Latest posts by Amira Al Hussaini from March, 2009
It's raining in Bahrain and Hypnotic Verses captured lightning with her phone camera.
From Saudi Arabia, Susie describes the ‘trouble’ censors go through to ‘cover up’ women's skin: “Certainly seeing all that tempting erotic skin, and coloring in all those feminine body parts...
Samuraisam has spotted strange installations in the middle of the desert in the UAE after a closer look at Google Earth maps. Help him find out what they are.
A censorship watchdog is encouraging Internet users in the UAE to submit their feedback over the blocking of photo sharing site Flickr, reports the UAE Community Blog.
Will VAT be introduced in the UAE? Tune into the discussion at the UAE Community Blog.
Sudanese Internet activist and lawyer Abdel Hakim Abdel Rahman Nasr was arrested in a raid on his house on the night of March 5 - and released March 11. Nasr...
Jordanian blogger Rami Abdelrahman has blogged about a closely guarded secret about his government's involvement in the war on Afghanistan - and is getting unwelcome attention from the intelligence service.
Amman, Jordan, will turn off its lights for one hour on Saturday as part of Earth Hour, a worldwide initiative which urges people to turn off their lights for an...
It's raining in Dubai and Twitter is abuzz with reactions about the unusual torrents for this time of year.
Kuwaiti The Aggressor discusses who makes a good parliamentarian in this post.
From Kuwait, Hilaliya discusses why the government shuns young Kuwaitis.
Ansam, from Kuwait, shares this conversation between her seven-year-old nephew and her sister on school.
Kuwaiti 4th ring posts a photograph of a police car – where the word police is misspelt in both Arabic and English.
“The poor Qatteri Cat with his luxurious thick furry coat starts getting a little uncomfortable around this time of the year, when the temperatures rise, and by May or June,...
Kuwaiti Bashar reflects on the losses incurred by billionaires in today's economic crisis.
Bint battuta in bahrain visits the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha and offers her observations and photographs here. Dubai-based The Bohemians also visited the museum and posted this photograph.
Click on Tech reports on the launch of ZAAD, the first Palestinian search engine, which is available in Arabic and English.
A million Jordanians suffer from psychological problems. Osamaa Al Romh discusses the phenomena in this post [Ar].