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Are you for real? - Mideast Youth Apr 12, 2014, 3:00 pm
I find it funny when a person is so sure of how they describe themselves. They paint this brilliant ... discuss

About a year ago, we were wondering what might be a fun and engaging way to discover new tracks on M ... discuss

Kurds: The Error in Turkey - Mideast Youth Jan 11, 2014, 11:00 am
A massacre against thirtyfour men and boys has been deemed an error. The error lasted six and a hal ... discuss

The Kurdish people were still in mourning, commemorating the one-year-anniversary of the Roboskî M ... discuss

Did you know that 600,000 migrant workers are estimated to work in conditions of forced labour acros ... discuss

On November 16, Prime Minister of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, uttered the word “Kurdistan&# ... discuss

Deadly protests that have claimed the lives of dozens of people continue across Egypt as opponents a ... discuss

'Cowards cannot erect victory monuments. Those who are afraid of change, reforms and advanced standa ... discuss

We need your help amplifying the voices of independent musicians in the Middle East and North Africa ... discuss

At CrowdVoice.org, we recently published this extensive timeline where you could follow the events i ... discuss

In January 2011, I got lost in Qamişlo, the unofficial capital of Rojava (West Kurdistan/northern S ... discuss

A famous postcard from Israel, sold at most tourist and souvenir shops, depicts a large falafel sand ... discuss

Since 2007, Migrant Rights has served as a prominent resource for news relating to migrant rights vi ... discuss

Any cursory glance at the news and images coming out of Libya would reveal a country submerged in ... discuss

wamith alkassab iraq went to day to demonstrate and demand the government to cancel the iraqi parlia ... discuss

Syria had so much potential, but today any intervention is too little too late. Syria is gone. — L ... discuss

A detainee sits in the main room of the prison, waiting for the results of a blood test (Tom Westcot ... discuss

Havana Cafe in Abu Dhabi. There’s a restaurant called Havana in almost every major city in the ... discuss

What makes you, you? - Mideast Youth Aug 7, 2013, 4:00 am
Can anyone answer that question logically? What is it about us that makes us so different from one a ... discuss

When the Syrian uprising began in March 2011, sparked by the detention of young boys in Dara’a ... discuss

From Niqab to Disbelief - Mideast Youth Jul 28, 2013, 9:00 pm
Around 3 years ago I enthusiastically logged into Mideastyouth.com to blog about my new found spir ... discuss

Drones over Kurdistan - Mideast Youth Jul 26, 2013, 4:00 pm
I live in Denmark. When I see a drone, it does not scare me because it is on TV. It reminds me of St ... discuss

Last week, the revolutionary court finally issued prison sentences to seven Gonabadi Dervish lawyer ... discuss

Tawerghans in refugee camp (image via Martyr’s Square Media) It’s not clear whether the ... discuss

Istanbul United - Mideast Youth Jul 18, 2013, 9:00 am
A new documentary about the protest movement in Turkey and the involvement of the local football ul ... discuss

On January 12th, 2005 the Turkish Embassy in Denmark filed a complaint against the Kurdish TV-channe ... discuss

From a quick skim of any Libya-related headlines these days, it's easy to become discouraged about ... discuss

The University of Kurdistan – Hewler is going to publish the first issue of its magazine, The ... discuss

In the period after World War II a number of artists emerged in Beirut, a fulcrum between oriental a ... discuss

Economic pacification - Mideast Youth Jul 13, 2013, 11:00 pm
The meeting in Jordan of the World Economic Forum (WEF) is a shameful spectacle of self-described 'W ... discuss

Syria has seen more than 800 days of revolution, and the Syrian story has more twists and turns and ... discuss

“To each there comes in their lifetime a special moment when they are figuratively tapped on t ... discuss

To Copts in Diaspora - Mideast Youth Jul 13, 2013, 11:00 pm
Ah, the air smells cleaner today, it’s our first full day in a post-Morsi world. To that IR ... discuss

Revolution Reloaded – Rola Khayyat * Post-Mubarak secular activists were scattered, chaotic an ... discuss

Revolution Reloaded – Rola Khayyat * Post-Mubarak secular activists were scattered, chaotic an ... discuss

To Copts in Diaspora - Mideast Youth Jul 4, 2013, 3:00 pm
Ah, the air smells cleaner today, it’s our first full day in a post-Morsi world. To that IR ... discuss

“To each there comes in their lifetime a special moment when they are figuratively tapped on t ... discuss

Syria has seen more than 800 days of revolution, and the Syrian story has more twists and turns and ... discuss

Economic pacification - Mideast Youth May 28, 2013, 5:00 pm
The meeting in Jordan of the World Economic Forum (WEF) is a shameful spectacle of self-described 'W ... discuss

In the period after World War II a number of artists emerged in Beirut, a fulcrum between oriental a ... discuss

The University of Kurdistan – Hewler is going to publish the first issue of its magazine, The ... discuss

From a quick skim of any Libya-related headlines these days, it’s easy to become discouraged ... discuss

You may know Amir Ahmad Nasr by his blog, the Sudanese thinker, where he used to write under a pseu ... discuss

Abstract: in my opinion, participation in presidential elections of Iran is more like attending a po ... discuss

/p> wamith al-kassab All the Arabic social media were busy yesterday with looking for the people be ... discuss

    Foreign aid seems noble, but there are distinct fallacies and unplanned destructive e ... discuss

Tunisian rapper Balti adored by the little folks of his neighborhood (Ouled el Houma) Released few m ... discuss

Boston Bombings - Mideast Youth Apr 16, 2013, 12:00 pm
At first I thought I should not comment on the Boston bombings as it is obvious that we in Palestine ... discuss

wamith al-kassab The bombs went off in several Iraqi cities during the morning hours and at least 21 ... discuss

My first shot of liberated Syria at the Atmeh refugee camp From 09 March ' 19 March I had a very uni ... discuss

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