As Qat houses across Britain close their doors, the Yemeni man who first imported the herbal high warns of dire consequences of criminalization ...Saudi woman killing sparks hate crime fears in UK
The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) warns of a rise in intimidation towards the community in the UK...World Cup cheers for Algeria just an afterthought for Arab expats
Amid the hubbub and hubbly bubbly of the street-side cafes, London’s Edgware Road is alive with talk of the World Cup...We’re as British as fish ‘n’ chips, UK Muslims tell PM
Prominent Muslims have rejected David Cameron’s suggestion that UK Muslims need to be more ‘British’...MBC’s Sheikh Waleed al-Ibrahim goes all out at Arab Media Forum
Media boss hits back at criticism from rival Prince Alwaleed and raises questions over Al Jazeera's operations ...Poll: Mideast news junkies consume 72 minutes of content daily
High consumption of news comes with desire for stories about more than just ‘bombs and bullets’, AP exec says...Arab newspapers to become ‘extinct’ earlier, says researcher
Author Ross Dawson to revise date Saudi Arabia and UAE papers are forecast to die out, amid rapid growth in social media...‘Forget about aid’ says Egypt’s PM, as country courts investment
Ibrahim Mahlab says Egypt seeks cooperation on investment rather than cash handouts in shoring up its struggling economy...