Thursday, November 14, 2019

People & Culture

Latest updates on people and culture, implementation of law and order in middle-east along with the list of new entertainments in and around GCC.

How our lives will change dramatically in 20 years – by...

By David Delahunty FollowDavid DelahuntyIn a recent interview, the MD of Daimler Benz (Mercedes Benz) said their competitors are no longer other car companies but...

Women across Middle East demand end to ‘marry your rapist’ laws

Gruesome billboards of a woman in a bloodied and torn bridal gown appeared around Beirut recently, captioned in Arabic: “A white dress doesn’t cover up rape.”This...

Bahraini lady beats man with shoe after he ‘made lewd advances’...

A Bahraini woman beat a man with her shoe after he stopped her in a mall in Dubai and asked her for sex, she...

It’s not just revenge: Why Isis fighters are being thrown off...

Iraqi security forces kill Isis prisoners because they believe that if the militants are sent to prison camps they will bribe the authorities in...

Turkey’s new school curriculum drops evolution to teach concept of jihad

Turkey's new school curriculum drops Charles Darwin's theory of evolution and adds the concept of jihad as patriotic in spirit.The move has fuelled fears...

Dubai police promotes “happy vibes” with giant smiley face on station...

Dubai is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates and a symbol of oil industry boom times. Over recent years it has implemented a...

PHOTOS: Saudi women at work

These women are fighting for change. by Laura BoushnakThis story appears in the May issue of VICE magazine. Saudi Arabia is one of the most religious...

Saudi Shura “tightens screws” on early marriages

Saudi Arabia’s Shura Council has recommended four conditions to allow the marriage of girls aged between 15 and 18. The 150-member advisory body added for...

Bahrain Shura’s family draft law to improve legal status of women...

The upper chamber of Bahrain’s bicameral parliament on Wednesday endorsed a unified family law draft that aims to improve the legal status of women,...

Saudi’s first club–for camels!

A camel club was established for the first time in Saudi Arabia following a decree issued by King Salman. The Saudi king announced the inauguration...
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