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|Sunday, December 13th, 2009|
|Saturday, February 9th, 2008|
Anyone watch Project Runway?
Rami Kashou, baby. Born in Jerusalem, raised in Ramallah, started his own fashion design business in LA, and luckily for all of us, has an apparent aversion to wearing shirts. He has a little bit of an accent and is, overall, incredibly lickable.
gay, though. Alas for the girls, hurrah for the guys.)
|Thursday, January 10th, 2008|
So, why has nobody placed pictures here yet of the Miss Arab World 2007 competition? Come on, I thought we were all about Arab cuties?!
Anyway, pics can be found here
Miss Bahrain won, by the way.
|Wednesday, December 26th, 2007|
You go, Britney Spears!
The Superficial reports that Brit spent the night in an LA hotel with this paparazzo after passing him a note (WTF middle school) saying she liked him.
One of the comments:So that's where Osama is hiding? Up Britney Spear's vagina?
Ahahahahaha oh God.Link to story
His name is Adnan -- anybody know him?
|Monday, December 3rd, 2007|
|Saturday, November 24th, 2007|
Hi/Qi-fak/Ça va, Everyone!
Can anyone translate this song from Arabic to English or French? I will sing praises about you in my journal if you can. Shukran.
tik tik taktaka 7eta mfakeka mn 2albi w nefsi 2agama3ha 2a3cha2 leih el ghona 2alb 2ana elli 2eghtana bikalam el 7ob elli gama3na lik lik laklaka 3eini kouli laka leih el da7ka tgik w traga3ha wala gani nada wala mara 7aka kelmaya el 2alb 2ana yesma3ha
tik tik la2 kida bi zyada 2albak zawedha ktir ma balach techrabha sada 7abit soukar ya gamil
lik lik 2ana lik me7taga 2albi y7ebak w ymil 3alachan t3ish fi se3ada 2enta tbatal tamssil
|Sunday, September 23rd, 2007|
|Wednesday, August 22nd, 2007|
|Wednesday, June 13th, 2007|
Assalah Nasri (أصالة نصري)
She's from Syria, she has a gorgeous voice, and she has class (doesn't run around in skimpy outfits like Haifa).
|Thursday, February 15th, 2007|
Yasmine Hamdan of the now-defunct Lebanese underground band Soap Kills. Second pic: Yasmine and the other half of the band, Zeid Hamdan (not related), who is now in the underground band The New Government.
|Sunday, February 11th, 2007|
Swedish professional football player Rami Shaaban
, 32. Half Egyptian, half Finnish, 100% really yummy (cover guy on Nox this month, but I've spared you the propaganda and just brought you the hotness).
|Thursday, February 1st, 2007|
A total plug, but wholly relevant to the community!
Nox Magazine, which is based out of Amman, has Arab hotties on the cover pretty much every month. Dina Hayek and Dolly Shahine were two of the last ones. (George Galloway was on one cover too, and although he's not Arab, he loves Arabs... which is just as hot).
Anyhow, you can check out some of the issues on the mag's website
. It's a men's mag, so there is slightly less eye candy for those lusting after Arab men - although there was one feature with Jordanian peacekeeping troops, if you're into that military look...
|Friday, January 5th, 2007|
|Thursday, November 16th, 2006|
|Sunday, November 5th, 2006|
long time no hot arabs
so i bought some.
|Saturday, September 9th, 2006|
facebook anyone ?
|Wednesday, August 23rd, 2006|
Understanding the Middle East Conflict
Israel is having more and more trouble putting down this popular revolution over the Occupied Territories. The repression of the Palestinians and the Lebanese is not qualitatively different right now from what it was 40 years ago -- it's just that it's escalated in scale sincee the Palestinians and the Lebanese started fighting back. For the Palestinians it started during the Intifada. So the brutality you see occasionally on television has in fact been going on for the last 40 years, and it's just the nature of a military occupation: military occupations are harsh and brutal, there is no other kind [Israel seized the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and the Golan Heights from Jordan, Egypt, and Syria during the Six Day War in 1967, and has controlled them ever since]. There's been home-destruction, kidnappings, torture, collective punishments, expulsion, plenty of humiliation, censorship -- you'd have do go back to the days of the American South to know what it's been like for the Palestinians in the Occupied Territories. They are not supposed to raise their heads -- that's what they say in Israel, "They're raising their heads, we've got to do something about it." And that's the way the Palestinians have been living.
Well, the United States has been quite happy supporting that -- so long as it worked. But in the past few years, it hasn't worked. See, people with power understand exactly one thing: violence. If violence is effective, everything's okay; but if violence loses its effectiveness, then they start worrying and have to try something else. In fact, the occupation's beginning to be rather harmful for Israel. So it's entirely possible that there could be some tactical changes coming with respect to how Israel goes about controlling the Territories.
Outside the United States, everybody knows what the solution for resolving the conflict in the region would be. For years there's been a very broad consensus in the world over the basic framework of a solution in the Middle East, with the exception of two countries: the United States and Israel. It's going to be some variety of two-state settlement.
Look, there are two groups claiming the right of national self-determination in the same territory; they both have a claim, they're competing claims. There are various ways in which such competing claims could be reconciled -- you could do it through a federation, one thing or another -- but given the present state of conflict, it's just going to have to be about the modalities -- should it be a confederation, how do you deal with economic integration, and so on -- but the principle's quite clear: there has to be some settlement that recognizes the right of self-determination of Jews in something like the state of Israel, and the right of self-determination of Palestinians in something like a Palestinian State. And everybody knows where that Palestinian state would be -- in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, along roughly the borders that exsisted before the Six Day War in 1967.
All of this has been obvious for years -- why hasn't it happened? Well, of course Israel's opposed to it. But the main reason it hasn't happened is because the United States has blocked it: the United states has been blocking the peace process in the Middle East for the last twenty years -- WE'RE the leaders of the rejectionist camp, not the Arabs or anybody else. See, the United States supports a policy which Henry Kissinger called "stalemate"; that was his word for it back in 1970. At that time, there was kind of a split in the American government as to whether we should join the broad international consensus on a political settlement, or block a political settlement. And in that internal struggle, the hard-liners prevailed; Kissinger was the main spokesman. The policy that won out was what he called "stalemate": keep things the way they are, maintain the system of Israeli oppression. And there was a good reason for that, it wasn't just out of the blue: having an embattled, militaristic Israel is an important part of how we rule the world.( Read more...Collapse )
|Monday, August 21st, 2006|
I had made a post, but some people couldn't stand the fact that a soldier had any sort of view other than the one through the sights of his weapon. I'm sorry I'm a soldier, I'm sorry I'm deployed. I'd like to apologise for many things that are beyond my means to control but that would be defeating my own purpose.
You have a wonderful group, there are many wonderful people and I'm very sorry that some of you out there give the rest of us a bad image. I wish you all peace and good will. I deleted my original post, but I'll leave you with a few pictures that moved me.
|Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006|