A Garden of Possibilities at the Palestinian Museum

October 3, 2017 12:55 pm1 comment
A Garden of Possibilities at the Palestinian Museum

The fact that the Palestinian Museum even exists may surprise some people, not because of the wealth of talent that clearly exists in these lands, but because it suggests a type of normalcy to life in an area that continues to be under occupation. When the project was first announced there were […]

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Women’s rights in Saudi Arabia? There’s an app for that

August 28, 2017 9:59 am0 comments
Women’s rights in Saudi Arabia? There’s an app for that

Women’s rights in Saudi Arabia have always been a contentious issue. Women have only recently won a limited right to vote, they can’t work close to men and the debate over whether they should be allowed to drive has gone on for years. To read more, click here. 

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The First Consultancy App for Startups

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The First Consultancy App for Startups

Take Answers marked 55 Days into the launch of the first online consultancy app. Take Answers is the first consultancy app to serve Start-ups and SME’s, the app is available in both IOS and Google play. 55 Days into this revolutionary journey, a total of 404 experts are on board […]

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Haramain high-speed train arrives in Jeddah for first time

July 21, 2017 10:11 am0 comments
Haramain high-speed train arrives in Jeddah for first time

The Haramain Express Train has arrived at Jeddah station for the first time after operational tests of the Saudi high-speed train system. To read more, click here. 

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How Instagram’s ‘Rich Kids of Dubai’ spend their fortunes

July 14, 2017 12:52 pm0 comments
How Instagram’s ‘Rich Kids of Dubai’ spend their fortunes

Instagram’s Rich Kids of Dubai features those living in luxury in a city already known for its opulence. From unlimited shopping sprees in the world’s largest mall to decadent desserts served on the rooftop of one of the city’s many skyscrapers, here’s how the rich kids of Dubai are living the “Dubai […]

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A new island in the Mediterranean…just off Gaza

June 29, 2017 12:53 pm0 comments
A new island in the Mediterranean…just off Gaza

At first glance the video looks like a promotion for a luxury offshore development, a Dubai Palm-style project on the Mediterranean. Then it becomes clear it’s about Gaza and the future of the impoverished and fenced-in Palestinian enclave. To read more, click here. 

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Robot serves food at Multan pizzeria in Pakistan

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Robot serves food at Multan pizzeria in Pakistan

A pizzeria in Multan has suddenly become the focus of consumers’ attention, and not particularly because of aromas and tastes. The reason: a rob­otic waitress is wandering about the restaurant and serving food to the diners. To read more, click here. 

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Halal investment tool for Muslims lands a $5 million seed round

June 16, 2017 1:25 pm1 comment
Halal investment tool for Muslims lands a $5 million seed round

For religious Muslims looking to get started with investing, the options are limited. Average Muslim investors can’t afford the kind of nuanced advice that a high end financial advisor can provide, but they can’t just throw money at a random fund that might not be Sharia-compliant either. To read more, […]

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See the Sleek, Sand-Toned New Yves Saint Laurent Museum in Marrakech

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See the Sleek, Sand-Toned New Yves Saint Laurent Museum in Marrakech

In October 2017, two museums will open dedicated to the work of Yves Saint Laurent. The first will be housed in the historical couture house at 5 avenue Marceau, a hôtel particulier from the Second Empire where the French designer worked for almost 30 years and which is now being […]

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How the Louvre Abu Dhabi found light with French architect Jean Nouvel

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How the Louvre Abu Dhabi found light with French architect Jean Nouvel

When it opens, the Louvre Abu Dhabi will be seen as a building where its ­architect, Jean Nouvel, has subordinated concrete and steel, glass and stone, and even the Gulf’s corrosive waters, to the deft control of the gentle play of light. To read more, click here. 

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