Blogs Roundup

February 10, 2013

Iraq's Maliki spent time in Syria and says he has Assad's system figured out.
04:00 GMT
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki says the Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad does not want an exit pass; KSA needs a law to protect children from abuse; the Islamist mess in Damascus; and Friday Prayers against assassinations for Egypt.

February 9, 2013

Bring your kids to the zoo and let them watch Arab children roam free and create chaos.
06:52 GMT
The Kuwait Zoo has little monsters climbing over fences and trying to feed and kick the animals with the parents standing by idly; Obama- stop supporting Morsi! the Phoenicians visit the Pyramids; Lebanese politicians fight on T.V.; and a study of textbooks in Palestine-Israel.

February 7, 2013

The world is hoping that political assassinations do not become trendy.
10:00 GMT
Will political assassinations start in Egypt after Tunisia or have they already started with the murder of young protesters? Tash Ma Tash's banned episode; Review: Django Unchained; surgical strikes by US drones not precision at all.
The food might be great, but the cultural sensitivity in Kuwait lacks taste. (photo courtesy of @asmaahassan85 )
05:00 GMT
The latest attempt by a Kuwaiti restaurant to sell Chinese food is a blaring example of latent racism in the Arab world; what was Hezbollah thinking? and a look at the Muslim Brotherhood's inability to relate to the common Egyptian.

February 6, 2013

This Shiite ruler is coming to a Sunni mosque near you!
10:30 GMT
The leader of the main Shiite State nation in the world visits Al Azhar Mosque, the biggest Sunni institution in the world; a man sets himself on fire; the Phoenicians invent television; and the price of chasing a political solution in Syria.
Malala is out of surgery and ready to live her new life as an ambassador for all girls across the world.
04:00 GMT
After her surgery to rapir her skull damaged by a Talibni bullet, Malala Yousafzai announces her new foundation to provide education for girls all over the world; Jordanian girls lead in Science exam; Ahmadinejad visits Cairo; and understanding Lebanese protesters.

February 5, 2013

Hamda says it was those pesky protestors that stripped him bare, not the sweet policeman.
13:59 GMT
Hamda appeared on National TV defending the MOI and claiming that the CSF conscripts who were dragging and beating him on TV were actually saving him; the real purpose of the wheel for Egyptians; and after caller insults Morsi, host investigated for defamation.
The newest Mercedes will make any car lover lust. (pic courtesy of Autoblog)
04:00 GMT
Mercedes-Benz has uncovered a ramped-up special edition model positioned between the regular C63 AMG and its Black Series variant; Who is driving force behind anti-Israelism in Turkey? Yemeni women continue to forge ahead; and drugs and revolution in Tunisia.

February 4, 2013

In terms of healing the wounds of the Israeli/Palestinian crisis, Clinton is a dropout. (pic courtesy of
11:00 GMT
Now that her term is over, Hillary Clinton can look back at what she accomplished in the MIddle East and do a massive face-palm; 20 things to do in Amman when it's cold; Syria's Opposition Hawks and al Khatib's Initiative; and Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ Natural Gas platform sinks.
The payment for this little girl's innocence and life was less than a year in jail for her murderous father.
04:00 GMT
A Saudi man sodomizes ands rapes his own 5 year old daughter to death and only gets 4 months in jail; a day at the Kuwait Camel Race Track; Yemeni Ali Saleh's Son, Ahmed Makes a Controversial Speech; and escort agencies in Lebanon.

February 3, 2013

Stripped naked and beaten-- where are the police? They are the ones administering the blows.
11:00 GMT
Mr. Hamda Saber came with his wife and kids to protest at the presidential Palace. He was then stripped, beaten and dragged by the police; Qatar’s recent actions in Libya are suspicious; KSA embrace the NBA; and in America, who is supposed to give the dowry?
For some, this Coke commercial makes them thirsty. For others, it makes them just plain upset.
04:00 GMT
Some Arab-Americans are up in arms over the new Coke advert but one Lebanese blogger says, 'What's the big deal?' End of the Arab Spring… but no turning back; a salute to true Lebanese martyrs; and more women being sexually attacked at Tahrir Square.

February 2, 2013

Strategic strike or not, Israel is becoming a factor in the Syria conflict.
04:00 GMT
Though Israel claims to have made a precision strike on a strategic target in Syria, one blogger is calling their bluff; US policies in Egypt; Where is Syria aid money really going? Watch preview of 'God of War: Ascension' and Syrian opposition chief stands in the line of fire.

January 31, 2013

Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed takes a break from his billions and waits with a schoolgirl.
11:52 GMT
Abu Dhabi Crown Prince offered a little girl a ride home since her parents were late... and she said, "No." So he waited with her; Russia slams Israeli bombing of Syria; the Algerian hostage crisis & militant Islamism in the Sahara and Aleppo’s 'River of Death'.
Imagine twelve brand new 2013 Lamborghinis riding down the street-- it happened in Miami.
04:00 GMT
The New 2013 Lamborghini Aventador made its debut in Miami and has some in Kuwait extremely impressed; Obama promises more money for Syrian refugees; Amidst the chaos, a few MBs are cleaning up Egypt; and Jordan bias towards Syrian aid.