A custom made pair of Christian Louboutin shoes were delivered in Damascus last Friday on the 22nd of April, since Mrs Asma al Assad (first lady of Syria) has to be prepared for the uprising of her country and apologize “in style” to her people for massacre them…
Loubi, my dear, please update your site. It’s lovely, but a bit slow… it took a million years to order online. Kiss kiss
When I began my virtual travel to Yemen, the first thing that stroke my feminine nature was the “child brides” theme. The numbers are socking, since 52% of women there are getting married before puberty. Yemen is a very traditional islamic country… They simply follow the example of prophet Muhammad, who married Aisha when she was 6 years old, and 9 when he consumated their marriage…!
On the other hand, Yemen is a country in the Arab peninsula that has all exotic elements of “One thousand and One nights” folk tales, without the romantic element of the story. The structure of the cities, the existence of sheikhs (they rise and shine), the unexpected rebellion of the people.
While I was drawing, I was reading (yes, I can do both simultaneously) a very interesting article by the N.Y. Times: “Is Yemen the Next Afghanistan?” Suprisingly, this american article by Robert F. Worth, published in July 6th, 2010 (before the African uprising) was my virtual transportation to the country. I strongly recommented it…
On one hand we have Avigdor Lieberman, the Israeli foreign minister who according to The Independent is the worst thing that could happen to the Middle East, and on the other hand we have Joseph Lieberman the U.S. senator who introduced legislation that could make it a federal crime for anyone to public the name of U.S. intelligence source at Wikileaks. Enjoy the Lieberman Collection!!!