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  • Israeli 'Revenge' Hate Campaign Hits Social Media

    Israeli 'Revenge' Hate Campaign Hits Social Media

    After this week's murder of an east Jerusalem Palestinian, calls to inflict violent revenge on Arabs over the killings of three Israeli teenagers have gathered momentum on social media websites.

  • Iraq Prime Minister Security Errors Set Stage for Crisis: Experts

    Iraq Prime Minister Security Errors Set Stage for Crisis: Experts

    Iraqi premier Nuri al-Maliki's mishandling of security and perceived sidelining of Sunni Arabs set the stage for a major militant offensive, but factors such as Syria's civil war also played a role, experts say.

  • Language Barrier Cuts Between Iraq's Arabs and Kurds

    Language Barrier Cuts Between Iraq's Arabs and Kurds

    Ask younger Iraqi Kurds if they speak Arabic, and they often say no, or not well -- a linguistic barrier with the country's Arabs stemming from a nationalist backlash against Saddam Hussein's brutality.

  • In 'Startup Nation' Israel, a push to bring Arabs into tech sector

    In 'Startup Nation' Israel, a push to bring Arabs into tech sector

    few hundred Arabs who have broken into Israel's booming tech sector, a source of national pride from which the minority has been largely sidelined.

  • Deadly clashes as Iraq forces demolish Sunni protest camp

    Deadly clashes as Iraq forces demolish Sunni protest camp

    Deadly clashes broke out and mosques called for holy war as Iraqi forces on Monday demolished a year-old protest camp set up by Sunni Arabs on a major highway.

  • Israel minister proposes partial West Bank annexation

    Israel minister proposes partial West Bank annexation

    Economy Minister Naftali Bennett on Sunday proposed that Israel annex parts of the West Bank under its full military control where most Jewish settlers live.

  • Ban on Palestinians living with spouses in Israel

    Ban on Palestinians living with spouses in Israel

    When Israeli Arabs search for a spouse, they don't just worry about looks, job prospects or future in-laws. They must think about whether their partner will be allowed to live with them.

  • Egypt convicts 43, including Americans, in NGO case

    An Egyptian court convicted 43 Americans, Europeans, Egyptians and other Arabs on Tuesday in a case against democracy promotion groups that plunged U.S.-Egyptian ties into their worst crisis in decades.

  • PSY to revise song over worry it may offend Arabs

    PSY to revise song over worry it may offend Arabs

    PSY says he will change the title and lyrics of his potential "Gangnam Style" follow-up over worries it could offend Arabs.

  • Arabs urged to use social media to fight extremism

    Arab interior ministers were advised to confront the spread of extremism through social media networks with their own cyber know how, as they gathered for a security meeting in Riyadh on Wednesday.

  • How Arabs buy 'wives' and dump them in a few weeks

    How Arabs buy 'wives' and dump them in a few weeks

    A month-long investigation by MiD DAY journalists has revealed a twisted form of human trafficking that involves rich Arabs, greedy Qazis, sham marriages, agents and girls lured into the flesh trade or those looking for a quick buck.

  • Talks to defuse Iraq army-Kurdish standoff make little headway

    Talks to defuse a standoff between Iraqi troops and forces from the country's autonomous Kurdish region made little progress on Thursday with both sides further reinforcing positions on their disputed internal border.

  • Indie Lebanese band voices hopes of Arab youth

    Indie Lebanese band voices hopes of Arab youth

    Hundreds of young Arabs joyfully screamed out obscenities, encouraged by the handsome, gay Lebanese lead singer at the concert in Jordan's capital. Police looked on worriedly. People outside asked what was going on.

  • Former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir dies at 96

    Former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir dies at 96

    Yitzhak Shamir was a fighter for the Jews long before Israel's creation, an underground leader who led militias against the Arabs and British.

  • Young Gulf Arabs question tradition of cousin marriages

    Throughout the Middle East, Africa and parts of South Asia, marriage between family members has been widely practised for thousands of years, largely as a means of securing relationships between tribes and preserving family wealth, but also as a prac...

  • Iran warns Gulf Arabs on oil

    Iran warns Gulf Arabs on oil

    Iran warned Gulf oil producers against boosting production to offset any potential drop in Tehran's crude exports

  • Attacker of Islamic centre 'hated all Muslims'

    Attacker of Islamic centre 'hated all Muslims'

    The New York man, facing hate crime charges for attacking an Islamic centre and a Hindu temple, went about throwing molotov cocktails at the places as he "hated all Muslims and Arabs" for trying to take over his life and wanted to inflict the maximum...

  • Arabs celebrate Hosni Mubarak's exit

    Arabs celebrate Hosni Mubarak's exit

    Celebrations erupted across West Asia on Friday after Hosni Mubarak stepped down as Egypt's president. From Beirut to Gaza, people rushed into the streets, handing out candy, setting off fireworks and shooting in the air.Even in Israel, which had watched the Egyptian protesters' uprising against Mub...

  • Gay Arabs find a place to dance in New York

    Gay Arabs find a place to dance in New York

    Around midnight, upstairs in a small club on Avenue of the Americas, the pitch-black dance floor resounded with the rapid stomps and warbling, high-energy cries of the dabke, an Arab folk dance performed at weddings and other celebrations.When the strobe lights flashed, they revealed a sea of raised...

  • Arabs and Israelis, united by flames

    Arabs and Israelis, united by flames

    The flames encircled Ed Sernoff's house in this Israeli artists' village in the Carmel hills near the northern port city of Haifa, licking a corner of the stone structure and cracking a window but otherwise leaving it intact. A small child's playhouse survived in the middle of the mostly charred gar...

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