30/11/2015 - 1:34 am
Muscat: Oman is a second home for Bangladeshis and the country does not mistreat foreigners on the basis of colour and creed, a Bangladesh minister has said.

Ali al-Omair appointed as public works minister in reshuffle Finance Minister Anas Al-Saleh named acting oil minister

Qatar’s oil-and-gas industry is expected to close out 2015 with more job cuts, this time at semi-state run RasGas.

Sri Lankan maid, 45, was convicted of adultery in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia She was ordered to be pelted to death with stones after admitting crime But her lover was handed 100 lashings for offence - because he is single Now, Sri Lanka has said it is calling on Arab nation to pardon the woman Foreign Employment Bureau has hired lawyers to file appeal in the case

Will more than 50 people be executed in just one day in Saudi Arabia? That's exactly what the popular newspaper Okaz reported this week, stating that 55 people were awaiting execution for "terrorist crimes."

Israel will open an official diplomatic mission in Abu Dhabi in the coming weeks, Haaretz's Barak Ravid revealed Friday.

Hundreds are inviting Saudi Arabia to sue them after the state reportedly threatened legal action against any Twitter user who compares its decision to execute a poet to punishments carried out by Isis.

As the number of refugees in the region swells to record figures and cold weather begins to set in at camps across the Middle East, several Qatar charities have launched fundraising campaigns to help less-fortunate individuals endure the winter.

Qatar receives more than a year’s worth of rain in a matter of hours, exposing extensive leaks at Doha’s $17bn airport and prompting PM to order an inquiry

Open discussions/ Gulf Cultural Club Muted Modernists Professor Madawi Al-Rasheed ** “Muted Reformists” is the title a new book by Hurst Publishers written by Madawi Al-Rasheed, Visiting Professor at the Middle East Centre at the London School of Economics. The political dynamism of this most controversial kingdom are yet to be explored and comprehended by its adversaries and allies alike. Its ambition for regional dominance. The speaker will present an insight into the intriguing links between politics and religion in light of the emerging menace of the extremism of Al Qa’ida, ISIS and Wahhabism.

New legislation aims to protect workers from widespread practice of paying foreigners less than they are promised

Resistance and Repression in the Gulf

After the Arab Spring: How Islamists Hijacked the Middle East Revolts [Book] by John R. Bradley in Books - 20/03/2012

Book of Imam Ali (AS) Released in Turkey - 21/02/2012
According to the information center of Imam Ali Specialized Library, the book is the second volume of a series published by Revak in Turkey on the Prophet's House.