Posts Tagged ‘iraq’
WikiLeaks, a Swedish-hosted website that publishes anonymous submissions and leaks of sensitive documents from governments and other organizations, while preserving the anonymity of its sources. Within a year of its launch, the site said its database had grown to more than 1.2 million documents. The video speaks for itself.
Filed under: American Culture | Leave a Comment
Tags: children, helicopter, iraq, Shooting, US, van, wikileaks
I knew it wouldn’t take long before someone viral marketed this game. This shoe throwing flash application-game has one objective: Hit Bush in the face with your shoe. Lebanon is currently the 11th country in the world that plays this game. I don’t know if the more people trow shoes at Bush is necessarily good […]
Filed under: Activism, humour | 5 Comments
Tags: Bush, flash, game, iraq, shoe
There is no need to define what throwing a shoe means in the Arab culture, I think it’s self explanatory to humans in general. During a press conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, Bush received a taste of the immense resentment many Iraqis feel toward his policies: Just after Bush finished his remarks and […]
Filed under: American Culture, Middle East | 7 Comments
Tags: Bush, iraq, Muntazer al-Zaidi, shoe, throwing
After months of stalemate, painstaking negotiations, and political poker play, the US and Iraq have finally agreed on a definite date – to end the US-led occupation of Iraq by 2011.
Filed under: Middle East, World Affairs | 1 Comment
Tags: Cost of war, iraq, US
Changed address – Please update: https://theinnercircle.wordpress.com/✌-expat-jobs Since Gilbert Younis’s Job Posts are receiving tremendous success, we have decided to create his own page, and would provide a Service to receive updated feeds though RSS concerning new jobs, just like our innercircle main blog. To each, The Lebanese Inner Cirlce would like to Thank you for […]
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Tags: Abu-Dhabi, Bahrain, Dubai, Egypt, Expatriates, france, iraq, Jobs, Lagos, Lebanese, Middle East, Nigeria, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Work