Dining with the Druze

Ellis Shuman | Posted 14.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Ellis Shuman

The meal had started with a spread of sour labane cheese, zaatar salad, homegrown olives from the year's "good crop", creamy tehina, hummus with pine nuts, stuffed vine leaves, and Druze pita, which is flatter and thinner than pita bread available elsewhere in the country.

Clooney's New Takedown Of The Daily Mail Is His Most Brutal Yet

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 12.07.2014 | UK

Apologies from the Daily Mail are as rare as a nun on the Sidebar of Shame. But a furious George Clooney isn't having any of it. The Hollywood star...

One Winning Battle in Lebanon

Randa Saab Smith | Posted 25.11.2012 | UK
Randa Saab Smith

When some parts of the Middle East are busy fighting on religious, political or ethnic grounds, humanitarian and charity organisations keep themselves busy with improving the quality of life for millions of deprived and disadvantaged persons. The poor, the disabled, the traumatised and the war victims in millions have been the main concern of thousands of local and international charity organisations.

A Muslim in the Service of Israel

Lord Weidenfeld of Chelsea | Posted 19.09.2012 | UK
Lord Weidenfeld of Chelsea

Ishmael Khaldi is the name of the new Counsellor for Civil Society Affairs at the Israeli Embassy in London.