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A Palestinian’s struggle for ‘home’ – Abu Moujahed's story
Kulsoom Rizvi has met Abu Moujahed, director of Shatila’s Children and Youth Centre at the Shatila refugee camp in Lebanon.
Zahra for Iranian President
Power cutoffs threaten Egyptian lives
Mosques, churches and hummus in Ramla
The truce has been broken
My name is Salma
“Çapulcu” generation shakes political culture in Turkey
A looming civil war? Hizballah chooses sect over state
In the moment of truth the Hizballah chose sect and religion over state. This is why the Sunnis in Tripoli are back in arms, soon in Beirut and...
Letter from modern Persia
As the Iranian regime's shrinking popularity becomes apparent, one might expect yet another revolutionary spark. But it turns out many people...
What you need to know about the #OccupyGezi phenomenon in Turkey
The Turkish crisis tainted Erdoğan's reputation, but he remains the most powerful and popular leader since Atatürk himself and is not solely...
Tunisia’s Salafist tango and the long road to stability
If Tunisia – and this is a big if – can get past its growing pains such as a troubled economy and growth of radical Salafi groups, the development...
Another ordinary day of protest in Manama
An ethnographic researcher interested in urban social change went inside old Manama to document a typical weekend protest and to see how the...
Uncertainty awaits Turkey's new movement
Our Istanbul-based contributor Aslihan Agaoglu takes a step back and wraps up the events that took Turkey by storm.
A stone's throw away from prison
Carl Stellweg takes a close look at the arrests of Palestinian youth, some being held for over a year. Meanwhile, pro-Israeli media claims that...
A voice for peace in war-torn Tripoli
"We don't walk our streets carrying weapons only," says local musician Heba Rachrach. Your Middle East's Victor Argo met a person passionate...
Five inspiring Arab fashion designers
These designers have one thing in common – they all challenge conventional ideas about fashion...
Saudi opens luxury rehab centre for Al-Qaeda militants
Saudi Arabia is hoping to wean jailed Al-Qaeda militants off religious extremism with counselling,...
Atiaf Zaid Alwazir: The flawed media narrative on Yemen
“Reading mainstream media, one imagines that AQAP has taken over the entire country and that most Yemenis...
The ties that bind Obama to Bush run across the Middle East
The U.S. response to the Arab Spring has exacerbated anti-American sentiments in the region, weakened...
Why don’t men cover their faces?
Yemeni blogger and journalist @HindAleryani tells her intimate story about what's feminine and masculine...
The Narcicyst and Omar Offendum: Our internationality is our nationality
Anyone familiar with Arab hip-hop will know that The Narcicyst and Omar Offendum are two of its biggest...
Rowhani hopes for accord between Iran and world powers
Palestinian statehood at "dead-end," says Israeli minister
Saudi announces four new deaths from MERS virus
Mohamed Hemish: Why Erdogan is failing to deal with Gezi
Timothy Cooper: Turkey’s sociable unrest
Tan Tunali: Will this be a long summer for Turkey?
Lebanese designer attempts to reinvent the toothbrush
Groovy Tunisian cover of Daft Punk's hit "Get Lucky"
Sweet salvation in Bahrain
Chevron signs Iraqi Kurd oil deal
Qatar selling Porsche SE share but keeps Volkswagen stake
Iraqi holy city hit hard by Iran economic woes
Towards digital media literacy in the Arab world
Q&A with Syrian artist Khaled Akil
Magic and sooth-saying in Yemen
What to do in Ramla
Tourism in Lebanon – warzone or paradise on earth?
Roadtrip over the Atlas Mountains