Recent images provided by the Associated Press have revealed receipts from Al-Qaeda depicting recordings penciled in by a ledger with expenses from cakes for less than a dollar, 3,300 bullets for ten dollars a round, travel expenses, and even a hundred dollars-worth of aid to families.
Shezanne Cassim, the 29-year-old American living in the United Arab Emirates, has been sentenced to jail for a posting a parody video that was deemed as a "national security threat."
A winter-worthy storm system pummeling parts of the Middle East has hit Syrian refugees especially hard, and the worst is yet to come.
Haluk Demirel’s launch of his new Turkish-based website deemed inappropriate according to traditional Muslim values.
My son Rumi and I are chasing protests across the Middle East. We spent a week in Istanbul as the protests there petered out and flared up in Ankara. We are now in Cairo and the country is gearing up for a massive protest on June 30, whose goal is to do to Muhammad Morsi what the revolution did to Hosni Mubarak.
In an organic move combatting gender inequality and perceptions in the Middle East, a group of five college-aged Emirati women have formed the first all-girl rock band.
The rise of independent media in Afghanistan has been one of the country's biggest achievements - but there are troubling signs for its future. A growing number of attacks on journalists, and the international community's continued silence on the issue, are drawing concern.
How a Palestinian American young man is using poetry to connect and explore the saga of human existence.