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Wahlburgers Restaurants Coming to Middle East

The popular burger chain known as Wahlburgers, which already owns 70 restaurants across the world, will be opening a new restaurant somewhere in the Middle East. “We have almost 70 restaurants under contract right now, with various franchisees and deals in different places. I think we will have nine or 10 open by the end… Continue Reading

Ramadan 2013 to Begin on Wednesday

Faithful Muslims in Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE and many other locations, will begin observing the holy month of Ramadan beginning on Wednesday, July 10, 2013, according to the moon sighting committee of the UAE. The Mufti of Committees for Legitimacy and Scientific Fatwa, Sheikh Shawki Allam of Egypt, announced officially that Wednesday is… Continue Reading

Assad Appoints Safar to Assemble New Government in Syria

President Assad Appoints Adel Safar In order to help calm the violent atmosphere among protestors against the rule of President Bashar Assad of Syria, the president appointed Adel Safar, a former minister of agriculture, to put together a new government. This move is part of several attempts at reform on the part of Assad which… Continue Reading

March 3rd Day of Rage in Israel

Is Israel Next? If today’s events in Israel are an indication of the coming trend the only stable country in the Middle East maybe rocked by its own set of protests.  Despite the large Arab minority in Israel, these protests are coming from the population of Settler and their supporters. The settler populace and the… Continue Reading

Violent Protests Enter Third Day in Egypt

Today marks the third day of protests and violence in Cairo as activists, hoping to force the removal of President Hosni Mubarak from office, take to the streets. In what observers see as unprecedented protests, the demonstrators have clashed repeatedly with police resulting in the death of at least three protestors and one policeman. Analysts… Continue Reading