October 8, 2013
The frightful escalation of violence in Iraq could well lead to pitting AQI and the Sunni militants against Shia militias and Shia-controlled security forces in the country; R.I.P.D. was actually a great movie; and that red stuff ain't blood.
October 7, 2013
Many lump the newly formed Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) together in with Al Qaeda. This couldn't be further from the truth; Syrian TV pushes the envelope; 'Fries King', really? and everything is bigger in UAE, even the burgers.
Believe it or not, Bedivere Eatery & Tavern is a restaurant located in Beirut which offers 10% off the bill if your clam up your cell; Miley showing skin and bones; can time travel exist? and what do Saudi women think of masturbation?
October 6, 2013
That Lebanese pride can grow or shrink, depending on how one interprets the fact that it's cheaper living in Dubai than Beirut; ever wonder what's in a chicken nugget? The average global female look; and plenty of horsepower in the rear.
Countries all over the world are keeping our eyes focused on the the abuse of women in their own homes. One blogger in Lebanon highlights her experiences; a review of the new Cayman; and would a Saudi marry a Jew.
October 5, 2013
Everybody who's anybody that supports soccer will remember Zinedine Zidane's infamous World Cup headbutt. Now Qatar's bronze statue will remind us of his chutzpah; Czech tourist dead in Lebanon; and the 45 dollar Palestinian computers
October 3, 2013
Now that independent groups are joining forces, leadership positions have become even more important. An elect five have risen to the top; 16 year old Saudi boy joins the fight; new iPhone can track keystrokes; and Tirksih anit-facists speak out.
Do you like your cappuccino perfect? You're probably a diva. What and how your drink your morning Joe speaks volumes; Lebanese village finally gets electricity; and American Jews not at all in line with Netanyahu's opinions.
October 2, 2013
In a region divided, there's one thing Arabs can agree on- falafel. In Jordan alone, the masses pound away millions a day; the horoscope for Syrians; the most scarce resource in Yemen; and 10 years after Edward Said's death, his legacy grows.
"If I dated an American woman, I would not tell my family about this relationship because I fear God!' Is this the popular opinion among KSA men? Is Lebanon loving its refugees? and Gazans are hurting because of the Rafah crossing closure.
October 1, 2013
Who has started wars with their neighbors, armed themselves with untold amounts of nukes and refused UN inspectors into their country? Israel, not Iran; Syria's weapons deal could end war; and Facebook bans the Shahada.
NY Times suggests splitting 5 Arab countries into 14 and more than a few Arabs have taken a liking to the idea; drunk driver gets 30 days for killing cyclist; a world of all men; and breaking down Breaking Bad's death toll.
September 30, 2013
Could shoes soon be a 'Control + P' away? The Unifold looks to solve many a crisis with a brand new design that will do just that; Wahhabism creeping into Oman; nine years blogging; and movie nights or being robbed blind!
With cell phone taxes doubled along with more goods and services in line to be taxed more, the hacking group Anonymous briefly hacked to show their disapproval; Bahrainis not happy about Iran-America partnership; and racism in ME advertising.
September 29, 2013
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel was asked where Syria got their weapons and he quickly answered, "Russia". Was he right? Qatar has some human rights hurdles to climb; and Lebanon's Omar Sulieman stands tall.