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Screenshot On the 29th of November ArabCrunch represented by its founder Gaith Saqer, went to Egypt’s boarders with Gaza strip at the city of Rafah, trying to get an entry to the besieged strip. Saqer’s intention from entering Gaza is purely humanitarian and non political, the plan was to connect with relevant parties and AC’s team in Gaza to p...
Screenshot Some times having something in Arabic that is close to an English website is of benefit to the average Arabic user, with Elcinema this case is true. Elcinema provides a comprehensive users generated database about movies and TV shows unlike Jordanian startup shoofeetv which focus more on Middle East satellite channels and TV shows. The s...
Screenshot Updated. There is no doubt that here at ArabCrunch we were big fans of Twitter since the day it was launched. We favored it over its Arab clone WaWet, for many reasons on top of them international adoption rate and a large applications ecosystem. We were happy that Twitter opened a new platform for the world to communicate on 1 to 1 and ...
Screenshot AljazeeraTalk is  one of the first citizen journalism  based websites in Arabic, as it was founded in since 2006, the site publishes interesting reports you do not often find in main stream media. Today they launched the English version. The English site which seems is not fully launched as some links are broken, has some videos promot...
Screenshot For the first time in our history a technology event refuses to issue a media pass to ArabCrunch! No event from Dubai to London to Washington to Silicon Valley have ever refused to issue us a media pass before. But folks at MENA ICT Forum in Jordan did not issue one for us! The tech event coined as the region's ICT forum is organized by Inform...
Screenshot The US State Department entered into competition against ArabCrunch with very "fair terms" under the pretext of "helping Muslims." As part of the Obama's Promise and engagement plans for entrepreneurship and tech innovation in the Muslim world as a new pillar to fight “extremism” or “terrorism”. And After we posted about a leak from so...
Screenshot Venture Capital firm Middle East Venture Partners (MEVP), has announced three new investments in Lebanese-based companies: Pin-Pay SAL, iLevel SAL, and Multilane SAL. MEVP says the The funding will assist the companies in pursuing regional growth and extending their product offerings. The companies MEVP’s investmented are as follows: Pin-P...
Screenshot It seems folks at Tasree3 have taken our advice and expanded beyond the Jordanian market as they launched few days ago their Riyadh version. Tasree3 Saudi Arabia is in Arabic since in that market Arabic is the mainstream language for web user, it offers the same features as of Tasree3 in Amman, search bar, where you can enter the restaurant nam...
Screenshot Number 1 video sharing website owned by Google, YouTube now has an Arabic Interface. The move is some how late for Google to bring an Arabic interface for YouTube, since most of its other services are already has an Arabic UI. This move means local Arab video sharing startups such as iKbis and D1G which the later is headed by former Yaho...
Screenshot It is another day and we are still alive and free :) the news today Group-buying startup GoNabit has launched its Lebanese version, now offering special deals the first one for women. GoNabit works by offering offering time limited deals with dissents that can go to 60-70%, and its uses your social graph to leverage group buying, if enough ...
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