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Sunday, June 27, 2010

Bring in Haifa Wehbe

Last updated: June 27, 2010

August 4, 2009

A Saudi Doctor about plastic surgery taking over the kingdom, and actually all of the Arab world, by storm.

Ayman al-Sheikh, a Saudi doctor who spent almost 14 years in the U.S., most of them at Harvard, said demand in Saudi Arabia is in line with increased global demand. But what he sees more of in the Arab world, including Saudi Arabia, is a customers for procedures that enhance the face to the point where it no longer looks natural.

Source: The New York Times

Well, I don't know about Saudi Arabia, but by the name of Allah I swear that if human development indexes were to reflect the amount of silicon Haifa Wehbe and her doubles have managed to pack into their chests, Lebanon would have been immediately propelled into the ranks of the first world.

August 12, 2009

Haifa Wehbe and the destruction of Islamic Renaissance in the Middle East

I was bored and so I went to Maysaloon to have a talk with Wassim. Enjoy

:D :D

October 21, 2009

The Haifa Effect

Haifa Wehbe's revolution continues sweeping the Arab world. No wonder the first to take a direct hit is one of the Gulf's most liberal and progressive states.

KUWAIT CITY – Kuwait's highest court granted women the right to obtain a passport without their husband's approval, the case's lawyer said Wednesday, in the latest stride for women's rights in this small oil-rich emirate.

Unlike with highly conservative neighbors like Saudi Arabia, women in Kuwait can vote, serve in parliament and drive — and now can obtain their own passports.

Source: AP

Now what's left is for the Supreme Court to grant women the right to walk, so that they can go to collect their travel passports and then fly their ass out of the kingdom.

June 27, 2010

Haifa Wehbe and the Breastfeeding Revolution

Saudi women fight back as a nationwide breastfeeding party is about to start...

Riyadh: Saudi women plan to turn a controversial fatwa (religious ruling) to their advantage and launch a campaign to achieve their long-standing demand to drive in this conservative kingdom.

If the demand is not met, the women threatened to follow through the fatwa which allows them to breastfeed their drivers and turn them into their sons.

The campaign will be launched under the slogan: "We either be allowed to drive or breastfeed foreigners," a journalist told Gulf News.

Amal Zahid said that their decision follows a fatwa issued by a renowned scholar which said that Saudi women can breastfeed their foreign drivers for them to become their sons.

"As every Saudi family needs a driver, our campaign will focus on women's right to drive," she said.

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Source: GulfNews

And I am saying, Haifa Wehbe's revolution is consuming the Middle East and nothing can stop this region's relentless march into modernity!

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