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  • Sep 9th, 2013 - 20:27 GMT

    A panel of peaceful Muslim majority countries and populations across the globe, dug up at a time when war is afoot and already rampant in the Middle East.
  • Sep 5th, 2013 - 15:46 GMT

    How is business conducted Arab-style in the region? What are the do's and don't's, the pitfalls and tricks of getting professional with the Arabs?
  • Sep 3rd, 2013 - 14:43 GMT

    The top ten reasons Obama should strike Syria while the iron is hot - in answer to 10 reasons Obama shouldn't go there: why the Syrian strike is a bad idea.
  • Sep 2nd, 2013 - 14:54 GMT

    Meet Miss Lebanon 2013, Karen Ghrawi! This year's beauty pageant saw Lebanon's finest specimens of the body beautiful on stage for the competition of the year and the coveted prize for the crown of Miss Lebanon.
  • Aug 29th, 2013 - 20:02 GMT

    Ten reasons for Obama to hold his horses before going guns blazing into the Syria fire.
  • Aug 28th, 2013 - 15:15 GMT

    Arab celebs and the embarrassing mishaps they'd rather we forgot about!
  • Aug 26th, 2013 - 15:13 GMT

    Although the Middle East has never been what one could call a haven of stability, revolutions are the movement ‘du jour’ and it is time they all came head to head with each other. Here is our very own revolutions ratings - where the Arab Springers are lined up side-by-side to meet with the jury's verdict and scored for tenacity, outcome, and Che Guevara factor!
  • Aug 23rd, 2013 - 10:13 GMT

    With their financial records under strict lock and key, it is almost impossible to assess just how much the Muslim Brotherhood influences and controls Egyptian politics. With so many of their prominent members being savvy business tycoons and Cairo fat-cats, it's no understatement to say that the Brotherhood packs can a powerful economical punch alongside its potent political ideology. We've delved into the murky waters of the Ikhwan's finances to discover who the most powerful and influential business men are in the Brotherhood.
  • Aug 21st, 2013 - 13:01 GMT

    From Inshallah (God willing) to being able to tell someone they have heavy blood as an insult to their sense of humor, check out our editors' picks of the most untranslatable or precious Arabic words and phrases that wouldn’t work anywhere else but the colorful, sand-swept Middle East!
  • Aug 18th, 2013 - 15:29 GMT

    Did you ever think that there was glamor and glitz before there were gillabs and gutras? Conservative clothing may be the Middle Eastern garb of the moment, but before the Iranian Revolution of 1979, Western colonial powers exerted their influence over not only the politics of their puppet governments, but the fashion trends of the region too. Slick hair-dos, towering platform heels and a hefty amount of skin on show could be spotted on every street corner. Take a look at our choice of the top 12 pictures that show just how much things have changed fashion-wise across the region in forty short years.