February 24, 2013 1 Comment
This is a cute Microsoft Explorer commercial, very spot on. They captured the lives of the 90′s kids perfectly. I’m getting so nostalgic about the 90′s, even though I wasn’t a kid then anymore.
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October 20, 2012 1 Comment
Fatburger are brining Orange Crush back to us.
Crush, both the cola and orange flavors, used to rule the soda market in Kuwait back in the 70′s and 80′s. They went head to head with Pepsi and Miranda at the time. The ionic Crush bottle was recognized more than coke’s iconic bottle back then, because coke was banned in Kuwait back in those days.
Fatburger sells the 355 ml bottle for one kd, or an extra 350 fils to your meal instead of regular soda.
August 2, 2012 5 Comments
Video produced and directed by AbdulRahman Al-Harbi @benharbe
August 2, 2012 Leave a Comment
July 28, 2012 Leave a Comment
Saudi Arabia got a huge boost in respect and admiration tonight, for allowing Saudi women to participate in the Olympics for the first time ever.
Twitter is filled filled with tweets like this one, with people admiring SA for finally progressing forward towards gender equality and respect.
The whole world is watching the London Olympics, and got to watch this historical moment for Saudi women. You can’t buy this kind of positive promotion.
Way to go Saudi and more way to go King Abdullah.
June 22, 2012 2 Comments
المسلسل التاريخي الديني “عمر” سوف يعرض في شهر رمضان على قناة أم بي سي، وتدور قصته حول سيدنا عمر بن الخطاب، رضي الله عنه
شكل المسلسل وايد قوي و إنتاجه جدا محترف، و شكل المسلسل ما يتطوف. فيه مشاهد لمكة القديمة بالكعبة المشرفة و البيوت حواليها، و مليئ بالشخصيات الصحابية التاريخية
February 28, 2012 2 Comments
The Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development celebrated it’s 50th anniversary Golden Jubilee last week, with an extravagant ceremony, attended by the Emir. Many countries were helped by the Kuwaiti Fund sent dance and entertainment groups to participate in the celebration including: Uzbekistan, Senegal, China, Cuba & Lebanon.
I didn’t get a chance to watch it on TV, and only found the youtube link today. I hope the celebration turns out to be as good and fun as these attractive pictures are [pics taken from here and here].
The performances don’t start till minute 46, with the last and final act (with all countries) starting at 1:13. So if you want to fast forward to that portion, click [here]. Or you can watch to the start of the video below for a short history of Kuwait Fund’s achievements, which extended far beyond the initial Arab world to include other countries in East\Southeast Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Pacific, and Africa.
If my memory is right, aid and loans totaled $16 billion given to more than 100 different countries. The Kuwait Fund is just one more reason to be proud to be Kuwaiti.
February 26, 2012 Leave a Comment
Ibn Battuta travelled more than 120,000 KMs during his lifetime. He was born in Morocco in the 1300′s, but travelled all over the Islamic World including: Southern Europe, Eastern Europe, Middle Europe, Africa, Arabia, India, and the Far East. His record of travel distance stood unbroken fore 450 years, until steam travel was discovered.