November 23, 2011
A Muslim wedding at 'Wall Street' reminds of marriages at Tahrir and raises questions on wedlock in mutiny; Tahrir re-occupied, while America still Occupied; It's all emanating from Tahrir, apart from mobile phone signals; Taking issue with terms as twee as Arab Spring; And Egypt replay button explained.
November 22, 2011
A dying breed-- Arab Christians under threat? Israel's new plans for a "segregated" Jewish development in northern Israel ignore this Palestinian plot of land; Is this a country of free press and even 'freer' action (to bulldoze Palestinian property); The return of Tahrir -- just when you thought they'd had their day at Tahrir; And Beirut's solution to its polluted landscape: a green 'Beirutopia'.
Lebanese Independence Day 2011, like other years in the Lebanese calendar is a subdued almost unsettling celebration of unity and all things Lebanon; A Lebanese pop-icon is back in action in Lebanon's 'twin' pleasure capital Dubai; Lebanon vis-a-vis Australia; and the naked question redressed for Egypt?
November 21, 2011
Unlike the fire of 2002 at Jeddah, the school girls got out alive, helped by the teacher heroics; How to tie your scarf, men and women; AUB-Gate: a scandal for Beirut's pride and joy Alma Mater; Arab sanctions proposed for Syria; And an apple for the teacher (featured in honor of the Saudi deceased teachers).
Egypt Tahrir kids carry on with the struggle against their new enemy, a tempting treat to some Gazan food specialty and when sharing is not caring (the downsides of marriage).
November 20, 2011
Israelis strip for Egypt: When it takes nudity & 'humor' to bring Israel to the same side of the fence as Arabs; Egypt & Israel's cross-'border' tensions are forgotten for one candid moment of females freeing themselves from clothes & politics; Lebanon press is displeased with their leader rendition of Benetton's 'Love' or unhate campaign; Syria's future; And interfaith marriage.
Why 'she' posed naked, shares the revolutionary stripper for Egypt in an exclusive to CNN that has seared through cybersphere faster than the speed of Arab revolutions!; Gay Day scheduled for Egypt's start of 2012; Saudi ladies should show less eye! And more...
November 19, 2011
The Last Gaddafi King of Libya is captured, wounded; World leaders kissing and making up for 'United' Colors of Benetton; How Lebanon is similar to Japan; Why Jordan should model itself on South Korea and Finland; And Miss Lebanon remarks make a scandalous stir on the Congo.
November 18, 2011
Jordanian 18 year-old brother decapitates sister when he doesn't like her choice in men; Here's looking at Kuwait the morning after the parliament palava; Angry Arab comment on Syria.
November 17, 2011
Kuwait acquires a hashtag and a raison d'aitre to join the revolution against corruption; Designer medicines in a pharmacy near you; The Syrian revolution finds its way into an Apple application; And Benetton gets 'unliked' to boost its marketing.
November 16, 2011
Egyptian revolutionary politics gets steamy; Lebanon Beats South Korea in Football (updated); Lebanon Beats Own Record in Political Farce; Internet tips and tricks, and more.
There is every reason to panic ahead of Egypt's imminent first post-Mubarak election, says Lynch, but don't; Is Lebanon's football victory a premature celebration by a very excitable nation? Early warning signs of fascism straight from Occupied Wall 'Pogrom'; And the 'art' of reading and writing transposed into the Sciences as the new 'maths and physics'.
November 15, 2011
Egyptian women on a mission to keep their women safe from the (forced) veil or hijab try to involve men; New York Times and Iraqi break dancing; a sleepless night with mosquitoes for company; One Wedding and 3 Suitors; And how to sculpt an apartheid state with a calculator.
Marking King Hussein's birth anniversary, and pondering how he would have felt about the new Awakened Middle East of 2011; Haifa Wehbe and Snoop Dog?; Solving Lebanon's electricity shortage chronic dilemma; And a gift that requires a manual and a will to learn and create.
November 14, 2011
Are you a slave-owner? Count your slaves!; Qatari Taxi drivers trained; And to settle or not to settle, (and we don't mean Palestinian land, but relinquishing singledom)-- from the diaries of a single Arab woman.