- YouTube video mashups of Saudi folk dancing with Western music have been a popular item on this blog. Here is the latest in this series, courtesy of Mctoom.
- Ahmed Ba-Aboud: “When would reforms in Saudi Arabia be real reforms and not the gift of the King? It is when those reforms focus on finding solutions to the real issues of the country rather than creating more fictional wars.”
- Speaking of reforms, Human Rights Watch recently released their report on Saudi Arabia in which they try to review and evaluate the past five years. The report is well written and reaches a conclusion many of us already know: there have been some changes here and there, but there is still much more to do, and these changes need to be institutionalized to ensure their sustainability.
- Jordanian blogger Ahmad Humeid writes about the new opportunities that the iPhone and the iPad offer to software developers in the Arab World, with a shout out to my good friend Bandar Raffah.
Dancing, Reform, HRW Report, Arab iPhone developers
This entry was written by Ahmed, posted on Thursday, October 7, 2010 at 23:43, filed under Arts, Asides, Blogging, Human Rights, Humor, Politics, Saudi Arabia and tagged alternative saudi voices, apple, bagadood, Dancing, folk, hrw, human right watch, humeid, iPad, iphone, mashup, mctoom. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.