Women stormed Beirut's streets on Tuesday in white dresses and bandages to protest human rights 'violation'
Archaic legislation contravening human rights currently under discussion in parliament
15-year-old Fatima has now had six surgeries and is ready to be fitted with finger-like prosthetics which she says will give her the confidence to go back to school
Lebanese cuisine is packed with colour and bold flavours, so the wine you choose to match musn’t be a pushover, writes Nuria Stylianou
Rights group criticises wealthiest countries for showing ‘near absence of leadership and responsibility’ while refugee crisis escalates
Peres said the massacre came as a ‘bitter surprise’. It was a lie: the UN had repeatedly told Israel the camp was packed with refugees
Almost half of respondents in Saudi Arabia said women should ‘dress how they want’
Lebanon has a long history of welcoming refugees, but hostility towards the vast number of Syrians in the country is growing
The Israelis have never revealed their secret. Nor has the present Canadian Government, under the more politically neutral Justin Trudeau, restored the Canadian investigation report to its website
The UK hosts 169,000 refugees - less than one per cent of the world's total
There is a lack of humanist studies in the universities of the Arab world, and an absence of the texts which flourished in the very golden age which Islamists so often proclaim
In an age when guns and bombs are used to kill the innocent in Paris, Belgium, London and Dallas as well as Baghdad, Aleppo and Kabul – indeed, in Birstall – even an old blunderbuss must acquire a disturbing symbolism
Many of Europe’s largest banks won’t do business with Iran for fear of breaching other US sanctions, which have nothing to do with the nuclear agreement – but a lot to do with US agencies and prosecutors
Millions of Arabs are well aware that Palestinian officials speak daily to Israel military and political leaders, so why the focus on Amin Maalouf for speaking to Israeli i24 channel?
Ambulances were rushed to the scene in the aftermath of the explosion, which caused no casualties
Iranian diplomat Ghadanfar Rokonabadi disappeared after being caught up in the mass panic on last year’s Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca