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Water pipe: A trendy addiction
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Habit picks up during holy fasting month of Ramadan, when Muslims break their dawn-to-dusk fast with meal followed by night outings.

Egypt’s ‘Generation Y’ erupts on stage
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Borrowing much from thea­tre of absurd, play is di­vided into 13 seemingly unrelated vignettes tied by themes of aliena­tion, resentment, indignation and fear of unknown.

Jordan orchestra gets new lease on life
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Abu Ghazaleh, Jorda­nian tycoon who is sponsoring JOrchestra, is known for his pas­sion for classical music.

The Arab world’s soft revolution
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Arab youth are breaking taboos, bridging borders and reinventing them­selves in unprecedented ways and it is not by picking up arms or joining jihad.

British Arabs and Muslims: To vote or not to vote?

With general elections taking place in the UK next month, it is an opportune time to reflect on the strides made by the country’s Arab and Muslim communities, but also what they have yet to achieve.

Hidden Minorities, Hidden Tragedies: A Beautiful Syrian World in Trouble

February 23rd, 2015 marked another day of infamy on the ISIS calendar of atrocities. That day, their barbaric parade entered the Assyrian village of Tel-Shamiram brandishing their characteristic savagery. By mid-morning the ISIS thugs had abducted 235 Assyrians,

Ten facts you didn’t know about women in the Arab world
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Women currently make up 49.7% of around 345.5 million people in the Middle East and North Africa region. But despite the many advances made in terms of closing the gender gap in health, political representation, and labor force participation, many other barriers remain.

Oman celebrates International Women’s Day
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The recent International Women’s Day on the 8th of March was an occasion to take stock of the status of Oman women in society and feel proud of their achievements. Sultan Qaboos Bin Said who has taken a deep interest in their welfare.

Education for all is a distinct priority in Oman
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“We are determined to teach our children even in the shadow of a tree”
This statement was made by Sultane Qaboos when he came to power on the 23rd. of July, 1970.

Culture seen as key contributor to society in EU Neighbourhood
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Culture is seen as having a key role in social wellbeing and economic development by citizens across Europe’s Neighbourhood, as well as contributing to greater tolerance, according to the Autumn 2014 EU Neighbourhood Barometer just released.

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