June 30, 2012
Lebanon lets the ladies out in police uniform to patrol neighborhoods as Beirut sees its first female cops; Can a non-Muslim host an Iftar? Egypt's swearing in and that inaugural moment for Morsi; and what's afoot if not revolution in Sudan's capital?
June 28, 2012
There are petitions to stop this woman from having to give birth in a cold, hard prison cell; Google Nexus 7 is coming; to boycott or not Circus de Soliel in Amman? and why you don't smile at children in America.
Being groped was just the beginning, these animals "pulled my blonde hair – a beacon of my alien identity" and almost killed her; memories of the greatest basketball team ever, the Dream Team; Viper a Zionist app? and Mangos are here!
June 27, 2012
An Arab American accidentally tells his parents he's gay on his 31st birthday and it does not go over well; Jordan is still trying to go nuclear but is it feasible?; and should the ruins in Lebanon be preserved, even though they are everywhere?
Notoriously racist rabbi to head supervision of Israel’s ‘Red Cross’; Insha’Allah is not an excuse to break your promise, and a review of Will Smith's newest film Men in Black 3.
June 26, 2012
As Morsi presides, "Some Copts will immediately start to advocate for our rights, but in vain. (Egyptian) Muslims are deceiving"; Peaceful protests for Women's Rights in Amman, Google Exec loves Israel; and Saudi Education minister dogged by scandals
The newest laptop by Samsung is slim, trim and full of ram. See its unveiling form the UAE; the lestest from Egypt and their new governance; a bear trapped in a Saudi pet store; and British Airways great little app
June 25, 2012
The clash between Shia and Sunni can not be explained away in Lebanon; a cool new vest, literally; where to eat in Amman; and how man should be more like pizzas
It is official and we have the Egyptian reaction, which is one of pride and trepidation; 'Gulfies' are heavy because of Americans and their love for war and fast food; witchcraft in Saudi; and a comic to start your day.
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