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August 27, 2014

Dear Readers,

I am up to the letter “D” in the A to Z Challenge.  Thank you frizztext at the blog Flickr… 309 more words

Middle East Teacher

Al Ruwais, Abu Dhabi

August 24, 2014

Dear Readers,

Today I’m starting on a different kind of journey, one that includes creative ways in which to improve upon my writing.  733 more words

Middle East Teacher

A Provocative Selfie in Istanbul !! | سيلفي مستفز في اسطنبول

قام شاب سعودي بتصوير فيديو سيلفي “مستفز” في تركيا و تحديداً في اسطنبول بحيث انه يأخذ فيديو سيلفي و لا ينطق حرف او يضحك او تعبير على وجهه و المضحك تحبيطات المشاركين بالفيديو و ردة فعلهم.

USS Bataan helps distressed vessel in Arabian Gulf

(WAVY) – The crew of the Norfolk-based USS Bataan helped rescue a vessel in distress in the Arabian Gulf Tuesday.

According to Lt. Joe Hontz with 5th Fleet US Naval Forces Command in Bahrain, the USS Bataan witnessed a dhow in distress and learned it needed a new battery. 62 more words

Local News

Hey, Hey LBJ . . . how many kids did you kill today?

Inevitably, the brave Australian journalist Mike Carlton has lost his job because, sickened by the slaughter of innocent children in Gaza by the IDF, he wrote the strong article criticising Israel and the Likudites of Netenyahu. 634 more words

Arabian Gulf

Fascism, Communism . . . and Picasso

Yesterday I happened on a book about Picasso’s creation of his Civil War masterpiece GUERNICA. In a series of brutal images etched in black across a huge stark white canvas he expressed the rage he felt at the carpet bombing of a small town in Spain that killed 80 percent of the inhabitants. 479 more words

Arabian Gulf

Pros & Cons- Doha Style

Pros-

  • The weather most of the year- never rains, and when it does it’s not so bad
  • The scenery fashion wise- people dress better in general, and since thobes are standard most men are in starched collars & cuffs (which I think should be mandatory)
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