July 10, 2014
“How could you watch the World Cup while children are dying?” Football fans under attack by Gaza activists. Also, meet Lebanon's award-winning female mixologist, and find out how to find your soul mate!
July 9, 2014
With Al Jazeera's monopoly coverage costing $110-$320, Arab viewers ironically turn to the Israeli channel for free; A quick retrospective on the Brazil-Germany semifinals match; Some people get upset that Arabs still watch football as Gaza is pounded by Israeli airstrikes.
George Clooney's future mother-in-law thinks her daughter can do much better!
July 8, 2014
A collective Blogs Roundup on the politics of the Middle East including Iraq's Maliki and an exclusive transcript of a conversation between Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and his psychiatrist.
July 7, 2014
Italian public TV station Rai 1 will introduce the Italian public to Arab music icons for the first time in their TV history. Meanwhile, Dubai is planning the world’s largest Underwater Theme Park.
July 5, 2014
Wondering what life is like in Lebanon on a social and economical level? How about finding out why the NY Times failed to mention the names of the six dead Palestinians in the same article where we got everything from A to Z on the recently killed Israeli boys?
July 3, 2014
Ramadan isn't as easy as ABC and we all have exactly the same thoughts while fasting! Meanwhile someone tells us why he hates his co-workers and another on how long it takes to develop a new habit!
The world's rising obsession with meat is doing massive damage to humanity's collective health and the environment in general; students demand a better education and get pummelled by Egyptian riot police; and Palestinians from Syria mistreated in Lebanon.
July 2, 2014
One blogger sees all the hype by some Muslims yearning for a the return of Islamic rule as short-sighted and a recipe for disaster; Egypt's military could have easily stopped the bombings; and even sympathy can be very ethnocentric. .
The Kings of Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates issued pardons and reduced prison sentences for over one hundred Egyptians this Ramadan; remembering the Egyptian youth who stood up; and Ramadan is about the true jihad of the soul.
July 1, 2014
What better way to bring the awareness of the massive percentage of sexual abuse happening within the family tree than using Disney characters to drive home the point; Maliki lingers on; and Wikileaks and the 2008 Lebanese Elections
June 30, 2014
Just as Ramadan is the biggest holiday of the year in the MIddle East, so is the the activity on social media. These charts show the best time to tweet; these old homes in Kuwait still sparkle; and having a little fun with wedding season in Lebanon.
June 29, 2014
The Turkish government is going to introduce new Internet controls with the hope of busting child pornographers. Some believe it's just a guise; Maliki is trying to step it up against the ISIS; and the newest worry for the ISIS is a Twitter whistleblower.
beIN sports is the official broadcaster of the World Cup in the MIddle East and they don't take too kindly to the Lebanese government airing the games without their permission; free clothes for the naked; and chips that are completely innocent.
June 28, 2014
One of many bloggers hopes the best for those fasting this Islamic holy month; the ISIS are featured in a new VICE video dishing out religion as they see it; and there are so many reasons why helping Syrian moderates is not a good idea for the U.S.