Germany’s policy towards refugees must be determined by how its people would feel if they too were persecuted
It may be time for Arab art to migrate to London
Technology has been used as a weapon to revolutionize the Middle East, and now it is being used as a weapon to legitimize Palestine
Through social media, Kuwaitis have ensured that ISIS receives their message loud and clear: ISIS has failed to divide Kuwait
One of society’s favorite pastimes is telling women how to live their lives
The absence of sympathy for Egypt and the lack of public outcry boils down to how Egypt presents itself to the international community
On a list of 10 worst passports in the world, Arab passports occupy five spots
The biggest responsibility European countries face is to accept that these refugees are first and foremost human beings
Estimates indicate 50 percent of Lebanese women are victims of domestic abuse, at some point in their lives
Campaigns to encourage tourists and expatriates to wear the “appropriate” clothing have been tried and tested in both Dubai and Doha
Over the past few months, a feature from photo-messaging phone app Snapchat, entitled Stories, has been featuring life in cities around the world. ...
Earlier this week, Kuwaiti writer Muneefa Abdullah filed a lawsuit against Disney Studios over copyright infringement. The filing claims that the plot ...
Free speech isn’t to blame for the heightened sectarian issues that are spreading across the region, misunderstanding is
I am afraid every time a name is announced; afraid that it might be a name shared by my brother, family, or someone of my faith
The Middle East is always making headlines, and more so recently. With civil wars, protests, and all the madness that plagues the region, another ...
If Twitter users hold themselves to their word, the Tunisian tourism industry is to rise again
Often times I wonder what foreign governments expect of the Syrian people
In the Arab world, women continue to play a leading role in the households, despite the low participation in the labor market
Cultural aversion to education is only one of the factors affecting girls’ education in the Middle East
There is nothing more patronizing than being told that women aren’t able to perform to the best of their potential
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