Shut down in Iraq, its banner torn down from the Democratic Convention, the last few weeks have not been good for Al Jazeera.
An Egyptian, a Syrian Jew and a Palestinian Mormon walk into a club. . .
Following its record-breaking opening in the U.S., "Fahrenheit 9/11" looks set to replicate its success across the Middle East.
It always sounded too good to be true. The news that self-styled "Comedy Terrorist" Aaron Barschak -- who first gained notoriety by gate-crashing Prince William's 21st birthday party in 2003 while…
If food really is the way to someone's heart, then the new play at London's Gate Theater, "The Arab-Israeli Cookbook," may just help to promote peace and understanding between the two long-feuding…
While the Middle East is too hot to handle for most producers, Humbert Balsan has carved out a lucrative niche producing films by Arab filmmakers.
Ultimately, the "Lizard" ("Marmoulak") proved too slippery for the Iranian censors.
Whoever said the Middle East was conservative? A spate of wild TV gameshows has been giving contestants the chance to win everything from a virtual trip to Jerusalem to a husband.
Arab Street, meet Tehran Avenue. A cultural Web 'zine run by enthusiastic young Iranians, Tehran Avenue offers a window into life inside Iran for those at home and abroad.
The Middle East is getting its own version of the Grammys, but don't look for any Britney-baring moments or expletive-filled rap-star acceptance speeches. At least not yet.