Share3 Misr: The First Official Venue for Street Vendors in Egypt

Share3 Misr: The First Official Venue for Street Vendors in Egypt

  In an attempt by the state to support struggling youth, Egypt finally made a positive move for every Egyptian with a dream. Share3 Misr has officially become the first authorized venue for every street vendor with a culinary talent.   The past two years have witnessed multiple trendy food carts all over the streets […]

You Can Now Renew Your Car License with Fawry in Cairo

You Can Now Renew Your Car License with Fawry in Cairo

How many times have you been stunned by a police officer in the street after realizing your car license is expired? You have tons of work, the traffic is horrendous and the last thing you need is an extra errand in this hot Mordor-y weather.     Finally, someone gave us the treat of a […]

Sheikh Mohammad Has Just Pardoned 1,014 Prisoners in Dubai Before Ramadan

Sheikh Mohammad Has Just Pardoned 1,014 Prisoners in Dubai Before Ramadan

The holy month of Ramadan is known for its forgiveness and good deeds. Dubai being itself — AKA role model — is once again teaching everyone a lesson about mercy and tolerance.     His Highness Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, just pardoned 1,014 […]

Kiteloop Releases Statement After Being Completely Demolished by Authorities

Kiteloop Releases Statement After Being Completely Demolished by Authorities

  One thing Egypt has been suffering from for the past few years is the almost non-existent tourism. Our top touristic cities that used to get fully-booked all year round have now turned into ghost towns.     It was a shock to everyone to hear that the authorities have completely demolished Kiteloop camp in Ras […]

King Salman Of Saudi Arabia Announces New Critical Royal Decrees

King Salman Of Saudi Arabia Announces New Critical Royal Decrees

  Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz has issued new royal decrees; announcing several new domestic policies and a cabinet reshuffle. The policies are expected to immensely influence the domestic and foreign policy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.   Firstly, the royal decrees included several domestic policies, among them is the payment of two […]

There’s a Bahraini Ramadan Contest Where the Winner Gets an ‘Ethiopian Housemaid’

There’s a Bahraini Ramadan Contest Where the Winner Gets an ‘Ethiopian Housemaid’

  Bahraini citizens have been raging over an ad that was published in one of their newspapers. The ad called for participation in a contest where the winner will have an “Ethiopian housemaid” as the prize. The contest was also scheduled to take place during the Holy month of Ramadan.   The unethical, racist, and […]

Little Egyptian Girl Loses Her Cool On Facebook Because Cheetos is Expensive

Little Egyptian Girl Loses Her Cool On Facebook Because Cheetos is Expensive

Another day, another Facebook rant about the soaring prices. Just when we thought adults were the only one’s suffering, a cute little girl with lovely curly hair proved us wrong. A video went viral after a little kid, we assume not older than 6-years-old, throws the cutest fit in history on Facebook.   The girl starts […]

Meet Egypt’s First Female Governor

Meet Egypt’s First Female Governor

  Last Thursday, President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, swore in Nadia Ahmed Abdo as the governor of Beheira. Making her the first ever Female in Egypt to hold the position of governor. Having graduated from the Faculty of Engineering in 1968, Abdo went on to receive her master degree from the University of Alexandria; specializing […]

BREAKING: Egypt’s Government Resigns For Second Time in Two Years

BREAKING: Egypt’s Government Resigns For Second Time in Two Years

  Today, President Abdel Fattah Sisi accepted the Egyptian government’s resignation, marking the second time in two years that the government has resigned (the last being February 2014). The announcement came several days after the minister of agriculture, Salah El Din Helal was arrested on charges of corruption. Although an official reason has yet to […]

Public Opinion on Gender, Politics and Religion in the Middle East

Public Opinion on Gender, Politics and Religion in the Middle East

The results of a regional survey was published recently detailing public opinion on a number of topics, from gender roles and religious tolerance to democracy and military rule, across seven Middle Eastern countries. The survey, conducted by the University of Michigan’s Institute of Social Research, took place roughly over three years and focused primarily on […]