October 15, 2013
Devil stoning is a symbolic ritual in the Hajj pilgrimage.
Two Canadians of Lebanese origins won seats in the parliament of the Nova Scotia province in Canada.
Syrian President Bashar Assad might be terrorising the Syrian population and perpetrating unimaginable warcrimes, but it seems he has another talent - being a joker.
Did you think that truffles were only found in Italy and France? Think again! In Qatar, researchers are seeking for ideal locations to cultivate truffles in the desert.
October 14, 2013
In efforts to counter recent anti-Israel advertisement, StandWithUs is launching a pro-Israel campaign to counter efforts made by the Palestine Awareness Coalition.
The late and great Lebanese singer Wadih al-Safi will be laid to rest in his Lebanese hometown of Niha on Monday.
Muslims take "Allah" to court in efforts to pass laws that give rights for usage of the term by Muslims only.
While masses will still make the pilgrimage, numbers are down by almost a third due to virus concerns.
October 13, 2013
Saudi religious police find more than they bargained for in a local cemetery when they catch a couple in the "act".
Hajj is officially underway as Muslims begin their journey.
After 12 years working as a spy for the Israeli Intelligence Agency Mossad, Mishka Ben-David quit his secret job and turned into a bestselling thriller novelist.
A Saudi woman has filed for divorce after catching her husband lighting up a crafty fag near their home in Jeddah.
A long time peace walker makes his way to Hajj on foot.
Saudi women who defied the driving ban last week received support from one of the world’s most powerful women: Former U.S. Presidential candidate and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
October 12, 2013
Egyptian Islamists have turned to graffiti as a new weapon in feud with the military.