October 11, 2016 - 18:36 GMT
A different take on the government's ongoing battle with ride-hailing apps; a shameful (and over-priced) book doesn't encourage to think beyond stereotypes; and the ever-growing concerns of American Muslims.
October 10, 2016 - 16:10 GMT
Opening a restaurant as a way to retain a sense of normality in the new country; the repercussions of lacking food in Yemen; and the beginning of a new beat in Saudi Arabia?
October 09, 2016 - 10:30 GMT
A few reasons why Trump doesn't have a "presidential look"; someone warned Trump that his sexist remarks about women would have become an issue; and Trump faces hugely damaging new scandals.
October 08, 2016 - 10:00 GMT
A 'on-going' photography project of Arabic tattoos highlights their meaning and impact in people's lives; why Dubai may be the next fashion destination; and an Emirati designer followed every detail of the century-old fair for her beautiful collection.
October 06, 2016 - 09:45 GMT
A non-Muslim teacher's struggle at an Islamic school; do gay people and transsexuals fleeing to Turkey find a better life?; and how the culture of protest is embedded in the story of South Africa because of apartheid.
October 04, 2016 - 11:00 GMT
The fictional account of a dystopian city in Kuwait; the "second class citizens" of Iranian Kurdistan; the book aiming to raise awareness of the villages Israel destroyed in 1948; and the city of love and loss that's mourning.
October 03, 2016 - 19:55 GMT
Another lawmaker has appeared in defense of the 'virginity test' initiative; the global responses and the inevitable politics surrounding Regeni's case; and how the real disaster in Egypt is the mismanagement of all its resources -above them the humans.
October 02, 2016 - 14:15 GMT
How efforts to increase women's participation in Iran politics were met with a campaign of repression from hardline institutions; why Iran needs a total revamping of entreched cultural attitudes; and why is NOT true that Iran has never been a site of drunken revelries.
September 30, 2016 - 20:58 GMT
Finding new ways to fight gender-based violence in the Arab world;an allegorical novel on the power mechanisms that regulate authoritarian rule; and the heartbreaking story of Marcell Shehwaro.
September 29, 2016 - 18:45 GMT
Snapping pictures of the piles of rubbish lining Lebanon's roads can quite an adventure; what Lebanon's crisis means to the elderly; and how 20 years after the Qana massacre, wounds have still not healed.
September 27, 2016 - 16:40 GMT
All eyes on Egyptian-American Rami Malek; Egypt’s ratio of nurses to population is below international averages; those places in Egypt really exist; and how Sisi has taken advantage of much of the repressive infrastructure laid down by Nasser.
September 26, 2016 - 19:49 GMT
A recently released Harvard study says that media ignores real facts; how the election is being billed as a national referendum on the nature of truth itself; and a series about the current U.S. Presidential race from an outsider's perspective.
September 25, 2016 - 16:38 GMT
Why addressing the enabling environment is crucial after the killing of Nahed Hattar; the strong reactions from all sides in Jordan caused by today's murder; and the story of a Palestinian father whose son was shot in the back by two Israeli soldiers.
September 24, 2016 - 16:30 GMT
Fighting the language of exclusion and prejudice; the silent, insidious war waged against Lebanon; and a Persian cookbook that will teach you how to eat a pomegranate without looking like a blood-spattered lunatic.
September 22, 2016 - 17:45 GMT
Exploring the daily lives of people belonging to the discriminated clans in Somalia; how propaganda changes as new technologies advance; and a video speaking of the heartbreak, struggles, and aspirations of the conflict's youngest victims.