Using music and art, one association in Casablanca is trying to bridge the divide between Morocco and its African neighbors.
Although Islam permits divorce, it is strongly discouraged and deemed the “most despised of permissible acts by God.” Yet, in the Arab Gulf, divorce is on the rise. Both men and women are increasingly choosing divorce over staying in an unhappy marriage, regardless of the stigma.
The International Day of Women and Girls in Science is an annual celebration of female achievement in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
In a first for what some call “world music,” a new album featuring Moroccan Sufi music, reflecting a spiritual dimension of Islam, is being released this month.
Despite various attempts to increase the participation rates of women in financial systems worldwide, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region still lags behind.
Women in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region’s entrepreneurial ecosystem face formidable obstacles when it comes to accessing finance. The introduction of impact investment and the increasing number of female impact investors in the region could usher in a new age of gender, social, and financial inclusion in the Arab world.
Low rates of female participation in public life in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) have long undermined the region’s potential. However, the new global push for financial inclusion for women is likely to have a transformative effect on the region’s economy and society.
With a new musical experiment he calls Frigya, percussionist Imed Alibi explores his world from a fresh perspective.
The Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) and his message of Islam changed the course of history and shaped the world we live in for the last 14 centuries. Whether one believes his message or not, one cannot deny his absolute ingenuity and inventiveness, which, in less than two decades, led to the creation of the most powerful and civilized nation: the first Islamic state.
Women in Saudi Arabia are spearheading efforts to produce films that accurately portray daily life in the Kingdom, despite the conservative nation’s strict laws governing people’s behavior—especially women’s.