December 28, 2014
A visiting blind woman cries foul after a Dubai-based airline allegedly refused to allow her guide dog on board a flight she took from Dubai to Barcelona earlier this month.
Upon physical examination, the men were deemed "not gay".
December 27, 2014
The 16-year-old accused Erdogan of being the "chief of theft, bribery and corruption."
Saudi Arabia's priorities are in the wrong place! A pair of women's rights activists are to be tried in a "terrorism court" for defying the kingdom's strict female driving ban.
December 26, 2014
Bah humbug sheikh! Anti-Christmas scholar mocked in Lebanon for calling on Muslims not to celebrate festivities
There's always one anti-Christmas grumpy man at the table! Sheikh Husssam al-Ilan from Lebanon urged Muslims not to celebrate the festive period, sparking online ridicule for his comments.
Styling your hair, putting on make-up and of course, smoking shisha behind the wheel (asides stating the obvious of being very dangerous) are now banned in Dubai under new traffic plans.
December 25, 2014
It's been a tough year for Christians in the Middle East. Jordan's King Abdullah offered warm wishes to the Christian communities across Jordan, urging for peace and reconciliation.
An Israeli woman was thrown off a bus for having blue hair by the driver who accused the woman of having the same hair colour of the country's flag.
December 24, 2014
The family of Jordanian pilot Mu'ath Safi Yousef al-Kaseasbeh who was captured by Daesh militants in Syria after his warplane was shot down have made a heartfelt plea for his release.
A group of Palestinian activists in Bethlehem decided to decorate a Christmas tree with leftover Israeli tear gas canisters and stun grenades. Talk about making a political point!
The Pope published a letter to Arab Christians encouraging them to be proud of their heritage in light of recent terror across the Middle East by Daesh militants.
Bit of war zone reporting light relief! This fuming mad BBC journalist got giggly high, filming live from Afghanistan opium fire
Standing in front of 8.5 tonnes of burning heroin, opium, hash and other narcotics was probably not a good idea for the BBC’s Middle East correspondent Quentin Sommerville who got high while covering the story.
In an operation code-named Prince, Dubai Police arrested three Romanian men who worked with accomplices in France to dupe a jeweler in Dubai into giving up Dh12 million worth of diamonds, gold, certificates and bills.
December 23, 2014
Saudi Arabia's Board of Senior Scholars dismissed petitions to set a minimum marrying age for girls.
The king of controversy has spoken again. This time, it's not about gender equality for Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Instead, he is now insisting that women should not use birth control, but have more babies.