British Prime Minister David Cameron is hoping to reverse a 2013 parliamentary decision that prohibits bombing in Syria as he prepares to introduce a new British strategy in Syria to Parliament this week. (Facebook)
November 24, 2015 - 16:00 GMT
British officials discuss the pros and cons of bombing Syria; Queen Rania supports Google's biggest street view capture of Middle East in Jordan; an Amman blogger shares his experience with a chicken allergy; And how to make an Arab not pee in public.
The video features Roger Waters, a founding member of Pink Floyd, asking viewers to join the cultural boycott of Israel. (Facebook)
November 24, 2015 - 12:00 GMT
Artists around the world sign on to a cultural boycott of Israel; How Daesh planned the Paris attacks to build contempt between Muslims and the world; A Lebanese beauty blogger on why her YouTube channel is in Arabic; And rich kids destroying stereotypes around the world.
November 23, 2015 - 16:00 GMT
Turkey's complicated situation between the Kurds and Daesh; On Egypt's significant yet unstable role in the Middle East; How the pronunciation of foreign words could indicate nationalism and contempt; And the daily struggle for survival as a woman in Egypt's villages.
November 23, 2015 - 12:00 GMT
An interviewer of Daesh prisoners shares the reason behind their violence; Trump and how segregation is never limited to one group; Frequently asked questions about why Saudi women can't drive; And how the Lebanese are blissfully unaware of their crises as they bake large pastries.
A hydropower plant in Morocco. The EBRD did not invest in any renewable energy projects in Morocco or Tunisia between 2012 and 2014. (Facebook)
November 22, 2015 - 16:00 GMT
Analyzing the progress, or lack thereof, of renewable energy in the Middle East; A dog owner's perspective on recent dog deaths in the news; Recognizing Fairuz's important role in Lebanese identity on her 80th birthday; And Thanksgiving turkey goals.
Deah, left, was one of three victims of a shooting in February. By the time of his death, he had raised $16,000 for his Project Refugee Smiles. In the month following his death, donations to his cause reached half a million dollars. (Facebook)
November 22, 2015 - 12:00 GMT
American dental student's plans for refugees cut short when he is shot; The history of terrorism in Egypt; Europe's lack of strategy in trying to defeat Daesh; And a Middle Eastern style cauliflower stir-fry recipe.
November 21, 2015 - 13:41 GMT
Diplomatic relations between UAE and Turkey hurt by media's defamation; A young woman adjusts to married life in Lebanon; Memes about people who equate Islam with Daesh; and 130,000 Arab dreams analyzed to reveal disturbing subconscious thoughts.
November 19, 2015 - 20:00 GMT
An analysis of the incompetency in Saudi Arabian education system; The need to treat psychological horrors of war on young Syrian children; Cristiano Ronaldo agrees to meet recently orphaned 3-year-old Lebanese boy; The heart-breaking descent of beautiful Lebanon into war.
November 19, 2015 - 14:51 GMT
How Daesh's attacks in Lebanon drew Hamas and Hezbollah together; Why terrorism becomes a bigger threat when refugees are not accepted; About an Arabic film screening in Jordan Tuesday evening; And some comic relief in the form of Lebanese Siri.
November 18, 2015 - 16:29 GMT
16 things to never ask a victim of sexual assault; 10 foods that look like the organs they benefit; How to become more confident in 2 minutes; Syrian rebel groups voice their sympathy for Paris and other local news from Aleppo.
November 18, 2015 - 12:13 GMT
How the war in Syria has changed social aspects of life; Basic English words you wouldn't know are Arabic; Call to support free expression advocate and blogger Hisham Almiraat as he faces trial in Morocco; and a young Muslim Indian shares her story of arranged marriages.
November 17, 2015 - 16:00 GMT
Beirut airport security is analyzed following recent security breaches in Egypt; Articles giving a Middle Eastern perspective on Daesh, its creation, and its unseen effects on the Middle East; An injured Egyptian victims is wrongly suspected of Paris attacks; And Mark Zuckerberg explains why Beirut didn't get a safety check.
November 17, 2015 - 12:00 GMT
Jordanians in Paris write about the terrorist attacks; Islam is defined as a source of unity and nationalism in Turkish history; Lack of staff, medicine, and equipment force critically injured Syrians to go Turkish hospitals; And a call for unity and re-education in identity in the next generation.
November 16, 2015 - 16:00 GMT
Ahmad Naji's sexually explicit novel and its supposed effect on Egyptian society; Why a two-state argument for Israel/Palestine is not convincing; How media coverage of recent terrorist attacks revealed the power structures at play behind perceptions of race; Different perceptions of the concept of 'time' and its significance.
November 15, 2015 - 16:00 GMT
Mourning Lebanese wonder why attacks on Beirut were ignored by the world; Kurds in Turkey call for media attention amid conflicts with government; Young men from the Gulf region join the most extreme rebel groups against Assad; Syrian Muslims learn to deal with Daesh demands and ponder their ridiculousness.
“Fight in the way of God against those who fight against you, but begin not hostilities. Lo! God loveth not aggressors.” (Facebook)
November 15, 2015 - 12:00 GMT
Specific readings from the Quran forbidding terrorism and murder; The frightening task of traveling as a woman under Daesh control; Social media's lack of attention to Beirut bombings; And Paris standing strong and united after the shocking terror attacks.