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?
Banksy it isn’t! Still… I’m sure most of you living in Dubai have noticed the beautiful trashcans littered around the streets.
I don’t circulate much – my driving issues, remember? But I’ve seen them on Wasl Road, Jumeirah Beach Road and Sufouh for starters.
The Trial of the Century: Mubarak's trial in numbers
It is the trial of the century in Egypt that all Egyptians and the whole world will watch tomorrow with a lot of anticipation.
The trial will be transferred on air since early morning. Already the Egyptian TV may collect a fortune tomorrow for allowing the other channels to transfer the broadcast on air just like in football match !!
One of my first West Bank discoveries was Palestinian Oktoberfest.
Held in a tiny Christian village called Taybeh, the festival serves as a platform to sellers of Palestinian products from all around the area, helping them to sell and promote their wares.
The star of the festival is, of course, beer. Taybeh beer in fact. The Taybeh (meaning delicious) brewery is the only one in Palestine and serves up a genuinely delicious line of brews
Ever since the run-off elections started, with the candidates being Morsy and Shafiq, and a dangerous new rhetoric started rising within the ranks of the revolutionaries with one clear theme: The Christian Coptic Population have betrayed the revolution. Why?