June 24, 2012
The rules in St. Tropez apparently are not the same in Kuwait as a Lamborghini gets towed and people cheer; Palestinian refugee camp unfairly targeted; Syrian military leaders want Assad out; and Iftar for non-Muslims
No more burnt laps and or overheated laptops sitting on pillows, the Tawleh is the real deal! Syrian blogger's mother was killed last week and the netizens mourn her loss; toilet habits in the MENA; and women's rights in Saudi
June 23, 2012
Sudanese people are taking serious action; Egyptians are supporting Sudan; Microsoft is re-writing history by copying Apple again; Prepare for Batman movie and learn how to engrave your mobile phone with Batman logos.
June 21, 2012
We had seen several clips of Sudanese youth protesting in support of the youth movement in Syria and now we are seeing the same support from Syrians for Sudan; bloggers arrested in Sudan and is the Egyptian army all that bad?
With Saudi increasing oil output, along with several other factors, the world can expect cheap gas prices once again; Special OPs is too special for the MENA region; a shawarma at home; and what the Qur'an says about women, in picture
June 20, 2012
The new Aston Martin Vanquish is bound to turn heads. See the exclusive pics! Momma and Baba's Day are very different for some; Syria revealed (with video of a photographer being shot while filming); and art from Amman
Some said he was clinically dead but others report he is unconscious and on a respirator; the truth abut what goes on inside the men's bathroom; protests at Sudanese universities; and is the MB structure like a Christian Bible Study?
June 19, 2012
Can anyone hold a candle to Apple's Ipad? Microsoft is trying with the new Surface : a tablet featuring a keyboard, full OS and a stand; why Saudi women receive so much jewelry; and the beauty of Arab lettering.
It seems Americans and Arabs have a common love for fatty foods since their people are the fattest; a personal account of an ex-pat Syrian having to engage in the suffering from afar; and the BMW M5 is a car to be reckoned with
June 18, 2012
Lebanese Salafists have declared tomatoes as Christian and therefore forbidden for consumption; a cool new groove coming out of Amman, Jordan; and a chance for free airline tickets to any aspiring photographer
When we look at the numbers, you can see by how much more Morsi won for those who want to see more; Ever wonder what goes though an Arab woman's mind in America before an interview? and seven ways to wipe out Dubai's debt
June 17, 2012
The escalation on both sides of the Syrian conflict is too much for the UN even to observe; Starbucks in Kuwait raises their prices; a review of the Samsung Galaxy 3; and a young man sings about the Mall of Dubai
A Three Hour Bore? Prometheus pushes the line between epic and lethargic; A look at the Copts and their fear of the Muslim Brotherhood; Move over Instagram, here comes Filter Mania; and the death of Saudi Prince Nayef.
June 14, 2012
Attending, Maybe (Inshallah), Not Attending: A funny joke turned into codified news in the click of a like button; the most expensive place to live in the entire Middle East is not Gulf Country: and a movie review for The Flowers of War
Obama said 'Yes, We Can' but to Africans and Muslims, he says things a little more vague; Lebanese and their football are a funny thing; Who are the Muslim Brotherhood; and a plea to Saudi King Abdullah to let the wives drive.