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  • Mar 21st, 2011 - 12:41 GMT

    More murder and intrigue linked with the Mubarak's ousted regime is emerging in this time of post- regime settling of scores. It seems to be a free-for-all space of charges, recriminations and some serious accusations to an apparently very corrupt regime. Specifically, we see an interplay between some regular ingredients: women, money, celebrity, death, murder, and binding all together, the regime.
  • Mar 16th, 2011 - 14:16 GMT

    Music entertainers-Rock, R&B, pop, and rap: A mix of artists, all implicated by performances funded and hosted by the Gaddafis. Pop stars don't always decide who supports them (their fanbase), but sometimes they are expected to be selective in who they support in return. So performing for a despot or war criminal would not cut it my most expectations of role-model pop-star behavior. Let's take a look at a run-down of the guilty super-stars who have confessed and even tried to make amens for their shady performances.
  • Mar 13th, 2011 - 17:58 GMT

    The Gaddafis flirt with Israel: In a report emerging from Yediot Aharonot- local Israeli paper in Hebrew- as well as a local Lebanese publication, Al-Akbar news- Saif al-Islam is rumoured to be going to Israel for support at this time for his embattled country. He is said to have quite a developed relationship with Israel both during this current crisis and in his own personal life, more specifically love life.
  • Mar 10th, 2011 - 13:02 GMT

    Haifa Wehbe: Lebanese beauty, model, actress and singer. But mostly known for the controversy she creates. She needs no introduction in the Middle East. With attention and eyes tuned into the Arab world, not surprisingly some are still landing on Haifa’s cleavage in the midst of standard revolutionary images. And Haifa is concerned to salvage her breast reputation and acting career. With the spotlight on Tahrir Square, she has managed to keep at least some attention fixed on her camera-loving self.
  • Mar 8th, 2011 - 20:48 GMT

    An Al Bawaba exclusive brings you a story of Egyptian state LEAKS straight out of the heart of the Revolution. It all started on Saturday night, when some officers in the State Security started burning what are alleged to be classified documents in Alexandria state security office (Fairuz), in order to hide any evidence of the state security’s unsavory or unethical activities. The State’s security arm is widely accused of human rights abuses.
  • Mar 5th, 2011 - 12:20 GMT

    Not his daughter, not his mistresses, but his Guards. The Amazonian Guards: These are the ladies in Gaddafi’s life everyone’s talking about. Gaddafi takes notion of being surrounded by ladies literally and recruits ladies to accompany him in the name of state security. As such, he is certainly living the male dream of power and women (or harem) by having an entourage of female supposedly virgin body guards that live and ‘will’ (and have done) die for him.
  • Mar 2nd, 2011 - 17:20 GMT

    It’s been 2 weeks since the Libyans started to rebel against their eccentric but all-too-present leader of 41 years.  In this time, as well as throughout his 41 year-career, Gaddafi has become a by-word for bizarre, loopy, eccentric, raving mad, delusional and dangerous. As his country’s situation looks more and more troubled and bloody, his words become further divorced from reality. His utterings as he insists he hasn’t yet applied force, become ludicrous when compared to the reality and images coming out of his fragmenting bleeding country.
  • Feb 28th, 2011 - 15:16 GMT

    Gaddafi’s clan have been described as a Motley but dangerous lot. Nothing bland from the seed of such a scandalous father.Though he is known for attracting a crowd, his children are, with the exception of the more private Saif al-Arab, hardly prone to withdrawal from the public eye either.
  • Feb 27th, 2011 - 16:23 GMT

    This Colonel is fast becoming the nation's and world's most mocked leader, the butt of many jokes, and arguably he invites this treatment, given his panto-like stunts, costume and behavior.
  • Feb 24th, 2011 - 14:47 GMT

    From the Arab Gulf kingdoms, to the more troubled Mid Eastern hot spots of Egypt and Iraq, leaders and patrons have their serene sea decks to keep them distracted from the noise of the rabble on stormy land! Some of the world’s richest billionaires keep floating palaces and pleasure decks, and some of these happen to be members of the royal or stately echelons of Arabia.