Inhabitant of Tunisia's touristic island are putting up a solid fight against the government's destructive environmental practices. (Facebook)
November 25, 2015 - 17:08 GMT
Islanders protest worst environmental crisis in history of Djerba; Matt Damon revisits Beirut as 'Jason Torn', eats shwarma, yells at neighbors, and sits in traffic; How terrorism begins in schools; And a moving, soulful song by Iranian born Sami Yusuf.
November 25, 2015 - 12:00 GMT
A Riyadh native shares her difficulty in getting attached to a divided city; How terror leads to terror and a redefinition of humanity; Tunisia's vulnerability to Daesh and Al Qaeda; And the new features of Samsung Galaxy's second generation tablet.
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.