Search Results for Tag: christmas
As Nazareth was decked out for Christmas, a group of weavers gathered in the cobblestone alleys of Israel’s largest Arab city, intent on preserving their Palestinian heritage at a time when their communities feel under pressure.
Date23.12.2018 | 14:36
TagsArab, christmas, Embroidery, Gaza, Israel, Jews, minority, Nazareth, palestine, Tatreez, tradition, West Bank
‘Saudi Arabia sentences woman convicted of adultery to death by stoning – her male partner gets 100 lashes.’ This article got the most comments from readers. What do you think about this topic? Give your comment below.
Date12.12.2015 | 11:44
Tagsaged parents, Child marriage, christmas, divorce, family, family civil law, lashes, polygamy, saudi arabia, stoning, talaq, women's rights, womensrights
Santa Claus has gone back with all the assorted holiday goodies. New year’s day has come and gone and just like Nelly Furtado, most of us are wondering, “Why do all good things come to end?” Philosophising aside, this post-holiday gloom is pretty normal, given the happiness hype created months ahead by retailers and the media.
Date08.01.2014 | 11:19
It’s Christmas time in Bonn and the first thing that strikes your nostrils is the lovely smell of Christmas goodies at the local market. From spiced wine served warm in special mugs to chocolate cake with cinnamon, from roasted almonds to cotton candy, from chinese noodles to traditional german dumplings with vanilla sauce, the Christmas market is a feast for the eyes, nose…and the palate! While we went out on our own very personal round of the Christmas market in Bonn, we decided this might just be the perfect time to organize an online cooking competition, in which you send us your best recipe.
Date30.11.2012 | 16:01