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Saudi Arabia welcomes Umrah pilgrims following ‘successful’ Hajj pilgrimage

The kingdom announced on Sunday that it will reopen its holy sites to receive pilgrims after the end of Hajj rituals.  Saudi Arabia announced it has re-opened Muslim holy sites for the Umrah pilgrimage as...

The rise of influencers: Can content creators make a ‘job’ out of social media?

While many consider social media merely an entertainment outlet or even a 'waste of time', some have utilised the tool to create financial opportunities. The increasing popularity of social media over the last decade has...

‘They had no mercy’: Palestinian remembers moment he was made a refugee in 1948

For the last seven decades, Palestinians have been witnessing their own ethnic with Israel continuing to make way for Jewish settlers from abroad. It was way before 15 May 1948 when Palestinians first started seeing...

The best true crime documentary films and series to watch on Netflix

Can't find anything to watch on TV? These Netflix films and shows will have you thinking you can solve a crime.  Admit it. We've all fallen through the rabbit hole of watching true crime videos...

How this artist is giving cancer survivors a confidence boost with ‘Henna Crowns’

A Sri Lankan artist is helping cancer patients regain their joy and confidence with 'empowering' henna crowns— and free of charge.  When Nazma picked up her very own Henna cone for the first time at...

MIA’s first Palestine exhibition explores historical heritage

The "Beautiful Memories of Palestine" exhibition will run at MIA library until 30 September. Palestinian embroidery, old travel guides to Jerusalem and rare books showcasing Palestine's history are now available for the public to view...
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