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
May 2, 2012
A computer programer shares how to spot his kind; Dark Knight to hit theaters in July. See the trailer! The Winds of Change blow into Lebanon.
As quickly as it went up, a kinky shop was shut down in Morocco, many Jordanian bloggers speak out against the abuse of women, and the abuse of Hebron is still heavy on one bloggers heart
May 1, 2012
A collective sigh of relief from the blogosphere as it turns out the Egyptian Necrophilia law was not real. Our bloggers explain how it happened and one blogger defends the law.
An article in Jordanian Law allowed a rape to go unpunished, Egyptian college students may get computers, and Lebanon still lags in Internet speed.
April 30, 2012
No more picking up ladies at the mall for Saudis, imagining a smoke-free America, and giving away the new Mercedes Benz SL Sting to unsuspecting Spainard
Over 2000 Palestinian prisoners on hunger strikes, the ever-changing parliaments of Jordan and Egypt, and a new social media dictionary in Arabic