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Rich in prose and poetry families and communities would gather around the storyteller to regale in fantastic tales...Amman-based computer engineer Ala Suleiman hopes to revive this custom. His two-year old company Masmoo3 produces and publishes audio
Suleiman the Magnificent was the longest-reigning sultan of the Ottoman Empire, presiding for nearly a half-century at the peak of the empire's power in the 16th century. During Suleiman's rule from 1520 to 1566, the Ottomans were a political,
Syria's foreign minister blamed the suffering of his country's people on U.S. and European sanctions imposed on his country, telling a top U.N. official Saturday that the international body should condemn these measures and work toward lifting them.
He was born in 1494 and died 1566, so knocking on, though he looks pretty good in Magnificent Century ...You have clearly not been keeping up with your Turkish soap operas. It is a hugely popular serial dramatising the life of the Ottoman sultan
7 December 2012 Turkish MPs may ban a hugely popular soap opera after it depicted a venetrated Sultan from the Middle Ages as a hard-drinking womaniser. Magnificent Century, which attracts 150m viewers an episode, was branded 'twisted' by politicians
Lebanese President Michel Suleiman left on Thursday for Greece on a three-day official visit, the National News Agency reported. Suleiman is scheduled to meet with Greek officials and discuss bilateral ties, as well as regional developments. The
Magnificent Century, a sort of Ottoman-era Sex and the City set during the reign of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, is wildly popular in Turkey and across the Middle East. But one person who is decidedly not a fan is Turkey's conservative prime
Since the beginning of the revolution against the Syrian regime, all the Syrian media of the regime in Damascus or the media of its allies, such as Iran, continuously publish news of slain foreigners who were fighting with the Free Syrian Army.
Azza's intervention led to her receiving a brutal beating, resulting in a fractured skull and other serious injuries. Azza, 49, was lucky to survive, and lodged a formal complaint with the Egyptian authorities. The incident was particularly shocking
Lebanese President Michel Suleiman said Monday on the occasion of World Food Day that since its founding Israel has never stopped damaging vast agricultural areas to displace citizens. The president also said that attention should be given to the