CROSSROADS ARABIA: What’s behind the rapid increase in body piercing by women in the Kingdom?
NASEEM TARAWNAH: What is going on with young male Jordanians? When did this level of brutality come about? Has it always been there?
DANIEL M. VARISCO: It’s dogmatic rhetoric and a willingness to conform to imposed tyranny that are the real enemies.
AMERICAN BEDU: They have names that are familiar to families in Saudi Arabia. Who are their families?
SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMED: The price of gold goes up and up and up. It’s a major concern for parents.
LOTFI RADHOUANE CHEBIL, CGNEWS: It’s generating heated debate on Tunisian university campuses. What’s to be done?
EMAN AL NAFJAN: Saudi conservatives appear to be spoiling for a fight with the IOC over women’s participation in sport.
MARWA HELAL, CGNEWS: A collection of stories about Muslim women’s love lives has struck a global chord.
SUSAN AL SHAHRI: I removed myself some time ago from the Dhofari wedding scene. Here’s why.
JAMES M. DORSEY: An Egyptian feminist group has challenged the fans that played a key role in toppling Mubarak to recognise women’s rights.
DHOFARI GUCCI: I live in a very conservative society where male/female friendship is frowned upon.
AMERICAN BEDU: Filmed some time ago the film highlights the continuing flaws in the system …
DAVID CORTRIGHT, CGNEWS: We asked Afghan women how they believed their hard won rights could be secured.
CROSSROADS ARABIA: The Saudi Authorities have decided to crack down hard on young men who harass women in the Kingdom.
AMERICAN BEDU: It has one of the highest divorce rates in the world and separation of the sexes has led to utter alienation.
SUSAN AL SHAHRI: The ‘To Do’ list as far as women’s rights in Oman is concerned is, unfortunately, long.
ROB L. WAGNER: It was a very welcome surprise – the announcement that Saudi Arabia will have at least one woman at the Olympics
SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMED: They’re full of contradictory advice which will only make you feel inept. Forget them.
AMERICAN BEDU: Many foreign women who have had relationships with Saudi male students find themselves in great difficulty.