Blogs Roundup

April 16, 2012

Five Annoying Facebook Updates for Facebook Addicts
09:04 GMT
5 annoying Facebook updates; More drama from Cairo; What has changed since the Lebanese Civil War?

April 15, 2012

Oh man! A man on man honor killing in Oman?
11:45 GMT
Honor Killings in Oman; Revolutionary Interview with Wael Ghonim; One Year After Assad's Speech; Did You Get a Card?
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.