January 9, 2015
Mia Khalifa's red-faced Lebanese parents finally break their silence on their porno-pinup-trending daughter
Mia Khalifa's parents finally open up about their relationship with their daughter; the porn star talks about how she got into the (dirty) business and what she plans to do in the future; get to know more influential Lebanese personalities from the year 2014!
January 8, 2015
A broad outpouring of support for Charlie Hebdo, and condemnation of the senseless attack.
January 7, 2015
Levant succumbs to snow attack: three reported dead in Lebanon as storm continues to shut-down the Middle East
Three fatalities in Lebanon; Jordan declares a state of snow-mergency; storm slams Palestine; and Syrian refugees risk freezing to death.
New Google Earth images of Damascus add weight to allegations; Daesh book burnings; and jailed asylum seekers taking over Israeli Facebook feeds.
January 6, 2015
Following up on the besieged Kurdish town; a dispute between Morocco and Egypt; and carrying firewood to school in Syria.
After failing to meet the nine votes to statehood and international legitimacy at the United Nations Security Council, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is heading to the International Criminal Court to pursue war crimes charges against Israel. But is it really a step in the right direction?
January 5, 2015
Egypt's threat to arrest Amal Clooney; an Islamophobic organization bankrolling trips to Israel for Muslim leaders; and landmines on the Turkey-Syria border.
Lebanon from far, far away; a kind and handy stranger; and Israeli military "ethics."
January 4, 2015
A new chart-topper at PornHub; Jordan's keffiyeh politics; and a violent eviction in one of Tel Aviv's poorest neighborhoods.
January 1, 2015
Maintaining the status quo in the Occupied Territories; male belly dancers make a comeback in Turkey; and anti-radical messages on the rise in Pakistan.
December 31, 2014
What does the future hold for the nation of Iraq?; musings on science and religion; and the treatment of Dervishes in Iran.
December 30, 2014
The role of climate change in regime change; Jerusalem high school graduates urge rejection of military service; and yet another ban for Ridley Scott's "Exodus."
Human rights activists, journalists and artists are fleeing Egypt's repression; Joshua Landis' predictions for Syria; and the story of Kuwait's best driver.
December 29, 2014
New photographs of sophisticated Russian weapons in Syria; reaction to Tunisia's presidential election; and the economic benefits of peace between Israel and Palestine.
Raising birds for a living in Gaza; The Palestinian Museum's call for stories from the diaspora; and renewed demands for freedom for an Egyptian photojournalist jailed for 500 days.