September 1, 2015
Historians believe the world's oldest Quran, which was found in England, could predate the Prophet Muhammed.
Earlier today in Lebanon, You Stink protesters began a sit-in at Ministry of Environment, allegedly trapping the Minister inside his office, and promising to stay until he resigns. Some picketers are diffusing this powderkeg by posing in costumes and carrying funny placards. It’s a clever way to draw attention to their cause, because isn't comedy just a funny way to be serious?
Three journalists, two British and one Turkish, are accused of allegedly supporting Daesh and the PKK, as well as for filming a military base in Diyarbakir without permission.
Scientists in the UK have discovered a heat-resistant protein that can bind ice cream and slow the melting process.
Tony Blair reportedly tried to save Colonel Gaddafi prior to the bombing of Libya in 2011 according to new memoirs. If true, what is next?
Several Knesset member are threatening to withdraw from Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition government after the prime minister dined at a non-kosher restaurant in Italy.
August 30, 2015
Fourteen militants were killed in an airstrike by Pakistan's air force Saturday in the country's North Waziristan tribal region.
Fathers are always overprotective but this Saudi dad refused to let an overweight man wed his daughter.
The United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America have reportedly become the first nationwide union to join the boycott against Israel.
Activists have recreated the Palmyra experience with digital tools.
Harrowing images of a 13-year-old Palestinian being held at gunpoint by an Israeli soldier have emerged. Luckily, the boy's family managed to free him from the grips of the coward soldier!
August 27, 2015
The Syrian president said in a televised interview that relationships with Iran and Russia remain stable.
Human Rights Watch urged the Saudi-led coalition battling Houthi rebels in Yemen to end their use of cluster munitions inside the war-torn country.
Meet the foreign fighters joining the ranks of Kurdish militias in Syria; why we still need to stop calling Daesh "Islamic"; and young Gazans tell their own stories a year after Operation Protective Edge.
The bodies of 40 asylum seekers were found in the hold of a troubled boat off the coast of the Mediterranean on Wednesday.
August 23, 2015
Scientists say that armed conflicts since the Arab Spring have contributed to the reduction of air pollution in the Middle East by almost half.
Four Hezbollah fighters were killed in the Syrian border town of Zabadani as the group continued their slow advance to reclaim the city from opposition fighters.
Jackie Chan is set to film his new blockbuster in Dubai.
Sometimes finding talent isn't so cut and dry.
There are 16 newly or recently born children at the hospital in Bodrum, Turkey. They have been left behind, their mothers making a desperate choice. Who knows if the women made it across the five kilometres separating Turkey from Greece and the European Union.
August 31, 2015
Militant group Daesh is trying to rub it in the world's face about how much wealth it has accumulated. What better way than releasing an hour-long video? Ok, we get it, they have a lot of gold coins.
Luxembourg urged an emergency meeting to discuss a crisis that "has recently taken unprecedented proportions," it said in a statement.
Four Iraqi Shia fighters believed to be from the Popular Mobilization forces were chained up and burned alive in a new video released by Daesh extremists.
Palestinian protesters in the West Bank town of Beit Jala clashed with the IDF following Israel's decision to renew work on a controversial separation wall.
News emerges of an Iraqi army official's lay time when Mosul needed him most.
August 26, 2015
At least 35 aid groups from around the world on Wednesday launched a call for Israel to put an end to its blockade of Gaza in order to accommodate reconstruction of the 19,000 houses that have been destroyed.
Violence continued in Beirut after Lebanon's cabinet failed to reach an agreement on how to resolve the country's rubbish crisis.
PKK militants attacked a police station in Bingol province, injuring two policemen.
Israeli authorities blacklisted the women and said they "cause trouble and damage" at the site.
September 3, 2015
According to a recent poll, 54 percent of Republicans in America think Obama is a Muslim...
September 2, 2015
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zangeneh said the country will boost oil production by over 1.5 million barrels a day.
Report ahead of Dubai's GITEX Technology Week forecasts 24 percent growth since 2011 to $551M, and pushes for further healthcare innovations.
While there's not much positive about the refugee crisis across Europe, Germany did a good deed for humanity. The public donated so many toys and items of clothes that the police had to ask them to stop!
Qatar spends $1 BILLION on making movie about Prophet Muhammad.
Four decorated Saudia planes debuted a new look for National Day.
August 28, 2015
A large crowd of demonstrators has once again taken to the streets of the Lebanese capital, Beirut, to express anger over the worsening garbage crisis in the Arab country.
August 25, 2015
We've hand-picked 5 of the worst Arabic songs/music videos ever made for your eyes only!
The Palestine Liberation Organization on Monday condemned what it called Israel's "systematic ethnic cleansing" in East Jerusalem.
August 24, 2015
The petition calling for the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Nentanyahu is gaining momentum. The British government will have to debate the issue if the petition reaches 100,000 signatures.
The country has many faces in many, many wars.
Turkish security sources claim that suspected members of PKK have kidnapped 316 children, 88 of whom were girls, over the past two years.
Young Palestinian artists in the West Bank arranged their own version of the Hindu celebration of Holi by organising the Festival of Colors in Ramallah.
A woman who took five of her children to Syria and married a Daesh fighter has reportedly said she wants to return back to England.
August 22, 2015
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said Saturday that the gunman on a train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris is believed to be a "radical Islamist" from Morocco, though his identity is not yet confirmed, reported The Daily Star.
August 21, 2015
The structure was founded more than 1,500 years ago in a Syrian Christian neighborhood.