July 16, 2012
While Shaaima is to be freed, many others still see no justice in Sudan after Morsi's visit; the common myths about discrimination; a caddy fit for a gangster; a day in the life of a freedom fighter in Syria and racist resorts in Lebanon.
Some Saudi boys play video games that simulate driving, others do it for real, driving daily as chauffeurs for thier mothers; America shifting from SCAF to Brotherhood; Kuwait to get Abercrombie; and Sonos Play 3 reviewed
July 15, 2012
Why the Russian alliance with Shiite Islam and the hesitancy for the press to address the Islamic elements? A look at many perspectives on the present Syrian conflict; true patriotism; and briefly, what is journalism?
In what was one thought unimaginable, the U.S. is demonstrating open arms to new Egyptian President Morsi; Naomi Campbell is barred from entering Lebanese beach resorts; Nokia's leaving Iran; and don’t forget that most Saudi women are banned from sport.
July 14, 2012
The Lebanese reminisce about the painter of 'The Kiss'; a more modern painter with an old fashioned theme in Amman; the Al Rawda Mosque is in trendy art design magazine and a look at Rana Husseini's 'Murder in the Name of Honor'.
July 12, 2012
There is video proof of unexploded bombs that are indeed cluster bombs used by the Syrian Army; images of athletes form Amman, Jordan; and six Lebanese athletes to go to the 2012 Olympics.
Jordanian Cleric Al-Bustanji said in recent interview "I brought my daughter to Gaza so she could learn Jihad."; The US Sees Russia as the weak link in support for Assad – but is it? Morsi is in Saudi Arabia; and lies in Syria
July 11, 2012
The Church of England General Synod overwhelmingly voted in favor of a Private Members Motion (PMM) on Palestine/Israel; Ramadan is just around the corner and anticipation fills the air; and an earthquake in London.
Words can't express the relief on a mother's face when her son was released after three long years in an Israeli prison; review of the new Spiderman movie; how Jordan’s Appeasement Policy Killed Law And Order; and blacks and white swap lives.
July 10, 2012
An Egyptian Christian shares why Morsi was elected through violence and intimidation shown towards woman and Copts by the Brotherhood; explaining the fighting MPs; Asus Zenbook Updated; and Digital Asia Festival now open for entries and delegate registrations.
The defection of Manaf Tlass is more than suspicious and could be a clue as to what's going on behind the scenes; a bull loose caught on tape; Arabs flock to London before Ramadan, and a simple 'Why?' to violence.
July 9, 2012
Get a peak at Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight Rises; the truth behind a blogger review; Ice cream vendors fight and it is all on tape! and a comic showing Facebook for couples
#Syriafiles is the latest release from Assange to bring to light what is going with Assad's regime and the Opposition; how to enjoy Amman when it is extremely hot; Jordan's embarrassing Parliament; andMorsi reinstates Parliament
July 8, 2012
Follow the newest Palestinian celebrity, Bashayer Othman-- a 15 year old female mayor; the Egyptian journalist Shaimaa Adel has not been released in Sudan; Nemr sings the Internet Blues; and A/C is killing Kuwaitis
Find out about Faye Sultan, Kuwait’s first female Olympian swimmer; some parts of Egypt are not for Egyptians apparently, Libyans vote for their first general elections; and the dangers of photography in Amman