We saw Dina Amer's debut feature film based on the life of Hasna Ait Boulahcen, yet another victim of Wahhabi/Salafi extremism.
Convicted and imprisoned billionaires are rare. France has just indicted billionaire & novelist Mohed Altrad.
Ghazi Gheblawi reviews "The Darkness Inside," a literary thriller set in the world of social media and foreign wars.
Film curator and scholar Irit Neidhardt searches for clues to the Berlin disappearance of gramophone tycoon Michel Baida.
Angélique Crux reviews the award-winning documentary from Lebanese filmmaker Wissam Tanios.
Nada Ghosn revels in the artistry of Palestinian, Iranian, Lebanese, Afghan and other playwrights and performers in Avignon this year.
Nora Lester Murad reviews a "far-fetched" story of a marriage between a Palestinian Muslim and an American Jew.
London-based journalist Layla Maghribi recalls her family dinners in Libyan, Palestinian and Syrian culinary traditions.
Aren't military attacks on hospitals and other medical facilities considered war crimes?