March 7, 2011
Lebanese Ladies&Syria Speak:What Arabs Want; Let the Arabs,especially Syrians decide,and it doesn't bode well for the House of Saud. It's the week for Arabs and specifically female Arabs to speak out.
March 6, 2011
A select crew of Saudi activists are celebrated, More from our Libyan/ Academia scandal and Dubai's Filipina Maid catapults herself into International Women's Week; Israeli diplomats brave stance.
Taking a hiatus from plotting protests to plotting cultural events: Amman's arts line up week of 6th March, Saudi's issue warning to ban demonstrations or at least not report on them. Free parking?
March 5, 2011
Back to Bahrain, A purely Palestinian protest- an internal affair to fix the home front, a woman's work still not done in the Middle East, and an innovation in reporting out of the region.
March 3, 2011
Delving into Qaddafi's other top-selling book titles beyond the Green Book, carpooling in Lebanon, 20 things we bet you've heard asked about the protests in Jordan, and TED runs on Arab Revolutions.
Lebanon&Syria respond to the storm on light n frothy Vogue piece on Syria's first Lady.Would it have been the same if it were Queen Rania being celebrated, asks a Syrian blogger. &On Sexing-up Jordan.
If you don't fall under the category of one love for life,would you love the same people whenever you met them? Wahhabi Islam & women, Anti-Semitism not extending to Arabs and the playground of youth.
March 2, 2011
A map of the ME plotting falls&survivals, frequently used lies by dictators holding on to power, 'the apple doesn't fall far from the tree' - allegations of cheating son, Arab poets, &argument tips.
What women want versus what they get, road trip entertainment should be able to travel across countries, A Promise on Palestine, and to blog more. A UK documentary applauded.
March 1, 2011
It's hard to remember Sunny Jordan times as it rains, but think of the profit to be made from Sun, and if you can't get rid of an unpopular Arab leader in real-time, try your luck at computer games.
February 28, 2011
King's Speech wins Oscar, but real winner of Oscar for best world-stage-act was Gadaffi's Speech(es)
Waning Ruler Speeches nab real Oscar spotlight, Israel's ungracious response to its Oscar star, settlers rough-handled by police criticize Israeli force, and a peek into the hide-out of Gaddhafi.
What ifs....What alternative reality might Lebanon seek if the question were put to it, what if the Simpsons were real, and what if Saudi Arabia really protested.
Perhaps Arab leaders should pool their riches to buy Online Revolution Agents, Facebook, Twitter; Sentencing Reflects Progress in Jordan Honor Killings, FB love, Public Speaking Tips, And Now Lebanon?
February 27, 2011
First Ladies of the Mid East, Not forgetting Yemen & Bahrain ordeals, Starbucks the choice coffee of Arab pride, and Iraq has nothing to protest with the dirty work of leader hunting was done for them
February 26, 2011
National identity in the Middle East is not as straightforward as before (if it ever was) with new flags and challenges of loyalty versus rebellion. The Middle East undergoes an existential crisis...