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Eat and Don’t Pay: How Egyptians Deal With Rising Prices

Eat and Don’t Pay: How Egyptians Deal With Rising Prices

In a large store frequented by Egypt’s middle and upper-middle class, the decline in customers was noticeable. A woman, clutching her son in-hand, attempts to…

Your Comprehensive Guide to the Disputed Territories of the Arab World

Your Comprehensive Guide to the Disputed Territories of the Arab World

Although Palestine is the only land in the Arab world that most Arabs agree on labeling as an occupied territory, there are many territorial disputes…

Egypt’s Divorced Mothers Struggle for Their Rights

Egypt’s Divorced Mothers Struggle for Their Rights

When Iman objected to her husband’s decision to take a second wife, he threw her out of the house with their two children. She knocked…

The Story of a Trans Woman in Wartime Syria

The Story of a Trans Woman in Wartime Syria

Gazing over the screen of her personal computer is a blond woman with blue eyes, sipping her coffee in a European-style house. The 27-year-old has…

The Life of a Taxi Driver in Damascus

The Life of a Taxi Driver in Damascus

Perhaps a taxi is the best option for travelling in Damascus, if you can afford the $2 minimum for daily transportation. However, there are no…

What Would Ancient Egyptian Music Sound Like, If We Could Hear It?

What Would Ancient Egyptian Music Sound Like, If We Could Hear It?

Though there has been no historical evidence, as yet, of Ancient Egyptian musical notes, recently, a project has been undertaken by a university professor to…

The Death Rattle of Islamic State’s Moroccan Fighters

The Death Rattle of Islamic State’s Moroccan Fighters

As the siege on Islamic State closes in, particularly in the Iraqi city of Mosul, and Raqqa in Syria, the fate of Moroccan fighters is…

Could the Nile Flow Through Saudi Arabia?

Could the Nile Flow Through Saudi Arabia?

Could water from the historic River Nile irrigate the barren deserts of Saudi Arabia? This peculiar idea was proposed nearly 40 years ago by Prince…

Hezbollah's Latest: Video Game Defending Shiite Shrines in Syria

Hezbollah's Latest: Video Game Defending Shiite Shrines in Syria

Lebanese political party and militant group Hezbollah has launched a video game similar to the likes of Call of Duty and Medal of Honor. The…