March 25, 2014
Female poets find solace in using their art to critique Iranian society.
The remains of Lawrence of Arabia’s secret desert camp parties have been found perfectly preserved 100 years later in Jordan.
March 24, 2014
A conference for Berlin Islam Week was interrupted after three topless FEMEN activists stormed the stage.
Iranian media says the fake U.S. warship is part of a movie set.
A new exhibition at the British Museum has put mummies under CAT scans - and there have been some surprising results!
Satwa Reservoir Park in Dubai is set to become the first solar-powered park in the emirate by the end of this year.
March 23, 2014
A U.S. rabbi released a statement this week condemning Israel's expansionist policies, saying it is "counter to Judaism."
Jordan's Sharia Court of Appeal in Amman ruled last week that women will not be allowed to testify in court if they are not wearing a hijab.
According to a recent study by the Mercer consulting group, Baghdad placed last when it comes to quality of life. This is no small loss – Mercer looks at 239 cities, taking into account factors such as political stability, crime and pollution, Agence France Presse (AFP) reported.
According to a recent study, 78 per cent of the UAE's population has a deficiency in vitamin D.
March 22, 2014
The book Expi Elephant Travels to Dubai focuses on the importance of doing well and trying your best in school.
Muslims visiting the Grand Mosque can now enjoy refreshing water during the tawaf of the Kaaba, thanks to a new water service.
March 21, 2014
Dr. Mohammad Naseem, chairman of the Birmingham Central Mosque, compared the need of gay Muslims to control themselves to 'compulsive' murderers, gamblers, and pedophiles.
March 20, 2014
Tracking the rise of Japanese cartoons in Lebanon.
A 14-year-old hacked five Omani websites including the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority website.