July 14, 2012
The Lebanese reminisce about the painter of 'The Kiss'; a more modern painter with an old fashioned theme in Amman; the Al Rawda Mosque is in trendy art design magazine and a look at Rana Husseini's 'Murder in the Name of Honor'.
July 12, 2012
There is video proof of unexploded bombs that are indeed cluster bombs used by the Syrian Army; images of athletes form Amman, Jordan; and six Lebanese athletes to go to the 2012 Olympics.
Jordanian Cleric Al-Bustanji said in recent interview "I brought my daughter to Gaza so she could learn Jihad."; The US Sees Russia as the weak link in support for Assad – but is it? Morsi is in Saudi Arabia; and lies in Syria
July 11, 2012
The Church of England General Synod overwhelmingly voted in favor of a Private Members Motion (PMM) on Palestine/Israel; Ramadan is just around the corner and anticipation fills the air; and an earthquake in London.
Words can't express the relief on a mother's face when her son was released after three long years in an Israeli prison; review of the new Spiderman movie; how Jordan’s Appeasement Policy Killed Law And Order; and blacks and white swap lives.
July 10, 2012
An Egyptian Christian shares why Morsi was elected through violence and intimidation shown towards woman and Copts by the Brotherhood; explaining the fighting MPs; Asus Zenbook Updated; and Digital Asia Festival now open for entries and delegate registrations.
The defection of Manaf Tlass is more than suspicious and could be a clue as to what's going on behind the scenes; a bull loose caught on tape; Arabs flock to London before Ramadan, and a simple 'Why?' to violence.
July 9, 2012
Get a peak at Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight Rises; the truth behind a blogger review; Ice cream vendors fight and it is all on tape! and a comic showing Facebook for couples
#Syriafiles is the latest release from Assange to bring to light what is going with Assad's regime and the Opposition; how to enjoy Amman when it is extremely hot; Jordan's embarrassing Parliament; andMorsi reinstates Parliament
July 8, 2012
Follow the newest Palestinian celebrity, Bashayer Othman-- a 15 year old female mayor; the Egyptian journalist Shaimaa Adel has not been released in Sudan; Nemr sings the Internet Blues; and A/C is killing Kuwaitis
Find out about Faye Sultan, Kuwait’s first female Olympian swimmer; some parts of Egypt are not for Egyptians apparently, Libyans vote for their first general elections; and the dangers of photography in Amman
July 5, 2012
A blogging nutritionist Paty warns travelers of a silent killer that goes by the initials DVT; the Syria opposition thrashes out a post-Assad roadmap; Smart Marketing Strategies of Perry Belcher and Ryan Deiss and Internet down again in Lebanon
An account of an employee in Bahrain who was beaten after someone on staff was suspected of spying; Post Traumatic Stress Disorder for Libyans, a morning comic, and Morsi says one thing, the Brotherhood says Jihad
July 4, 2012
Bassel Khartabil is a well-known contributor to global software and culture communities in wrongful detainment in Syria; Launched! McLaren MP4-12C Spider; Arab food in Brazil, shipping to Kuwait more expensive; and reggae from Sudan
A new documentary suggests the former PLO leader did not die a natural death at all; a document shows all the goals of the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria; a reporter detained in Sudan and a child's approach to understanding death.