Blogs Roundup

April 15, 2012

New Resident Evil 6; Tahrir Brotherhood; Dream Homes for Syrians
09:14 GMT
More clues into new Resident Evil 6; Muslim Brotherhood takes residence in Tahrir Square; Syrian children draw residences to forget evil

April 14, 2012

The Arab world can remember the Arab passengers on the 100 years' anniversary of the Titanic's sinking.
14:38 GMT
Did you even know there were Arabs on board the Titanic? Find out which class they travelled on this gilded dream liner; Lebanon commemorates the Civil War in a dramatic re-enactment on Hamra street; and Easter's Egyptian crucifixion is a hunger striker in protest.

April 12, 2012

Can a Grand Prix and a Country in Grand Conflict mix?
14:13 GMT
The Circassians of Syria have something to say; Will Iran drop of the Internet Grid? Is Bahrain Road Worthy for the Grand Prix?
Are witches stealing the mentally ill away for their families in Saudi?
10:18 GMT
One man going mad was whisked away by witches in Saudi; another gives 11 ways to make oneself more lovable; and a blogger offers a Mad Men job interview for anyone.

April 11, 2012

After the Toulouse massacre, some Muslim teachers are not invited to France's movements into the future
14:33 GMT
Sarkozy is not cozy at all with some Islamic clerics; The Ups and present Downs of Lebanon's Party of God; and the down and dirty of Brotherhood campaigning
Even the Arab World has its super geeks, wreaking havoc on Pro-Israeli website
12:36 GMT
Egyptians hack the President because of criticism of Hazim Salah Abu Ismael; Lebanese Maid Suicides Explained; Rumor Mongering for Lebanon's Dr. Geagea.

April 10, 2012

An Iraqi tea-boy serves sweet tea
20:43 GMT
Musical tea phenomenon! An Iraqi tea tender clanks away with his tea-cups to make chai-music; Meet the Egyptian presidential candidates, in a graphic, user-friendly chart by face; Kuwait's Sunni-Shia Twitter war; Iran threatens to turn against its own internet with a shut-down.
The Titanic remembered at the 100 year anniversary of its ill-fated sailing.
14:24 GMT
On the hundred year anniversary of the most talked about sinking, The Titanic, we remember the Arabs and specifically Lebanese aboard who- never a race to queue - died shoving their way to the boats.

April 9, 2012

'Interrogator' & 60 Minute Mike Wallace got the Khomeini to predict the late Anwar Sadat's death in interview
11:08 GMT
How the late Mike Wallis, remembered for his feared 60-minute interrogations, got Khomeini to call Anwar Sadat's death; a foreign family living in Egypt shares their winning philosophy; get nostalgic with Etta James; and catch up on Arabs Got Talent
9 years to this day, April 9 2012, that Iraq was invaded by the US.
09:16 GMT
On the 9th anniversary of the Iraq invasion, calling for peace while meeting the oldest Iraqi blogger on the block; Why I left Israel; Durex marketing gets wild in Dubai.

April 8, 2012

What the world doesn't understand about the Arab Spring: Looking back to Andalusia and Muslim Spain's tolerance
13:18 GMT
How to frame the Arab Spring- from an insider perspective looking back upon Moorish Spain; Roba from Jordan waxes lyrical about Boing Boing the news-blog forum; Powerful Women-- men tread with caution; And 'read' about Lebanon.
Lebanon makes it 3rd in a top ten places to celebrate Easter survey.
10:01 GMT
On the occasion of Palm Sunday we recall and celebrate that Lebanon - popular at any time of the year- scores 3rd in a top ten places to spend Easter- hallelujah!; The return of the reader: back to reading; 12 positives that follow a mistake - a dozen lessons to keep!

April 7, 2012

Google Spectacles provide HUD in a pair of Goggle lenses
21:29 GMT
If these latest Google Glasses become the fashion, Lebanon's fashion parades or streets will be crammed with them; Pulling that marathon all nighter - the night plotted out for a chuckle; Art reviews on the Middle East unveil liberal arts from conservative nations.

April 6, 2012

While others were getting chocolate hearts and paper cards, an abused runaway maid was being assaulted by a police officer- Shown for illustrative purposes.
23:55 GMT
In light of the Ethiopian maid suicide, a horrifying story of a Lebanese officer raping a maid on the international day of love surfaces; Kuwait ranks at 31 on the happiness scale; An Egyptian magazine blast from the past- 'Daughters of the Nile'; Baby-style alcohol bottles.

April 5, 2012

Known for having a freer environment than surrounding gulf countries, the UAE still aims to monitor derogatory comments about state and government.
13:39 GMT
In light of recent social networking snafus, Dubai police is putting all its efforts into watching websites like Twitter and Facebook on a 24-hour basis to prevent anti-UAE sentiments; More information on the Muslim Brotherhood's surprising presidential candidate; Samir Geagea's almost assassination; Jordan in the springtime; In the land of coffee and donuts.