Total Recall (The Director's Cut)
Was it all a dream, or was it reality? To be honest, by the time the end credits of the Director's Cut of the Total Recall remake started to roll, I did not care.
As the story's last 'twist' belly flopped onto the screen, the one wish that came to mind was for the film to end
Source: Review AE
Syrian National Mess
You’d think Syria’s elite politicians would have been self-motivated to compromise and act by the destruction and mass slaughter in their homeland, by the urgency of the tragedy, by the vacuum allowing nihilists and potential warlords to call shots.
But no. While Syria’s grassroots revolutionaries are unparalleled heroes, seemingly capable of endless self-sacrifice, Syrian political elites have failed their people massively.
Jordan jails ex-spy chief for corruption
Nobody in Jordan expected Mohammed al-Dahabi, who was head of the intelligence service from 2005 to 2008, to be handed the maximum prison sentence of 13 years at the end of his corruption trial.
He used to be one of the most feared security officials in the country, and one of the closest people to King Abdullah.
Source: Blog Al Jazeera
Urban Reflections in Jabal Al Qalaa
It is inspiring. Beautiful. Joyous.
This initiative, taking place in Jabal Al-Qalaa, is the first chapter of the Urban Reflections project. Several artists participated by editing the environment with colors and paintings. From their Facebook page: “We are a non-profit community arts residency program, here in Amman, connecting artists with communities to produce great works of art.