August 4, 2014
Rachel Weinstein is an Israeli blogger for the Times of Israel who is gaining weight because of the stress of the Gaza conflict. The responses to her 'dilemma' have been overwhelmingly words of rebuke, sighs of disbelief and overall disgust.
Bye-bye stereotypes of all Saudis wearing head coverings and robes. These KSA celebrities are very easy on the eyes; a step-by-step guide on how to not be a moron at the beach; and Syrians continue to be bombed by their own government.
August 3, 2014
The question many have wondered but never dared to ask has now been answered respectfully and truthfully by a Saudi professor; all the juicy gossip you may have missed from Lebanon last week; and anti-war protestors march in Tel Aviv.
Blood and death are a reality on the ground in Gaza but one blogger thinks that posting the images online indeed crosses a line of decency; LG responds to the claim that their watch burns skin; and playing at the pool is no option in Gaza.
August 2, 2014
As Israel pounds Gaza in search for their captured soldier, Hamas declares that they have lost communication with the group that took him; iPhone 5s can save lives; first-hand account of escaping Gaza; and helping Mosul's Christians who've fled to Lebanon.
July 31, 2014
Fox News anchor Sean Hannity was a big bully with a Palestinian American but comedian and emerging activist Russell Brand set him straight; if you're gonna hire a maid, do it right! and life in a Syrian refugee camp is all about survival.
July 30, 2014
When a Lebanese relative greets family at the door, what style of kiss should they implement? Is it the snail kiss, the wireless kiss or worse, the awkward kiss; shopping in Lebanon has never been more of a hassle; and Obama may lift sanctions on Iran on his own.
July 29, 2014
Without sidestepping the harsh realities of ongoing war, Pope Francis told journalist Paul Calvo his ten tips to finding happiness; marrying a Saudi is not at all easy to do; and the power of social media in crushing Israel's international reputation.
July 27, 2014
Gaza is a modern-day dystopia, and the international community must act; Could Gaza's chaos be the end of Netanyahu; America has a responsibility to offer asylum to Iraqis and Afghans who helped the war effort; Cartoon depictions of John Kerry's diplomatic missions.
July 26, 2014
Israel's ongoing assault on the Gaza strip is only strengthening Hamas; Twenty years after Rwanda, the US is still reticent to use the G word amid civilian massacres; Israel, Gaza and the US are strangely similar to Russia, Ukraine, and a downed airliner; For Israelis and Palestinians Peace Must Not Be The Last Casualty.
July 24, 2014
Israeli reservist soldiers create petition refusing to serve; Iraqi minorities face unprecedented discrimination; Returning home is the only real solution to he plight of the Palestinians.
July 23, 2014
Why the Palestinians should push for membership in the International Criminal Court; Gaza residents spend Ramadan constantly afraid of death as Israeli warplanes and drones roar overhead; The Arab World's Christian community faces a time of harsh persecution.
July 22, 2014
A Palestinian artists shares his story of peaceful resistance by means of cartoons; A day in the life of a Palestinian in Gaza; Debates rage in Turkey over how much skin women should show; Is Israel fighting for its existence?
From 1994-2014, how repeated peace attempts in Gaza and Palestine never gave the Palestinians any room to breath; A former Israeli ambassador makes the case for demilitarizing Hamas; Why Israel embracing the Palestinian unity government would lead to peace.
July 21, 2014
It seems that the mastery of the classical Arabic by the Islamists has proven to be far more superior than the moderates and secularists; Brazil coming to Lebanon for a friendly game; how to help Gazans practically; and Jew-hating at an all-time high in Turkey.