July 23, 2012
The advertisers during Ramdan 2012 have delivered with some amazing new commercials; Kuwait has a gaming tournament during Ramadan; Lebanese lads caught on camera taking it easy; and Ink on the Side splits our sides.
Aleppo is still up for grabs, part sof Damascus still part of the regime, and Kurds in Iraq are armed and ready to fight; Can Syrian opposition groups see eye to eye on a new government, its political program and lineup? and the Free Syrian Army engaged in guerrilla warfare.
July 22, 2012
Many are up in arms over the ruthless beating the police gave a group of orphans doing a peaceful protest for equal rights in Jordan; a Kuwait beat boxer; the hard reality after Assad leaves; and an Alawite state in Syria?
One Jordanian blogger gives a funny account of trying to fast for Ramadan and forgetting some important elements to normal life; Ramadan lanterns in Egypt; a fun Eid Star craft and family rules for Ramadan.
July 21, 2012
A Lebanese 24-year-old woman turns out to have been tragically one of the victims of the cinema shooting in Denver; Saudi goes all out to keep food and foreigners off the streets this Ramadan; Other Muslim nations ban porn as well as food this month; and the London Olympics athletes can fast if they want to.
July 19, 2012
How to fast and stay healthy in the heat of Arabia; Ramadan Mubarak; Lebanese at the Olympics; Syria the morning after pill of yesterday's carnage; and Lebanese entries in the Olympics - Go Cedars!
What now for Syria? Is Assad on his final leg to meltdown now that Damascus is taking the hits? A flash of Ramadan and reckless Saudi driving practices; Unravelling our precious Arab 'honor'; and "My Ex-Best Friend's Wedding".
July 18, 2012
Fadi Haddad makes Jordanians and Arabs alike laugh and cry about themselves and their city in this sure to be cinematic hit; what is honor and why do so many woman die because of it; and tips and tricks for easier, less stressful Ramadan cooking.
One Muslim blogger steps out of line and is critical of how people truly behave during Islam's holiest of months; What WikiLeaks tells us about Assad’s Foreign Policy record; Live Tweets from Damascus; and the liberation of Damascus has begun.
July 17, 2012
One once proud Lebanese blogger has officially lost hope in her country; Yahoo! Maktoob launches Ramadan destinations in English; How to work with a Muslim in the office; and the power of the Arab 'stach
Fasting during Ramadan and maintaining fitness are not mutually exclusive; reflecting on one's faith and children during the Holy Month; and a stunning a Ramadan Eid clothing collection
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.