October 29, 2013
Egyptian journalist Farida Shobashi has accused satirist Bassem Youssef of thinking with his penis after his most recent TV episode.
Three year old still in intensive care after gang-raping by several Saudi men.
The world's tallest man married his true love today.
October 28, 2013
The Iranian government imposed a ban on reformist newspaper Bahar Monday after it published an article considered anti-Islamic.
Jordan's Queen Rania did an interview with Al Arabiya in which she discussed Jordan's reform, the political trouble in Egypt and global education.
Israeli forces Arab public relations Spokesman Avichay Adraee posted a video of Lebanese singer Fairuz 's "I loved you in summer," sparking outrage among fans.
In light of the recent hype surrounding the ban on female drivers in Saudi Arabia, our resident Yankee decides to have a satirical look at KSA's law against 'Girls Driving Solo'. Women drivers? Now there's the joke! At least we hope it's satire.
October 27, 2013
Hisham fageeh, a global internet sensation, sings a cheeky a capella version titled “No Woman No Drive.
Saudi women beat up and overpower harasser.
Saudi Arabia announced in September that it will not extend amnesty deadlines that expire in November to workers in the Kingdom without legal status. As a result, thousands of expat workers are scrambling to legalize their status ahead of the looming deadline, but KSA and news sources are not making the process easy. With different parties issuing mixed statements each day, illegal workers trying to secure status countrywide are left in a standstill.
A recent Abu Dhabi-based report has proved that smoking shisha is more addictive than cocaine.
The Palestinian Authority is set to plant some 750,000 olive trees across the West Bank to compensate Palestinians who had their groves destroyed by Israeli settlers.
October 26, 2013
The youngest daughter of Indonesia's Sultan married her groom this morning in a lavish wedding ceremony.
A woman from the West Bank was charged Tuesday with failing to report her conviction for a terrorist bombing when she became a U.S. citizen.
Every day, Mohammad Nasab makes zalabi, mushabbak and maakaroun. Yet despite the popularity of the nation’s beloved desserts, he is among the last in Sidon who specialize in these sticky delights.