May 13, 2012
Still going strong how long will this 75th day of Hunger Strike last, will Tha'ir live to reunite with his daughter or will they meet in Heaven?; I demand more answers from the American Media; Imagine a life without mother's; Have you ever experienced a grueling Kaff on the face.
A 66 year old Palestinian father refuses food to support his imprisoned son and to honor his other two who were killed; a cartoon of support for the hunger strikers; and a Westerner stands with the strikers
May 10, 2012
Iron Man wants to try Shawarma; If you ever experience road rage than know you're in Egypt; Honoring Palestinian women young and old; Controversy on Egypt's Presidential Elections still raging.
Panic alert? An org linked to Al Qaeda no longer needs suicide bombers in order to kill; A perceptive, feminist view of how to topple the Iranian regime using sex; and an interview with Yazan Kalifeh
May 9, 2012
Howard Carter's memory lives on with Google; We can never thank out teacher's enough; Bahraini cops rack detainees; Apple is finally releasing the iPad 3 in Saudi Arabia; 10 things you never knew about Howard Carter.
Women around the world like to beautify their skin-- some more than others; An Anglo American loves Saudi and defends them; and is it allowed to break a promise in Islam
May 8, 2012
An Iraqi journalist calls out for her freedom; #EgyElections campaign Ads; Apple releases iOS 5.1.1.
A jury sympathized with an American convert to Islam to the tune of 5 million dollars; the establishment of Israel remembered as a catastrophe; and a "You might be an Arab if.." daily quote
May 7, 2012
Google avoided putting any labels on the Gulf to avoid controversy--it didn't work; A guided tour of the late Coptic Pope Shenouda's shrine; and an Egyptian looks at what France's new president means for him
Spring in Egypt couldn't get any better; Spider man's back folks! The double standards of homosexuality portrayed in a Lebanese cartoon.
May 6, 2012
With all blogs from Lebanon: A straight Beiruti shares how to talk to a homophobic; Ivy warns mothers of the poisonous women itching for their sons, and a movie review
Juan Cole give a great summary with linking articles of the strikers; Falk laments the lack of coverage by most reputable media sources; and the Egyptian delegation to Saudi is a bit over the top
Sky news joins the global news networks to have gone the Arabic way as BBC, launching its 24-hour Arabic news channel; Job-hunting as one Arab blog-ess abroad observes is driving job seekers to desperate measures; Since Bin Laden's Death; And social rites of passage using speedos.
May 3, 2012
Famished Call of Duty fans get a taste of first blood; A guide on how to adjust one's negative attitude; and in Egypt, there will be blood this evening
A giant duck runs amuck in KSA, replacing old bricks with plastic colored ones in Beirut, and 11 Saudi women climb for a cause