaitis filled their streets to come out in unified protest against a new electoral law; sad photos and videos from El Hassan's funeral; and is it time for America to bring in the big guns?
October 21, 2012
There has been an American ban on MEA since the hijacking of a plane at Beirut Airport in 1985. Will this soon be lifted? Even a quick look at the new constitution Egypt looks scary; a look at the aftermath in Lebanon ; and a proper sandwich.
Both the US and Israel want to weaken Iran and strengthen their own position in the ME. But to do this, first they must weaken Syria; Fascinating Documentary About Anwar Al-Awlaki; Bahrain still committing injustice; and Wissam Al-Hassan joins 'The Assassination Saga'.
October 20, 2012
There was a lot of talk in Lebanon linking today’s explosion to the aborted plan by Michel Samaha. One author thinks they are not linked; a cartoon to show how deep the hurt is for Lebanese; Raw footage of the second explosion; and who is Wissam al-Hassan?
October 18, 2012
It has already been one year since Apple's founder and CEO Steve Jobs passed away and some Arabs are still in shock; Gamal Abdel Rahim fired aseditor in chief of Al Gomhouria newspaper; and the 2013 Nissan Juke-R production model finally revealed!
Despite a personal call from President Obama two years ago, Yemeni journalist Abdel Elah Shaye remains imprisoned for telling the truth; Morsi’s personal letter to Israeli PM Peres is not fake; and deadly toxic gas spreads across Kuwait after a leak.
October 17, 2012
A recent survey done in over 7 MENA region countries shows that Arabs want democracy but think it'll take time and less religious influence; a push to drive out Assad by the year's end; and Israel prevents some Palestinians from taking the SATs.
Trendy or not, a bath in goat's milk is the new cure all for dry skin. This elixir heals dry heels and balms flaky palms; Polygamy is coming to America; inside Syria's worst areas; and a Lebanese jail had a 62 inch T.V for inmates.