Category: Untold

There are two sides to any story. One is talked about and seen by everyone, but the other is untold. We focus on the latter.

The Liberum28/06/2018

Damascus: The Charm of an Ancient City

by Ibaa Younis*   Damascus is the capital of Syria and one of the most ancient […]
The Liberum27/06/2018

Maradona appears to collapse as Argentina win

Paramedics tended to Argentina legend Diego Maradona after he fell ill after cheering on his […]
Emad Aysha22/06/2018

Through the Looking Glass, Darkly: On the Hinterland between Arab and Israeli Prevarications

By Emad El-Din Aysha, PhD   There are many avenues you can pursue to make […]
Arthur Blok21/06/2018

Arab Countries Between Secular and Religious Narrative

By Leila Hoballah -- Introduction One of the most important features of this era, one […]
Arthur Blok17/06/2018

European tourists are rediscovering Tunisia

European tourists are rediscovering Tunisia. Tour operators across Europe are taking tourists back to the […]
The Liberum28/05/2018

Bernard Lewis, Islam and the "clash of civilizations"

By Dr. Haytham Mouzahem --   Bernard Lewis, the preeminent scholar of Middle Eastern politics […]
The Levant27/05/2018

The Levant News appoints new Executive editor-in-chief

Arthur Blok has been appointed as the new Executive editor-in-chief of the Levant News website. […]
The Levant22/05/2018

Why Did the Muslim Brotherhood Fail?

By Dr. Haytham Mouzahem -- First appeared on al-Mesbar Studies and Research Centre -- The […]
Emad Aysha20/05/2018

Exclusive — Sarah Begum: Documentaries from the Amazon Forest to the Middle East Jungle

THE LEVANT NEWS EXCLUSIVE - Interview conducted by Emad El-Din Aysha --    Dear Sarah […]
Emad Aysha17/05/2018

Iraq + 100 (2016): A Test Case in the Still Tortuous Evolution of Arabic Science Fiction

By Emad El-Din Aysha, PhD*   What can we say, off the bat, about Iraq […]