Skip to content

Category: Middle East

FIFA WC: Another Story Unravels

The place, with the nickname Valley of Death, is currently hosting the greatest show on Earth… the FIFA World Cup. The Global Media have commented like this on the ongoing […]

Voiced Their Protest Sans Words

Members of Iran’s national football team proved that silence is not only a sign of consent, but also a weapon of protest before their opening match against England at the […]

Embalmed In An ‘Unusual’ Manner

Howard Carter (May 9, 1874 – March 2, 1939), the British Archaeologist and Egyptologist, was stunned by the opulence of the 18th Dynasty Pharaoh Tutankhamun after discovering his tomb on […]

Her ‘Belief’ In Chains

Fatemeh ‘Mary’ Mohammadi was born in a Muslim family in Iran. Later, the 24-year-old Human Rights activist converted herself to Christianity, and paid a high price for her faith and […]

On Faith, Hope & Survival

Nowadays a person gets lynched for being a Black or a Muslim or a homosexual or whatever, in different parts of the globe. A majority of the people get scared, […]

Jailed, For Her Reportage

Niloufar Hamedi, the journalist who triggered the Anti-Hijab Movement in Iran by clicking photos of Mahsa Amini in the third week of September 2022, is currently in a prison. It […]

In Solidarity With Their Sisters

The death of 22-year-old Mahsha Amini in police custody on September 16, 2022 has ignited a firestorm of anger among the Iranians. Protests have erupted in every corner of the […]

Inside The Tomb Of The Pharaoh

A secret chamber near the tomb of the teenage Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun (BC 1341 – 1323), commonly referred to as King Tut, may contain the mummy of his mother-in-law and […]

From Russia, Through Azerbaijan

Iran is all set to import gas from Russia through neighbouring Azerbaijan. Tehran and the Kremlin signed an important agreement a couple of months ago under which the West Asian […]