June 4, 2014
International pollster Gallup released its latest “Negative Emotions Index,” and Lebanon was among five Middle Eastern countries that are very sad; the case of Meriam Ibrahim in Sudan is Islamic injustice; and Erdogan calls out CNN.
This project requires raising $33,000 US Dollars. So far $10,310 has been raised, and more money is still needed by June 22nd; it is official, Sisi is the new head of state; and the latest tech gossip from the Middle East.
June 3, 2014
A 102-year-old Alawite man was shot dead in his sleep, along with his son, his grandson, his great-granddaughter and her mother; have you ridden the color wheel? and Lebanon bans a 10 minute film because of boobies.
According to one Arab blogger, 'Maleficent' was far from a hit and despite Angelina Jolie's amazing performance, the script was weak; Cruise is back with 'Edge of Tomorrow'; and the real names of our your favorite Lebanese singers.
Bassem Youssef announced the sad news today from his Radio Theater studio that here will be no more “ElBernmag” TV show; Palestinians form unity gov't, Israeli sanctions be damned; and Syrians still need your help.
June 2, 2014
A family in Pakistan has already killed three family members and it appears that the main culprit will remain free to do it again; a watermelon without seeds in Kuwait; Game of Thrones in comic form; and Instadocs in Kuwait.
June 1, 2014
Four elementary school girls, one eleven and another with disabilities, were handcuffed and taken to the police because of a cherry picking rumor; Mubarak is now wearing his official prison garb; and autism awareness in Lebanon.
The Qatari dress code has been causing quite the stir on social media but guess who's behind the whole process? A little old lady; Sin City 2 is already controversial in America; and the drone attacks in Pakistan continue to kill innocent civilians.
May 31, 2014
Know your rights Lebanese lovers of Mary Jane! A quick two minute video could save your bud-loving butt from going to jail! The dangerous curves of Barbie are seriously harmful; and Maya Angelou's time in the Arab world.
Seth MacFarlane tried with movies by making 'Ted', but now there is a new sheriff in town, created by Seth and is indeed a lot funnier; Lebanon is about to have its own 'Floating Island'; and the reality behind Sisi's presidential victory.
May 29, 2014
One blogger and actor from Lebanon speaks candidly and frankly on why he has chosen to take his family out of the country for their own good; Hey Qatar, get a grip on your rules before the World Cup. Please! and Jerusalem to always be divided.
May 28, 2014
Sometimes the best response to a stupid question is no answer at all. To many Egyptians, being asked to vote is just plain dumb; Petra by Night is an event never to be missed; and Iran's Ayatollah has harsh words for detractors.
Five twenty-somethings from five different perspectives of faith chose to travel the world together and, thankfully, document their journey for the rest of us; Sisi and Assad in the same room; and Syrians flood Lebanese streets to vote.
May 27, 2014
For most people following the crisis in Syria, President Assad running for another term should come as no surprise; graffiti speaks louder than Popes; Turkey wants justice, Israel yawns; and dressing sexy does not mean a woman is a slut.
Imagine using old shipping containers as hotel rooms that can be removed and replaced at any time. Now watch it become a reality; the ants go marching and the politicians stand in awe; and Kuwait is about to get the Wayans Brothers.