Arab Tourism Threat alifarabia | January 27, 2013 | Egypt, Feaured Egypt | No Comments Tweet WanderingtheWorld (www.LostManProject.com) / Travel Photos / CC BY-NC The Arab World is getting hotter and drier, and there is a danger that the snow-peaked caps of Lebanon, Arabian Gulf coastal areas and coral reefs threaten the tourism industry, a new report warns. CONTNUE READING Related posts: Human Rights Watch: From Arab Spring To Arab Autumn? Human Rights Watch reports, by their very nature, never present a rosy outlook as they are given to highlighting the atrocities of governments and the lack of dignity and freedom... Post-Arab Spring conflict While the recent conflict between Hamas and Israel could come to an end, it is clear that new battle lines and alliances are being drawn, changing once again the regional... An Arab Spring In The United States? Arab Spring-style protests are apparently being planned in the United States as the richest country in the world teeters on the edge of a 'lesser depression'... US shale: A threat to Saudi dominance? OPEC finally acknowledged the very clear and present danger of North American shale oil and gas production.... Mayor Bloomberg Warns Of Egypt-style Riots If Jobs Aren’t Created In U.S. Soon There will be riots in the streets: Mayor Bloomberg warns of anarchy if more jobs aren't created soon... Related Posts IMF loan may be sole lifeline for Egypt No Comments | Apr 7, 2013 Arab Spring-Related Economic Losses For Affected Countries: $56-Billion No Comments | Oct 16, 2011 What’s In Store For The Global Economy In Second Half No Comments | Jul 3, 2011 Can Gulf stock markets maintain momentum? No Comments | Apr 24, 2012 About The Author admin Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name:* Email Address:* Website: Comment:* Yes, add me to your mailing list.