September 23, 2012
Syrian blogger and citizen journalist Abdelkareem al-Oqda is yet another victim of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s war on truth, freedom and the Syrian people; young boy missing in Jenin found dead; leader of the Free Patriotic Movement targeted... or not?
September 22, 2012
Find out why Arabs are nosy; Syrian ladies take food action; how to make a ginger cardamon jam; and a Jordanian blogger defines "a real woman".
September 20, 2012
New cartoons of the Muslim Prophet Mohammed are sure to provide ammunition for Islamists to fire up people and provoke attacks on more embassies; West Bank protests highlight failing economy; Arab women and tattoos; and a review of the new Ford Focus.
Many Syrians need this trip to Mecca now more than ever but the Saudi government seems to be saying no; the latest news from Syria; the Islamist Theology of Protesting; and keeping interfaith bridges from being burned down.
September 19, 2012
If he was tempted in every way, did that include the trappings of married life? Some new evidence might support a married Messiah; the search for a traffic app in Cairo; Jordan's expansion will lead to water problems; and the new Lamborghini in China.
Newsweek tried to get attention with it's new magazine cover but being mocked on Twitter was probably not what they had in mind; Many Syrian Christians head for Tartus; Assad now targeting bread lines and hospitals; and the responsibilities of an expatriate.
September 18, 2012
Apparently the woman's soccer team went to the Czech Republic more for seeing the sites than working on their skills and team cohesion; Newsweek puts on its cover "Muslim Rage" and bearded men raging; and in the grand scheme of things, these protests are rather tame.
A sad day for the remaining few who were holding out hope that the Press and Publication Law in Jordan was going to be vetoed; a Syrian Christian thinker makes an appeal to the Pope; gaining favor in Egypt by blaming Israel; and Lebanon and Iran have a chat.
September 17, 2012
That massacre is engraved in the memory of a whole generation, with the hysterical screams of a Palestinian woman shouting “Where are the Arabs ?”, a question that remains unanswered till this day; Be amazed at the annual salaries of Lebanese politicians; Pope mass in Beirut and the new Nikon D600.
"A vast chasm separates the poor standing of Arabs in the world today from their history of greatness. In this context, their injured pride is easy to understand"; 'Re-Building the burnt KFC is a must' says one ashamed resident; and some in Lebanon can't take a joke.
September 16, 2012
In Amman, waking up to the sweet smell of chai and bread is now being replaced with the smell of garbage and burning filth; National Geographic features Abu Dhabi’s ‘Megafactories’; Is there a food revolution going down in Saudi? and some people need to leave Lebanon.
If anything should cause protests and embassies to be stormed, it is this horrific video of blasphemy and torture from Syria's own army; Egypt and Tunisia are about to feel the financial backlash of their over the top protests over the infamous Innocence of Muslims video.
September 15, 2012
Unlocking the secrets of the iPhone 5; Friday prayers for Egypt in the wake of last week's chaos; trains, planes and missile launches; one female blogger grapples with democracy in Saudi.
One Egyptian blogger asks what is the problem with the protesters and why are they storming the American embassy for one movie by one guy who isn't even American; Top 10 realities of working in Jordan; and where to buy the new IPhone 5.
September 13, 2012
Is it becoming clearer that Obama and Netanyahu just don't care for each other? This latest snub could be true or could be just part of the rumor mill; Libyan humiliation a driving force for Anti-Americanism; the Samsung WB150F Review; Bahrain's monitoring their internet now too.