Posts Tagged: Arab Spring

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Review: Cairo Year One

  For the past year and a half newsreaders of the world have been caught up in the Middle Eastern saga that has toppled dictators, made heroes of ordinary people and now may have morphed into a brutal conflict that

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Review: Cairo Year One

  For the past year and a half newsreaders of the world have been caught up in the Middle Eastern saga that has toppled dictators, made heroes of ordinary people and now may have morphed into a brutal conflict that

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Iranian MCs and Techno à la Lebanese: The best Middle Eastern rhythms on the web

When we cast our minds to the Middle East, we may think of many things. Regrettably, today we are most likely to picture unrest, revolution, conflict. But in the not-so-distant past you may have thought of vibrant hubbub, ramshackle bazaars

Hip Hop Logo Middle Eastern Rap and Techno Music

Iranian MCs and Techno à la Lebanese: The best Middle Eastern rhythms on the web

When we cast our minds to the Middle East, we may think of many things. Regrettably, today we are most likely to picture unrest, revolution, conflict. But in the not-so-distant past you may have thought of vibrant hubbub, ramshackle bazaars

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Interview With The Mosaic Rooms

The Mosaic Rooms is one of the most exciting venues in London. A five-minute walk from Earls Court tube station, the exhibitions and events that take place at the venue are a must for anyone with an interest in Middle Eastern

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Interview With The Mosaic Rooms

The Mosaic Rooms is one of the most exciting venues in London. A five-minute walk from Earls Court tube station, the exhibitions and events that take place at the venue are a must for anyone with an interest in Middle Eastern

Rap and the Arab Spring: Three rappers wax lyrical

(L-R) Libyan Ibn Thabit, Iraqi-Canadian The Narcicyst and Egyptian El-Deeb took the stage at the University of East London last night to talk about what role rap played in the Arab uprisings that continue to sweep through the Middle East

Rap and the Arab Spring: Three rappers wax lyrical

(L-R) Libyan Ibn Thabit, Iraqi-Canadian The Narcicyst and Egyptian El-Deeb took the stage at the University of East London last night to talk about what role rap played in the Arab uprisings that continue to sweep through the Middle East