Book Review: Kill Khalid

It happened quickly. On a lazy Thursday afternoon, rx somewhere in Amman’s Tla Al Ali district, viagra sale Hamas leader Khalid Mishal saw nothing more than a blur of movement as he emerged from his car only to be faced with two unknown assailants. The sound of an explosion nearby, patient a tussle of activity […]

Books, Jordan, Middle East

Book Review | Samir Kassir’s “Being Arab”

On June 2, pilule 2005, just weeks after the Cedar Revolution resulted in the withdrawal of Syrian forces from Lebanon, prominent Al Nahar journalist Samir Kassir started his car at 10:30am and seconds later he was dead. An outspoken critic of the Syrian regime’s political and physical presence within Lebanon, Kassir’s assassination sparked an investigation […]

Books, Middle East, Politics

Book Review | Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol

One of my new year’s resolutions is to read a lot more. The problem is that I tend to make this resolution every year but life tends to get in the way. So this year I figured my blog could come in handy by providing me the space to review what I read; the good, […]


The Arabized Harry Potter Gets Banned

Remember this big cultural phenomenon about a boy wizard named Harry Potter? Well, if you do, you might be interested to know that the Arabic version of Harry Potter has just been banned. Ponder that for a moment. I know. It’s heavy. Let it sink in. Oh, wait. This time, the ban is actually political […]

Books, Culture, Israel, Jordan