March 5, 2014
A Lebanese judge ruling over a case prosecuting homosexuality ruled that a piece of legislation that criminalizes gay sex is not valid.
March 4, 2014
Facebook has released data this week tracking social media use in the Middle East. In Egypt, over a third of the adult population is gaming, and in the UAE, Emiratis are spending an average of six hours on the web through their mobiles.
Pope Francis may need to wash his mouth out with soap before he visits the Middle East in May - the head of the Catholic Church accidentally dropped an F-bomb when speaking in the Vatican.
The Gulf is gagging for it. The first sex shop in Bahrain is set to open a second branch after increased demand.
A Filipino man was trapped in the UAE for 14 years because he defaulted on a loan.
March 3, 2014
On Monday, the Saudi government passed a ban on the sale of energy drinks at government, health, and education facilities. The ban also prohibits advertising for the drinks.
Move aside "The Passion of the Christ"! There's a new Christian movie that's set to shake things up in the Middle East.
According to the latest statistics, a car crash happens in the KSA every second and 17 people die every day from car-related accidents.
Jerusalem authorities are planning to require mosques to "lower the volume" of the Muslim call to prayer in the city, according to statements released Sunday.
March 2, 2014
Saudi women activists are petitioning the country's top consultative council to limit male guardians' "absolute authority" over women.
A pet camel in heat kills an Australian woman while reportedly attempting to have sex with her.
Supermodel Claudia Schiffer shared in an interview this week that the strangest moments in her career was when an Arab prince offered her £1 million to go on a date. The supermodel's answer: it's not all about the money.
Prime Minister Ibrahim Mehleb recently banned bottled water from government headquarters.
March 1, 2014
An Emirati company is bringing camel's milk to the western masses.
February 27, 2014
Sexual predators with prior criminal records who fear they might assault women and children again can opt for chemical castration if they really wished to repent, said a former professor of Shariah.