October 17, 2012
A recent survey done in over 7 MENA region countries shows that Arabs want democracy but think it'll take time and less religious influence; a push to drive out Assad by the year's end; and Israel prevents some Palestinians from taking the SATs.
Trendy or not, a bath in goat's milk is the new cure all for dry skin. This elixir heals dry heels and balms flaky palms; Polygamy is coming to America; inside Syria's worst areas; and a Lebanese jail had a 62 inch T.V for inmates.
October 16, 2012
A new study on drone casualties says the US government must release its estimates of how many people are being killed in CIA drone strikes; why Islamists have received arms shipped to the Syrian opposition; and an Israeli writes a tune about IDF soldiers.
The final five candidates have been revealed for the Egyptian church's highest position- Pope; evading an Arab mom can now be easier than ever! Rainbow street is used as a gym by one cool cat; and a movie review of Premium Rush
October 15, 2012
On the national day of the Egyptian air forces, one Egyptian remembers the air battle between Egyptian and Israeli jets; Syrian regime killing its people with cluster bombs; and why one blogger thinks Facebook is more important than Google now.
For all the Google phone lovers, there is soon coming a bigger, better and faster LG Nexus phone to sink your virtual teeth into! Tahrir protesters turned on each other, but why? The latest on Turkey and Syria; and today is Blog Action Day.
October 14, 2012
A dance of death is occurring in Syria with the Assad regime to soon be extinct and the rebels fighting for their lives; an in-depth look at what makes Salafi politics tick; Lebanese food to be featured in Portland; and the books of Max Brooks.
Egypt's famous tabloid "El khamis" (Thursday) claims the Al Qaeda leader Ayman Al Zawahiri is currently hiding in Egypt; The Flying Start Triathlon is taking place in Kuwait; an Arab reads Freud; and Lebanese women can now have 60 days of Maternity Leave.
October 13, 2012
The Department of Health is pulling out all the stops to ensure as much as possible that no disease will be spread during the upcoming Hajj; Injustice remains for those killed in Tahrir; and a book review of Syria: The Fall of the House of Assad, by David W Lesch.
October 11, 2012
The international community honors two Syrian free-thinking women; One blogger remembers the blues of TV sitcom 'Becker'; A look at the latest news from the Syrian rebels.
No justice for those killed in the revolution as defendants from a key battle are acquitted; can Kuwait and Iraq handle their snake border issues?And no more excuses, now is the time to eat healthily.
October 10, 2012
A panel of inspiring Saudi women hand-picked by the discerning eyes of this cosmopolitan blogger; Size may not matter but for Kuwaits there's Big meets Bigger; and Lebanon's United Colors of Benetton really care.
Just because you're in the region doesn't mean you shouldn't cast your vote; is the earth about to tilt off its axis? And racism at Lebanon's airport - the follow-up;
October 9, 2012
Al Arabiya news sparks off conspiracy stories of Assad's regime stirring trouble in next door Jordan; And another rumor lands in the MIddle East - mega-legend Fairuz to release a new album?; 2Pac stuck in traffic; And what to do in Kuwait- a visitors to-do guide.
A totally unknown Christian nun is in the running for this global prize for Egypt; making garbage beautiful with this modern kind of art crossing Arab borders; heads-up on a crash landing in Kuwait and what really happens to the Bibles in hotel rooms...