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  • Sep 8th, 2011 - 22:58 GMT

    As we commemorate the 10-year anniversary of September 11 and remember the tragic victims who expected to start another day of work, only to end up victim to one of history's most dramatic human-made acts of destruction, we can survey the new altered reaity we inhabit - all of which seems to be a result of that incident.
  • Sep 5th, 2011 - 17:49 GMT

    We cast Al Bawaba's camera lens over the Arab world over Eid-ul-Fitr and its rulers' holiday period. The spectrum of leaders including ousted dictators, tottering leaders and the more stable rulers and kings, celebrated Eid in quite different styles this year.
  • Sep 3rd, 2011 - 18:18 GMT

    The fourth edition in our series covering Arab world celebrity gossip and events.
  • Aug 29th, 2011 - 22:19 GMT

    Eid Mubarak! A preview in pictures of Eid Ul Fitr as it is celebrated around the world.
  • Aug 27th, 2011 - 14:22 GMT

    Al Bawaba casts some light on the plain criminality of the atrocities being committed by this Arab tottering leader during the holy month of Ramadan. Rather than break his fast as tradition on dates and water he seems to be breaking his fast on Syrian flesh and blood, to use a crude image. August 26th saw Ramadan’s last Friday - "Friday of Patience and Steadfastness" – hopefully also Ramadan's last Friday of sins. In the meantime, this is a story about sacrilege at Ramadan.
  • Aug 23rd, 2011 - 15:04 GMT

    They rose up from nowhere, and, from several-times-the throes of defeat at Benghazi, to returning and mobilizing, to just-about running a regime. Here is the story of the Libyan people's Revolution, 2011: A plot in pictures of the sequence of events leading to the Tripoli of Today, swarming with new Libyan flags and an overwhelming desire to be rid of this stubborn man, who will not budge from a Libya that is fighting for a clean future, free of this old guard of almost 42 years.
  • Aug 17th, 2011 - 13:45 GMT

    A glimpse at Ramadan around the globe in all its radiance and glory. But also a visual reminder of the specter of trouble still very much plaguing some parts of the Islamic nation.
  • Aug 11th, 2011 - 14:06 GMT

    Ramadan is Kareem (generous) for some, but stingy for Somalia. Inevitably during Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar, the Somali plight- the distress of a fellow Arab nation, majority Muslim population, has not been far from the conscience of the devout followers of the fast. These worshippers use the month to reflect and count their blessings for the food and health they have, and use the temporary hunger to feel with the less fortunate. So the irony of Somalia has not been lost on them.
  • Aug 9th, 2011 - 13:14 GMT

    Come Ramadan time and we have hordes of what could be considered seasonal followers of the Faith, or Muslims observant for just one month. We wanted to take a brief tour of how some of our regional or out-of-regional celebrities are handling the holy month and marking it. What habits or customs do they display at this time or have they been known to display in past Ramadans? A tour of Ramadan's compelling charm to all and sundry follows
  • Aug 6th, 2011 - 21:27 GMT

    The above display of Ramadan Do's and Don't's is not an idiot's guide nor a Wiki-How to do Ramadan; instead it touches on some of the points that you may already know of, adding some creative ideas for how you can 'get it right' this Ramadan if you're practicing the Holy Month, or else better understand, or even support, your neighbors who are.