July 8, 2013
An Indonesian woman has been jailed for three years after she was found guilty of human trafficking in Dubai
Amnah al Fard is hoping to break the world record for the largest display of quilled dolls
UAE is launching a campaign to curb excessive wastage of food during Ramadan whereby leftovers will be donated to those in need
July 7, 2013
Islamic researcher Dr Shaikh Mohammed Ashmawy says offensive practices and skimpy outfits are not acceptable in public, particularly in shopping centres, malls, and places with crowded people.
In 2014, the sacred city of Mecca will construct a multi-bilion dollar transportation system, giving pilgrims a speedy commute to prayer.
WhatsApp smartphone application is set to be suspended in Saudi Arabia within days, according to the Al-Hayat newspaper
"For Israel, a Palestinian union with Jordan offers security guarantees," Michael Sharnoff writes
July 6, 2013
US Government says it will not stop force-feeding prisoners at Guantanamo Bay during Ramadan
Wealthy Arab tourists in London snap up snazzy cars over Ramadan
A tragic case of desperation and ignorance leads to the death of a Saudi mother and her baby.
July 5, 2013
A source from Egypt’s largest newspaper, Al-Ahram, reports that journalists have detained Editor-in-Chief Abdel Nasser Salama, demanding his removal.
After being abducted from her work home, a Filipino maid convinced her kidnappers that she had to use the restroom, then made her escape
July 4, 2013
Any Yemenis or East Africans hooked on Qat might want to cancel their summer trips to England. The United Kingdom has made the herbal stimulant illegal.
Iran's state TV attacked for broadcasting footage of a skimpily clad Shakira during football match
Dubai mall security staff are making sure shoppers are respectfully dressed during the Ramadan season.