Behind The News
July 23, 2013
Will the EU's move have any real consequences?
July 22, 2013
Will it take environmental concerns to finally bring Israelis and Palestinians together?
July 20, 2013
Women take to the streets for fashion.
July 17, 2013
A long transition in the Middle East is underway, and Tony Blair believes that it is his, and the West's job, to 'sort out' the struggles Arab nations are going through.
July 15, 2013
An in-depth look at the Al-Qaeda linked organizations inside Syria
July 13, 2013
Ex Israeli soldier writes a letter to Arab Idol Winner Mohammad Assaf
July 11, 2013
Accusations of bias are being leveled against all sides in Egypt's media war.
July 10, 2013
How has Egypt's military managed to consolidate power?
The broadcaster says it has faced "ongoing" attacks on its websites since Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was toppled.
July 8, 2013
John Robertson discusses why it is too soon to write off the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamists as potential leaders of a modern government. The flop of Egypt's Morsi has more to do for Robertson with an idiosyncrasy and economic timing than the Brotherhood peaking too soon.
July 6, 2013
Israeli filmmakers take a deeper look at the history of the Israeli-Iranian relationship
July 3, 2013
Controversial decision by UK's Channel 4 to broadcast the call to prayer, every morning for the duration of Ramadan, has already provoked strong reactions from the British media
July 1, 2013
Jordan mourns an honorable diplomat, Anmar Hmoud, Spokesperson for Syrian Refugee Affairs
June 30, 2013
Egypt is anticipating its biggest wave of protests since the January 25 Revolution, this time calling for Islamist President Morsi to step down and for early presidential elections. Here is a breakdown of the opposition and Brotherhood's plans for June 30.
June 29, 2013
Rakiya Eddarhem is a Sahrawi and a Member of Morocco’s Parliament. Here she tells her story about what has been called "Africa's last colony". A fundamental misconception, she argues.