May 30, 2012
The meat of a camel is going on buns and the menu at Smoke House in the UAE; More people are using Arabic than English on Facebook in the ME; those in Houlah are honored by a song
Old Regime vs Islamists is the choice Egyptian Christinas have to make; a turning point in Syria as France kicks out Syrian diplomat; an offensive picture about Saudi women, or not; and Lebanon's silent killer is in most homes.
May 29, 2012
The people who made searching the internet in Arabic font possible meet Yahoo; an aspiring Emirati director gets his big shot at fame; Vibram five finger shoes reviewed; and free Bambuser accounts for activists and journalists
Available now in Middle Eastern markets, the newest version of the Samsung Galaxy is quite frankly, amazing; a rumbling in Mali; Egyptian elections are causing depression; and memories of calm summers in Damascus
May 28, 2012
An Arab who actually supports the Full Monty at the gym and tells others to get over it and stop staring! The Muslim Brotherhood hacked; and the difference between men and woman illustrated in just one picture
The UN is writing letters and people are continuing to die. Read their latest ineffective response to the Syrian violence; a video look at the aftermath in Houla; and a trending clip of a Camry crashing in Saudi that is so graphic, it may not be real
May 27, 2012
Caught on Tape: A Saudi woman stands up to the religious police and wins! Stream Arab music free in the MIddle East thanks to a company in Lebanon; Arabs Got Talent got it wrong with one contestant; and Canon Rumors
When it comes to sanctions against Syria, the fire power still finds its way in but the food does not; take a look at how each candidate is doing in Egypt; and Iran can't buy a friend in Lebanon even if they try-- and they have tried
May 26, 2012
Check out the latest news about the elections in Egypt; Summer in Damascus; A tour around Duke’s Diwan in Amman.
May 24, 2012
A Christian Arab woman won't wear a hijab and gets canned from her job; Arab countries still lacking freedom in the press; Converting from one Smartphone cult to another; and Syria showing signs of Internet freedom with Google
Ladies that vote and how they did it; is it the stupidest transition in history?; Egyptian women making history not just at the polling stations; is Muslim Brotherhood contender Mohammed Mursi more CEO than president?
May 23, 2012
Get to the back of the line: voters tell candidates to wait their turn; No more room for grey in a black and white vote; it's all a matter of facts and figures; the importance of citizen journalism; all the choices are bad choices for Nadia el Awady.
May 22, 2012
Middle East companies need to learn how to market to women; Consumerism is not the way forward for one Middle Eastern woman; Sand Monkey derides Western weddings (oh and gives his take on the Egyptian elections); Under my Olive Tree gets to grips with a vital issue for women all over the world: domestic violence
Former Wham crooner shows the world Beirut is safe (at least for a night) and that all we have to do is take these lies and make them true; a battle of Italian sports car titans; and the union between Saudi and Bahrain that never happened
May 21, 2012
A fellow Arab goes off on Dubai and leaves little reason why anyone should visit; You will not believe what Saudis are doing now; The aftermath of a Lebanese fight; and an opportunity for cultural exchange in Jordan