March 17, 2013
After careful observation, the Porn MD has observed the Lebanese like their porn kinky and messy; Yemenese women are not who you think they are; Syria is about to get worse; and over one fourth of drone strikes on Pakistanis kill innocent bystanders.
March 16, 2013
Argentinian football icon Diego Maradona is in Dubai and recently participated in the “7 Up Dubai Government Entities Football League”; did the Muslim Brotherhood hijack Syria's revolution? Morsi and the police; and why must religion be patriarchal?
March 14, 2013
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will first sit with al-Assad to test the water before asking the Syrian opposition to come to the table to negotiate a transition; and a look back at the last time America tried to help in the Middle East.
Britain's Prince Charles is on a visit to Jordan, Oman and Qatar. But stepping foot in nearby Israel by any member of the British royal family is officially banned by the British Foreign Office; a funny look at Lebanese plumbing; and the beauty of
March 13, 2013
The national news in Syria used to take the revolution uprings lightly. Now, two years in, they show their desperation by lauding the mufti's Jihad declaration; Saudi Arabia is running a little behind; and the MB is dragging the culture of Egypt back daily.
Vince Vaughn, known among Arabs for his Lebanese heritage, returns with Owen Wilson as two interns at Google; closing windows for peace in Palestine; Saudi students flock to U.S. universities; and an Egyptian politician admits lying, keeps his job.
March 12, 2013
One the upcoming two-year anniversary of the Syrian revolution, Lebanon must face the fact of their long term Syrian guests; lessons from Egypt's student elections; finding a Dr. in Dubai just got easier; and Iraq has 10 years of Arab on Arab abuse.
U.S. Secretary of State visits Saudi Arabian brass but ignores the human rights activists given lengthy jail sentences; Egyptian army opens fire on protesters; Kuwait's first ever base jump; and the best breakfast in the world is in Lebanon.
March 11, 2013
There are still many families living in Damascus thinking all of the hustle and bustle of the 2 year revolution in Syria will just blow over; Karazi puzzled the U.S.; KSA adopts guidelines against child marriages; and Syrian blog counters accusations.
The Royal regals are hitting Jordan, Oma and then plan to get spoiled rotten in KSA by their Saudi royal counterparts; more on the "convert" in Egypt; Ultra concerns in Port Said; and chivalry is not dead on the streets of Kuwait.
March 10, 2013
So, rape and assault. There are still people out there who still believe that women are to blame in incidents of rape; Lebanese women go on hunger strike! Release Khalid Al Natour from KSA; and the security dynamic is changing in Egypt.
Israel must reform its system of military detention for Palestinian minors after an in-depth study by the UN showed they systematically violated Palestinian minors' rights; the horror of rape in numbers; and why won't Saudi men use protection?
March 9, 2013
The UK is to supply armored vehicles and body armor to Syrian opposition forces in a bid to end crisis; the latest on Port Said; Algeria's foreign policy is not working; the new head of the CIA and his drones; and more about Arab women on International Women's Day.
March 7, 2013
A copper robber risks it all for a little cash and paid the ultimate price- a horrible death by electrocution; the UN is part of things heating up in Syria; the controversial leak behind the MOI in Egypt; and 'Doing Business in Lebanon for Dummies".
Hugo Chavez loved his socialism but seemed unable to see that Khamenei, Ghaddafi and al-Assad were not as pure in their practice; expats in Saudi must play by KSA's rules; vintage cars in Kuwait; and the U.S. Ambassador to Jordan tweet-less?