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.
July 14, 2012
The Lebanese reminisce about the painter of 'The Kiss'; a more modern painter with an old fashioned theme in Amman; the Al Rawda Mosque is in trendy art design magazine and a look at Rana Husseini's 'Murder in the Name of Honor'.
July 12, 2012
There is video proof of unexploded bombs that are indeed cluster bombs used by the Syrian Army; images of athletes form Amman, Jordan; and six Lebanese athletes to go to the 2012 Olympics.
Jordanian Cleric Al-Bustanji said in recent interview "I brought my daughter to Gaza so she could learn Jihad."; The US Sees Russia as the weak link in support for Assad – but is it? Morsi is in Saudi Arabia; and lies in Syria
July 11, 2012
The Church of England General Synod overwhelmingly voted in favor of a Private Members Motion (PMM) on Palestine/Israel; Ramadan is just around the corner and anticipation fills the air; and an earthquake in London.