February 25, 2012
Some of Saudi Arabia's top religious clerics are claiming that protesting in itself as an act goes against Islam; Is there a feminist political party in the pipeline in Lebanon? ; Advertising in Lebanon: hilarious case study or cautionary tale; A Lebanese blogger asked and 39- and counting- answered: what is the Lebanese expat experience?
February 23, 2012
In spite of reports that the Mubarak trial is turning into a complete fiasco, here are some updates on this year's most scrutinized trial; The Syrian dilemma- Why no one is intervening? ; On the other side of the coin: What the international community can do to help Syria.
Saleh's long-standing Vice President remains uncontested in Yemen's elections? Surprise surprise; Is Israel taking advantage of the Arab Spring to destroy Al-Aqsa and surround areas? ; Iranian food- enough said; 10 Survival tips for Arab brides-to-be.
February 22, 2012
Sabotage is one way to get what you want, but should the Syrian resistance be using such tactics? ; Sometimes leaving is the only way to keep loving your homeland; Two Jordanian bloggers reflects on that heartbreaking subject, coming of age; Are the standards around monogamy too high?
In light of Palestinian hunger striker, Khader Adnan's release date, supporters, activists and family are rejoicing; Sorrow spills over over the death of Syrian online activist Rami Ahmad Al Sayid; Tunisian journalists have a big responsibility towards change.
February 21, 2012
“The Battle of empty Intestines"- In light of Khader Adnan's struggle, here's a history of hunger strikers in Palestine; Yemen's Ali Abdullah Saleh bids adieu, but have we seen the last of him? ; The Foreign Guide to the Maneuvering Beirut's city streets; Does the Arab Spring have room for an Algerian revolution?
Due to a remark deemed anti-Shia, Kuwaiti Mohammad al-Mulaifi has been detained. He's not the first or the last to be arrested due to Twitter's censorship minefield; The Arab Spring was a secularist failure; Lebanese menus get pescatarian for Lent; Lebanese celebrity weddings.
February 20, 2012
With one of the most bizarre dictators, Libya can celebrate its freedom one year on from the revolution; Morocco's main telecom provider blocks Skype; Egypt's NGO controversy- Has the U.S. gone too far? ; More of that Middle Eastern "flowery behavior".
Syria's ordeals is going on beyond its ravaged streets and hidden shelters. These battles are extended to the intangible online world. From arrested bloggers to pro-regime trolls, these bloggers lament, contemplate and discuss all things Syria.
February 19, 2012
A Lebanese man working in a French cafe managed to save Obama's France visit security dossier from getting into the wrong hands; Arming the Syrian Free Army- yay or nay? ; Playing the dumb foreigner won't get you out of domestic abuse charges- who knew! ; Books- a love story; Are smart women just settling?
A rare find on the streets of Lebanon gives good vibrations; The new child custody laws of Jordan; Is Islamic hegemony overwhelming Egypt's non-Muslim community? ; The awkward moment when Microsoft's new logo is made on a Mac- one blogger discovers; Kuwait shows its love of vintage cars.
February 18, 2012
As the Syrian regime clutches at straws, iconic Syrian blogger Razan Ghazzawi is arrested again; Revered and beloved journalist Anthony Shadid passed away in Syria; The Lebanese Civil War is over and the electricity still isn't back; Fashion Recessionista Arab-style.
February 16, 2012
Egyptian Valentine's Day jokes from the heart of the revolution; Israelis make inappropriate comments about Palestinian children deaths on Facebook; Saudi humor T-shirts, ranging from cool to laugh out loud funny; Beirut's night time activities revealed; Friendship- that everlasting love.
Self-sacrifice is nothing new to the Holy Land. Palestinian Prisoner, Khader Adnan, is on Day 61- and counting- of his hunger strike, wasting away for unjust imprisonment; Syrian smartphones can't outsmart censoring software; The CIA Country Infiltration Guide- unofficially.
February 15, 2012
Adding to its banning wish list, Iran has blocked more of Google's products, including YouTube and Gmail; Caricatures via banners should be the next big thing; Breakfast dessert could help you lose weight, studies say; Lost your passport in Jordan? Here's a how-to-guide on dealing with this monumentally irritating situation.