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Online Marriage in Gaza: Facebook as the Mother of the Groom

Online Marriage in Gaza: Facebook as the Mother of the Groom

Marriage is an important step in the lives of young people. Traditions and rituals differ between one place and another, and perhaps even between one…

#Q&A_22 with Iraqi journalist Mina al Oraibi

#Q&A_22 with Iraqi journalist Mina al Oraibi

Which politician would you take to a bar or cafe? If you could issue a fatwa, what would it be? Which Arab personality would you…

Fairuz vs. Hezbollah: A not so divine victory

Fairuz vs. Hezbollah: A not so divine victory

Last week, a group of students enrolled at the Lebanese University chose to pay tribute to a colleague of theirs, Mohammad Hamada, who was recently…

Arab Underground Music: Politics, Revolution, and Social Change

Arab Underground Music: Politics, Revolution, and Social Change

With the wave of Arab uprisings that swept the region, underground music groups achieved a widespread success. But who benefited from whom, the underground groups…

Why are Egyptians going to study in Germany?

Why are Egyptians going to study in Germany?

Germany is considered one of the most attractive countries for Egyptian students in the last years. This is visible from the long lines of students…

Your Guide to 48 Hours of Passion in Cairo

Your Guide to 48 Hours of Passion in Cairo

Cairo has many faces. If you think that you will understand it at a glance, then you are very wrong. It will make your head…

Kuwait’s Elections: Islamist vs. Comedian

Kuwait’s Elections: Islamist vs. Comedian

The election season has begun in Kuwait, with elections due on November 26, 2016. In the five electoral districts of the country, a total of…

Why are Arab Students going to Universities in Northern Cyprus?

Why are Arab Students going to Universities in Northern Cyprus?

Fatima Salehin is a Moroccan student who just got a scholarship to study at the Cyprus International University (CIU). She dreams of becoming a politician…

Women in Egypt’s Parliament: Silenced, Excluded, and Marginalized

Women in Egypt’s Parliament: Silenced, Excluded, and Marginalized

Women have been an important part of the 2016 Egyptian parliament. With their number reaching 90, some women’s rights activists have considered it to be…

Sabah: The Iconic Singer Who Defied Tradition

Sabah: The Iconic Singer Who Defied Tradition

A seven-year-old girl enters a church in Jal El Dib near Beirut, she bares nothing in her heart but her love for God and singing.…