August 14, 2014
Dating back to the bloodshed of 1978, many perceived dissidents against the government simply disappeared, most likely killed by the regime; Hariri already making strong changes in Lebanon; and Bahrain strips nine activists of their citizenship.
Steven Salaita is a Palestinian-American soon-to-be professor at UOI at Urbana who blogged negatively about Israel and got fired- therein lies the rub; HTC to make apps usable by all Android users; and the case of the Lebanese solider hiding in America.
August 13, 2014
Egypt's President Sisi is in Russia to discuss trade ties, along with over of five million tons of wheat promised to Egypt; Iranian-American first woman to win Fields Medal in Mathematics; and the earth is so rotten, Satan himself weeps.
A Pakistani engineer asked a Kuwaiti girl's family for her hand in marriage and the parents said no. She insisted she was in love and went to court to prove it; Israel once again given a free pass to kill; and not all ISIS pictures are really them.
August 12, 2014
The winds of change have affected the anti-Americans, "how embarrassing it must be for the “anti-imperialists” to suddenly find the Empire fighting on their side."; US Media finally sees the other side of Gaza; and Sisi on the HRW's bad side.
Popeye, Mrs. Doubtfire, Patch Adams, Jack, Mork, and Peter Pan are just a few of the characters played by comedic legend Robin Williams; horrible stories of Yazidi children dying in the mountains; and Kyrgyz Pres. schmoozes with Erdogan.
August 11, 2014
With the likes of Mel Gibson, Sly Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger sharing the stage, anyone who likes action film will love this film; Bahrain hacking it's own fact finding commission; and Israel has used Palestinians as shields multiple times.
Where you aware that currently, more than 80% of Syrian refugees in Jordan do not live in a refugee camp? Find out more factoids here; the four stages of whining in Lebanon are hilarious; and ZZ Top is teaming up with uber-DJ David Guetta.
August 10, 2014
While not a terrorised wasteland like much of Iraq and Syria, Libya offers many perks and perils for an expat; Amman has weekly offerings for those who want a taste of classical music; and the truth behind the 'kidnapped' Israeli soldier.
While weary travellers were waiting for their flights in a Prague airpot Terminal, Maan Hamadeh decided to use the available piano and completely stun them all; some Yazidis safe in Northern Iraq, but not all; and Mubarak crony says the Arab Spring was anti-Islam.
August 9, 2014
As arguably the second richest man in the world, Carlos Slim knows a thing or two about work efficiency. His idea- work less, retire later; Syrians are welcomed into Jordan but Palestinians from Syria are not; and the Turkish press deemed penguins.
August 8, 2014
Bringing with him one billion dollars in aid to the Lebanese military, former PM Saad Hariri appeared suddenly on state TV this Friday morning; a new blog speaks for the Gazan people; and the plight of Yazidis and Christians is only getting worse.
August 7, 2014
Two life sentences and more were handed down to the low-lifes who raped and attempted to murder ladies in Tahrir square during Sisi's Inauguration; things Arab kids only see in the movies; and 30 thoughts every Arab married couple has before the big day.
August 6, 2014
A Lebanese writer pleads with the Christian leaders to unite and face the coming threat of ISIS and the overall Islamist threat; a comic that shows the lunacy of Netanyahu's logic; and what happens if a Lebanese joins ISIS.
The heat from rebel forces in Libya has been turned up substantially and this is causing around 4000 Egyptians a day to leave; Cops and Robbers, ISIS style; Facebook helping and hurting the Gaza conflict; and Jordan releases hardliner from prison.