February 23, 2014
Saudi kids are using their pastime - rollerblading - to make a quick buck.
Rajab Al Toum, a 125-year-old Palestinian man, says the secret to a long life is a healthy diet.
February 22, 2014
Myriam Klink, a Lebanese model-turned-singer, reached out to the Lebanese public to hear their advice on whether she should pose completely naked in a photo shoot for an undisclosed cause.
February 21, 2014
A new fatwa issued in the UAE forbids Muslims from traveling to Mars.
February 20, 2014
Dating websites are becoming very popular among Chinese Muslims.
On Monday, Denmark banned the religious slaughter of animals, a decision that angered many Muslim and Jewish groups worldwide.
Swap your bikini for a burka - here's the list of the hottest destinations for your "halal holiday"!
Turkey and the UAE have topped the list of "halal" places for Muslims to vay-cay to in the Middle East.
February 19, 2014
British women are meeting Syrian rebels online and marrying them, new report shows.
Goos Hofstee gives a review of the hotly anticipated documentary on Egypt's 2011 revolution, "The Square".
Out of a population of around seven million in Jordan, 1.8 million cars can be found on Amman's streets during rush hours.
Britain's Prince Charles got friendly with his hosts in Saudi Arabia - by donning some traditional garb and dancing!
February 18, 2014
Four-year-old Syrian boy Marwan was found wondering in the Jordanian desert after being "temporarily separated" from his family while crossing the Syria-Jordan border.
No, she's not a niqabi! Sisi's wife appeared in public for the first time, looking radiant in her hijab.
Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble: Is black magic on the rise in Saudi?
How very Macbeth: " Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble"....black magic is on the rise in Saudi, according to a recent report.
A Kuwaiti man is proud to have named his son George H.W Bush, after the late President.