May 14, 2012
Yes people, country rulers have normal lives just like us; Who said looking good was easy; It's the small things that matter.
A blogger tries to find truth in the accusation that the Brotherhood is sanctioning and offering female circumcision; Saudi Arabia pumping billions into solar energy and not oil; and a cool look at the new Mini Cooper
May 13, 2012
Still going strong how long will this 75th day of Hunger Strike last, will Tha'ir live to reunite with his daughter or will they meet in Heaven?; I demand more answers from the American Media; Imagine a life without mother's; Have you ever experienced a grueling Kaff on the face.
A 66 year old Palestinian father refuses food to support his imprisoned son and to honor his other two who were killed; a cartoon of support for the hunger strikers; and a Westerner stands with the strikers
May 10, 2012
Iron Man wants to try Shawarma; If you ever experience road rage than know you're in Egypt; Honoring Palestinian women young and old; Controversy on Egypt's Presidential Elections still raging.
Panic alert? An org linked to Al Qaeda no longer needs suicide bombers in order to kill; A perceptive, feminist view of how to topple the Iranian regime using sex; and an interview with Yazan Kalifeh
May 9, 2012
Howard Carter's memory lives on with Google; We can never thank out teacher's enough; Bahraini cops rack detainees; Apple is finally releasing the iPad 3 in Saudi Arabia; 10 things you never knew about Howard Carter.
Women around the world like to beautify their skin-- some more than others; An Anglo American loves Saudi and defends them; and is it allowed to break a promise in Islam
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.