February 3, 2014
Stop the press! U.S. President Barack Obama's half brother Malik wore a Hamas keffiyeh in 2010!
Your Middle East tracked down Yosser Saidane, who appeared in a famous shot of the Tunisian revolution flashing the peace sign.
February 2, 2014
Topless butler service has arrived in Dubai: fit, good-looking males "armed with charm" can seat and serve guests at your next big event.
Among other fantastic endeavors, Mr. Tim Tebow, American football's overly religious darling, has some things to say about peace in the world...in Arabic.
Egypt has a new superhero: Qahera, a powerful, hijab-wearing woman fighting against misogyny, Islamophobia, and societal stereotypes and gender roles.
Bassem Youssef talks about what viewers can expect in his comeback and on his show with the newly assigned station, MBC Egypt.
January 30, 2014
A woman in Saudi Arabia got plastic surgery to make herself look like her husband's crush, Kim Kardashian. However, it ended in divorce...
#Fertile: 97-year-old Iraqi man dies six months after wedding young bride...leaving behind 325 offspring
A ninety-seven-year-old Iraqi man has died only six months after his wedding.
Controversial Egyptian belly dancer Sama el-Masry announced on Wednesday she will run in the next parliamentary elections for the Sharquiyah governorate, Mursi’s home district, in revenge against the Muslim Brotherhood.
Jordan's King Abdullah II turns 52 on Tuesday.
No booze, no boys, no bacon: Here's what people REALLY think of Marvel's Muslim superhero Kamala Khan
Marvel's creation of a Muslim superhero, a 16-year-old Pakistani girl living in New Jersey called Kamala Khan, has elicited a wide range of reactions.
January 29, 2014
A Super Bowl advert for Sodastream - which has a factory in an illegal Israeli settlement in the West Bank - has caused global controversy. Sultry star Scar Jo has come under intense criticism from the pro-Palestinian lobby for her support of the brand.
More than 1, 650 people in Saudi Arabia filed for divorce in 2013 on grounds of lack of sex, and the majority of the plaintiffs were women, say statistics from the courts.
Cookbook writer Barbara Abdeni Massad sells recipes and gives the proceeds to Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
The Middle East may not be getting some Google ‘sex specs’ but watch this glass act...here comes "Glance"!
With Google Glass being shunned by conservative Middle East, Arabs from the region need not sweat it, as they will still have the voyeur's God-given right to 'watch love-making' from a different, inside perspective. Glory be to home-grown 'Glance' --a regional app to rival Google Glass...