Update UN Palestinian refugee agency says attacks on Rafah ‘horrifying’

UN Palestinian refugee agency says attacks on Rafah ‘horrifying’

  • The attacks came two days after the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to end its military offensive in Rafah
  • Israel’s army confirmed the strike and said it hit a Hamas installation and killed two senior Hamas militants
By Arab News ·

Saudi FM Prince Faisal bin Farhan takes part in a meeting in Brussels. (SPA)

Ministerial committee assigned by Arab-Islamic Summit meets with EU Foreign Affairs Council

  • Attendees discussed the dangerous developments in the Gaza Strip and Israel’s continued military aggression targeting defenseless civilians
By Arab News ·

Update Saudi Arabia leads condemnation of Israeli attacks on Rafah 

Saudi Arabia leads condemnation of Israeli attacks on Rafah 

  • Jordan, Kuwait, and the UAE also condemn ‘ongoing war crimes committed by Israeli occupation forces in Gaza’
By Arab News ·

Saudi Arabia outlines steps to improve comfort for Hajj pilgrims

Saudi Arabia outlines steps to improve comfort for Hajj pilgrims

  • Sun shields, marble flooring, mist fans among measures to protect worshippers from intense heat 
By Arab News ·

Motorcyclist killed in Israeli strike near hospital in southern Lebanon

Motorcyclist killed in Israeli strike near hospital in southern Lebanon

  • Health Ministry denounces ‘full-fledged crime’ as health care workers, patients injured in drone attack
By NAJIA HOUSSARI ·

Online anger following The Atlantic’s ‘possible to kill children legally’ in Gaza article

Online anger following The Atlantic’s ‘possible to kill children legally’ in Gaza article

  • The Atlantic’s writer Graeme Wood suggested that in certain scenarios killing of children can be legally justifiable
  • Campaign group condemned the piece, calling the The Atlantic’s stance on the issue ‘egregious’
By Arab News ·

Online anger following The Atlantic’s ‘possible to kill children legally’ in Gaza article

Online anger following The Atlantic’s ‘possible to kill children legally’ in Gaza article

  • The Atlantic’s writer Graeme Wood suggested that in certain scenarios killing of children can be legally justifiable
  • Campaign group condemned the piece, calling the The Atlantic’s stance on the issue ‘egregious’
By Arab News ·

First Muslim film festival to launch in London

First Muslim film festival to launch in London

  • Event features narratives from Muslim filmmakers, productions inspired by Muslim culture and faith
By Arab News ·
Nasser Farsi, one of the master engravers from Farsi Jewelry House, is seen in action. supplied

Crafting champions: The artistry behind the ‘Ring of Fire’ trophy belt

  • Engraving tools with diamond tips and tungsten carbide tips were used, depending on the function
  • Each stroke of the engraving tool was not just a mark on metal, but also a tribute to the sport’s rich heritage and the warriors who have graced the ring
By Aisha Fareed ·