September 3, 2013
The myths of the Syrian war have fallen following the Assad nuclear incident; Which 50 members are revising the 2012 Egyptian Constitution; What does Chomsky really know about Syria.
September 2, 2013
What's the Israeli Army going to do with 1,200 Viagra pills?; Lebanese beauty pageants a joke; Italian teens take Pope's first "selfie."
How could Asma Al Assad be consumed by shopping while the Syrian people are dying; One Lebanese wonders where the airstrikes are; Lebanese living on edge due to Syrian crisis.
September 1, 2013
What do women wear under their Abayas in Saudi Arabia?; Things you should read before getting married; Don't mess with Haifa Wehbe on Twitter!
Will there be a dramatic turn in events in Syria following Obama's decision to step in?; Will Obama actually interfere with Syria; The truth behind the Tripoli bombings.
August 29, 2013
Two Israeli soldiers were suspended for dancing the night away at a Palestinian couple's wedding while on duty; the art of dumping someone; how do you eat your cupcake?
August 28, 2013
Garnier have come up with the coolest ad to promote their hair products; why are Lebanese stars copying Western celebs? Have a look at the yummiest video game-inspired cakes.
How the Arab Spring looked to a graphic designer; an extravagant wedding proposal in a Beirut souk; and one Egyptian weighs in on the Syrian strike and its impact on the wider region.
August 27, 2013
The MTV Video Music Awards were the talk of the town this week, but who dressed well for the occasion, and who looked oh-so-trashy?; Jack Daniels launch own chocolate collection; world's most expensive cupcake is in Las Vegas.
US Secretary of State John Kerry had some stern words for Syrian President Assad; All the questions to ask during Jordan's municipal elections; and GAP shoots a sea-side spread on the Beirut beaches.
August 26, 2013
According to one Arab reviewer, Matt Damon does a stellar job but the story of 'Elysium' is lacking; Lebanese reporter unfairly deemed vain; and the numbers from the deaths in Egypt from just one week are staggering.
Depression is still largely stigmatized in the Arab world, including Palestine, as a sign of weakness and lack of faith; why a newspaper is better than online news; and the top 10 MENA startups according to Forbes.
August 25, 2013
A girl who grew up in America shares how after seeing that the hijab does not represent who she actually is, she ripped it off; nowhere in the world is a safe haven; and testimonies from bombing survivors in Lebanon.
Over one million Syrians are stranded without anything but the outside support of others and it seems the others are losing interest; prayers for Egypt; Saudis and their hookah; no silver chemical bullet yet; and Saudis be smoking.
August 24, 2013
In the midst of regional war, some Arabs find themselves heartbroken by Ben Affleck becoming their new hero; how to stop bombings in Lebanon; a cartoon for the bombings; and understanding the Muslim Brotherhood.