A cow broke loose on a motorway in the Lebanese capital Beirut causing a traffic jam
Jailed Saudi human rights activist Loujain Al-Hathloul has launched a hunger strike demanding regular contact with her family
An Israeli Knesset committee has called for banning a film documenting Israel’s siege on the occupied Palestinian West Bank city of Jenin in 2002
The Grand Mufti of the Sultanate of Oman, Sheikh Ahmed Bin Hamad Al-Khalili, on Monday declared his full support for the boycott of French products following French President Emmanuel...
Jerusalem’s Museum of Islamic Art has delayed the sale of some of its Islamic art pieces at Sotheby’s auction house in London. The Museum for Islamic Art in Jerusalem...
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin has called on Israel to help prevent the sale of Islamic art pieces from Jerusalem’s Museum of Islamic Art’s storied collection
The Ministry of Agriculture in Gaza expects the enclave to harvest 24,000 tonnes of olives in 2020, a 30% drop as a result of climate change
Gaza students are back at school
The funding of the project will be provided through coordination and cooperation between Egypt, Sudan and the Kuwait Fund for Economic Development
Thousands of Iraqis gathered in Baghdad’s Tahrir Square to mark the first anniversary of anti-government protests
Palestinians come together to protest against the cartoon insulting Islam's prophet in France
Several Arab trade groups have announced their boycott of French products in response to incitements against the Islamic religion and insulting statements against Prophet Muhammad
A Palestinian teen was beaten to death early today by Israeli occupation soldiers in the occupied West Bank
The Sudanese Umma Party, led by Sadiq Al-Mahdi, on Thursday threatened the transitional government of his country over the normalisation of ties with Israel, Anadolu Agency reported. In a statement, the...
There are a couple of different stories behind the naming of this dish, but they all involve an impatient individual who had to taste it while it was being cooked, so they put their finger in the pot and burned it, hence the name “Harra Osbao”, meaning the dish that “burned his finger”
Maya Husseini's entire life's work shattered in the Beirut blast which devastated the Lebanese capital on 4 August 2020
Iraqi bank offers 'second wife' loans to male employees
In August, a friend of mine with kidney failure delegated me to take his car and represent him before the official authorities at the Palestinian Ministry of Transport and...
An Iranian woman was arrested in the central Iranian city of Najafabad yesterday on charges of “insulting the Islamic hijab”
Our interview with British journalist and author Victoria Brittain about her book 'Love and Resistance in the Films of Mai Masri'
Syria’s President Bashar Al-Assad moved on Wednesday to exempt more low-wage earners from income tax, his office said, as the economy buckles under the weight of US sanctions and...
Hatice Cengiz, the fiancee to late Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, filed suit in US district court against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the journalist's grisly murder
"Out of Panadol"
Security forces were reported to have arrested the woman, who apparently admitted that she had killed her children “as a result of a dispute with her ex-husband”
'I hear you friend far away, far away'...
Egyptian police graduates pose topless in front of Sisi at a graduation ceremony in New Cairo
The UAE’s Minister of Tolerance, Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al-Nahyan, has been accused of sexually assaulting a British woman in the run up to the launch of the 2020 Hay Literary Festival
'I face many challenges and difficulties, as Israel won’t allow diving equipment, even the most basic, into Gaza'
On this day nine years ago, the historic prisoner exchange deal between Israel and the Palestinian resistance group Hamas took place, with its long-lasting effects still impacting on the present day.
The small island nation of Bahrain in the Arabian Gulf is home to one of the world’s largest ancient cemeteries, dating back to the 4,000-year-old Dilmun civilisation.
All talk about any hope for Lebanon’s future seems lost, as a record number of people are so desperate to escape the country
Libyan authorities have arrested notorious people smuggler Abd Al-Rahman Al-Milad, also known as Bija