Let him eat cake! Jordan's King Abdullah turns 51.
Milestones of HM King Abdullah II of Jordan Today marks the 51st birthday of His Majesty King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein, who ascended the Jordanian Throne on the 7th of Feb, 1999 after the death of his late Majesty King Hussein.
On occasion of His Majesty's birthday I'm writing this quick biographical blogpost to highlight the milestones of His Majesty Life.
Saudi Arabia: Interview with Saudi wife, Nicole Part I of II "For some reason, I braced myself for a cheesy pick-up line. Then he continued, "Do you know where I can buy a cowboy hat here?""
Take notes all you Aran men who want a foreign wife: Start with a cowboy hat and the rest is gravy.
Yanni Live in Dubai YANNI is a legendary composer and live performer who has brought hundreds of millions of fans and fellow world citizens together via his concerts is all set to return to Dubai.
YANNI with his full Orchestra will perform live in Dubai World Trade Centre as part of his World Tour 2013.
Look At All Those Lebanese "Kuffar" Some Lebanese decided that such obvious cultural terrorism i.e banning civil marriages, wasn't going to be the way to silence them. So they did what they could and they spoke up -- peacefully.
Dubai Lynx Teams Up With YouTube to Launch 30 Second Ad Competition The Dubai Lynx 7-Day Brief powered by YouTube, is a new regional contest in search of two talented individuals who wish to showcase their creative flair by producing a 30 second commercial for a non-for-profit organisation.
5 Things to do in Lebanon The Wall Street Journal compiled a list of five fun things to do around Lebanon in an article published yesterday.
It's good the articles mentions nothing about the nightlife in Beirut for a change!
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