Noor El-Terk is a London based writer and a keen advocate for social justice with a particular interest in the MENA region. She holds a masters degree in Chemical Engineering and tweets at @kelo3adi
Liverpool's annual Arab Art Festival is back for the 20th year running promising a diverse and exciting programme jam-packed with a mix of exciting local and internationally acclaimed artists.
Ramadan series: We tried Chai Naasto's special iftar menu this Ramadan, and we definitely were not disappointed.
Ahmed Masoud's play follows the story of an 83-year-old woman in Gaza, as she remembers her life mapped alongside Palestine's.
Donald Trump's decision to pull back from the landmark 2015 Iran deal has seen the GCC bloc divided in their responses. Kuwait, Oman and Qatar are treading carefully.
Egypt's head of the media council claims that there are no journalists imprisoned because of their profession. Its track record says otherwise.
The irony of Egypt hosting the World Youth Forum while Egypt's youth find themselves trapped between unemployment and a disastrous HR record was not lost
Yalla, let's eat! Next stop in our food series: Momo. We delve into North African cuisine where fine dining does not mean meagre portions
Interview: Emel Mathlouthi, whose songs became the 'anthem of the revolution' speaks to us six years on from the Arab Spring
Comment: Six years ago, the region was awash with hope as Arabs protested and demanded change. Today's landscape is dramatically different, but who's really to blame? asks Noor El-Terk.
Comment: Syria continues to be a chessboard upon which Syrians themselves are mere playthings for regional powers, writes Noor El-Terk.