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· February, 2007

Stories about Kuwait from February, 2007

Kuwait: From Novel Ads to the History of Bloggers

Q from Kuwaitism takes us on a flash back in time to when advertisements in Kuwait were creative and attractive. This time I’ll post an ad for Kuwait Airways that...

Bahrain: Duct-Taped Plane

Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif had to endure a flight from Kuwait to Bahrain in a “duct-taped” airplane. To understand what I am talking about look at this picture here.

Kuwait: Bidding Eight Years of Fun Goodbye

Kuwait's Desert Girl has sold her car – after “8 years of fun: of donuts in the desert; of boys chasing us; of us out-driving boys to the point where...

Bahrain: Kuwait Blogging Show

Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif, along with a group of Kuwaiti bloggers, are being interviewed for a Kuwaiti television programme on Blogging in the Gulf, wrote Al Yousif.

A Week Goes by in Kuwait

From a new movie to a naming special day after a popular soft drink (pop for Americans) to creating Kuwait's very own supermarket brand. These were some of the conversations...

Kuwait: Valentine Blues

Isolated Serenity, from Kuwait, has an interesting array of photographs, with goodies for her family and friends, here.

Kuwait: New Mall Opening

Kuwaiti blogger evolution is excited about the opening of a new mall, which will bring much sought after brands closer.

Valentine Special: Is Love in the Air in the Middle East?

If a picture says a thousand words, this is the image Cece, who is based between Bahrain and Kuwait, has posted to sum up how she feels about Valentine's Day....

Kuwait: Richard III Returns to Life

A new Arabic version of Richard III is being staged by a Kuwaiti troupe at the Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon from 8 – 17 February 2007, says Kuwait blogger Mama Fusla....

Kuwait: Men Scared of Strong Women

Kuwaiti blogger Desert Girl tells us how men are afraid of her because of her strong personality, her sense of loss at the death of Anna Nicole Smith and her...

A Week Goes by in Kuwait

Kuwait enjoyed nice weather this week. A lot of people grasped the opportunity and went out camping in the desert. Engineeroo was no different. He joined the scores of people...

Arabisc: Egyptian Women a Cut Above the Rest

Prostitution, female circumcision and lesbianism aren't vices restricted to Egyptian woman, says Egyptian blogger Tamr Heneh, in an open letter to Egyptian talk show hostess Dr Hala Sarhan. According to...

Kuweit: What's in a Video?

Tunisian blogger Sami Ben Gharbia writes (Fr): “Shams, the Kuweiti singer just released her video “Ahlan Ezzayak” [Welcome, how are you?] which has become popular in Arab countries. The video...

Lebanon: Bush's War

Lebanese blogger Leila Abu Saba links a video of a Kuwaiti singer who makes fun of Bush's war.

Arabisc: Kuwaiti Looking for an Easy A

We may have all met least those of us who have managed to secure straight As at school and university. While some us may shun them from the beginning,...

Bahrain: Genetically Engineered Food Alert!

Bahrain-based blogger Haitham Sabbah raises the alarm about the presence of genetically engineered food, which is not labelled, floating about in the markets of Kuwait, Qatar, the UAE and even...

A Week Goes by in Kuwait

Do you doodle ? Well Nibaq over at Savior Machine not only doodles, but he leaves his doodle machine in the bathroom and everyone in household doodles on it. This...

Arabisc: Action from Dubai and Kuwait's Shopping Malls

The whole world is a stage and it is more so at Dubai‘s City Centre, which is considered one of the largest malls in the Gulf. Bahraini blogger Mohammed Al...

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