September 3, 2014
According to the UN and many rights organizations, during Israel's bombing of Gaza, on more than one occasion they used Palestinians as shields; updated boycott list; the West turning a blind eye on injustice in Bahrain; and Libya lacks everything.
In what has been deemed by one Arab reviewer as 'one of the year’s strongest performances', the biopic on James Brown is not to be missed; Egyptian businessman Naguib Sawiris calls for justice; and two state or one state, justice still needs to prevail.
September 2, 2014
As an apparent ode to her children, Angelina Jolie-Pitt wore a wedding dress adorned with various sketches all done by her own brood; don't mix God and business, please; and Jordan's Oasis500 is still going strong and pumping out businesses.
In Kuwait, a thief attached a small scanning device to the money machine, stole the users' info, and then sent it to the Dominican Republic; Tikrit is coveted by the Iraqi army; answering childish questions; and a Lebanese soldier is beheaded.
September 1, 2014
So ice is bringing awareness to ALS. How about some leaders bringing the attention to the slaughtered minorities in Mosul by the ISIS! HTC is a bit late to the wearable party; and all Lebanese people have some moments in life they'd rather forget.
Writer and director Richard Linklater did the unthinkable; he made a movie about the adolescent life of a boy, from age 6 to 18, and used the same actor; an old father reunited with his solider son who was being held hostage; and who's got the best burgers in town?
August 31, 2014
On July 20th, Gaza was subjected to indiscriminate artillery bombardment by Israel that was so intense, it shocked even US military officers; imprisoned AJ staff member has a son; and Indians and Egyptians fight in Kuwait, two dead.
British MP George Galloway was getting off a bus when someone not too pleased withthe MP's views took it upon themselves to beat him mercilessly; Seven MBs get life, 6 get death in Egypt; and how to burn Islamic flags without upsetting Muslims.
August 30, 2014
AFter a three year break (or hiding from the MB), the competition to find the beauty of Egypt has returned with 21 finalists ready to compete; the US sends weapons to the Lebanese Army; and the next way to govern ins Israel is war.
August 28, 2014
Now that a ceasefire has been announced, numbers can be tallied from the carnage in Gaza: 102 elderly, 263 women and 577 children were killed by strikes; UAE to loan Egypt US$9 billion; and Assad is reforming everything with ATMs!
It's time for for 'wholesale reform change' to stop the human rights abuses that Israel is inflicting upon Gaza, says the letter; a map of the religions in the Middle East; and a Lebanese news site features a satirical piece about McDonald's as fact.
August 27, 2014
The border between Egypt and Gaza has been closed since Hamas took over in 2007. With this now open, aid can now be expedited to those suffering; 10 upcoming sequels to classic movies; and an Ammani resident fumes over traffic.
In Dubai, it seems everything lives by the slogan, "Go Big or Go Home' and Apple is planning on going 'Big' in terms of the new store to open in 2015; flag defecation isn't how to be ISIS; and a cease-fire in Gaza is nothing to celebrate.
August 26, 2014
Only three weeks before he passed away, Hajo Meyer, a 90 tear old Jewish survivor of Auschwitz, said the Palestinians must continue to resist; online resources for Palestinian-Israeli conflict; and how to stay rational.
'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' is strikingly beautiful, but after a nine-year wait, it doesn’t do nearly enough to justify its existence; travel around the world with this week's best POW shots; and the 8 ways to spot a Lebanese abroad.