I’ve been receiving an overwhelming amount of support on twitter.
Originally my lawyer told me not to discuss this case with anyone but I feel it is important to share this with everyone since it doesn’t just effect me but the whole blogging community be it in Kuwait, UAE or anywhere else in the region.
It all started with a restaurant review. A blogger in Kuwait visited the new Benihana and posted about his experience. Apparently, the folks at Benihana didn’t like the review and thought they would sue the blogger.
Twitter is reacting in a big way, here’s the bio for @BenihanaGPR
“We are now on Twitter to sue people who are micro-blogging about us. This internet is very much to big. Hopefully we do lots of suing, it's 100% Fair. :)”
Prophesies 'Snugglebus' : Even pharaohs can, and surely will, fall.
Tables and chairs in one mouthful?
'As an armchair observer – dare I say ...It means that, as is all too rare, all options remain on the table.'
'It was five years ago that Condoleeza Rice declared Israel’s bombardment of Lebanon the “birth pangs of a new Middle East”.'
Hot off the press, the latest in Mid East Soccer.
Qatar clinched a $200 million sponsorship deal with FC Barcelona in December. The winner of the bid to host the 2022 World Cup is also mulling the possibility of bidding for Newcastle United.
Qatari businessman Shaikh Abdullah Bin Nasser Al Thani, a member of the royal family, last summer acquired Spain’s FC Malaga for €10.5 million and the takeover of €36 million in Malaga debt.
Some reports from the region suggest that Egypt's soccer fan organizations, known as Ultras, have been on the vanguard of the country's revolution.
You can find one of the seeds for the revolution in 2009 during the World Cup qualifying rounds.