June 4, 2012
On June 3, Palestinian national soccer team member Mahmoud Sarsak completed 80 days of a grueling hunger-strike; a miracle in Lebanon.. kind of; an Arabs Got Talent update; and a Syrian writer sees the pros and cons of American politics
The Saudi woman who drives received an award for creative dissent and most Saudis are not impressed; eulogizing the life of artist Muhammad Tommaleih; 'How to Get Stuf Done' by a procrastinator; and a new recipe for Italian Bread
June 3, 2012
Aramex has seen a 70% increase in shipments due to the growth in online purchasing; an ex-pat vents over his journey to get an Egyptian ID by describing the process, which includes a monkey; Attention computer geeks! More Metal Gear soon!
At the Israeli border, it is guilty until on a plane out of the Middle East for these two American sightseers: they're crime - being Arab; No love for Israel when it comes to concerts: More boycotts planned; and Mubarak still packs the theater
June 2, 2012
Modern art gets messy in Dubai; the trial of Mubarak is just another football match on TV; Palestine is the place for your modern beer festival and are the Christians to blame for betraying the revolution?
May 31, 2012
A blogger has found a objective way to once and for all determine which footballer is the best; Ever heard of Drippler? 1.5 million people have downloaded it; and should the revolutionaries give in to Assad or be helped to defeat him
Get a six pack on your stomach when you're young? Is this one of the top 20 things? Lebanon is about to get into a big mess by firing some government workers; and Toyota is making a splash in Kuwait.
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