March 24, 2013
The Internet hacktivist collective Anonymous released the names, addresses and phone numbers of over 35,000 Israeli officials, including politicians, army officers and agents for spy agency Mossad.
According to the Kingdom's leading cleric, the social media site is just a waste of time.
March 23, 2013
More than 700 teenagers are on their way to the UAE for a taste of international power at the model UN conference.
Ten years after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, the theories of who betrayed whom continue to swirl.
March 22, 2013
One designer has used the super-rare red diamonds to accessorize the world's most expensive abaya.
March 21, 2013
Our American in Arabia already has the itinerary set for his President's visit to Jordan and surprisingly, it does not include Petra. Welcome to Jordan, Mr. Barack Obama!
After a female demonstrator posts semi-naked pictures of herself online, the president of the country's Vice and Virtue Commission is less than impressed.
Mervat Mousa, who was slapped by a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, says she will be filing a case against the slapper.
A Saudi prince jailed in Britain for murdering his servant was flown back to his home country on Monday to serve the rest of his life sentence.
March 20, 2013
After getting accused of stealing a $100 bill, one airport security guard decides to try to swallow the evidence.
United Nations Secretary-General urges peace through the power of culture in Nowruz address.
Another online initiative was launched on Facebook last week attempting to put an end to the sexual harassment plaguing Egypt.
The Princess can proudly say she's the most popular Saudi lady on the micro blogging site.
March 19, 2013
Jordan's King is an advocate of the two state solution but worries it may be too late
The newly-elected Syrian interim opposition prime minister is a naturalised US citizen