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Dec 25, 2010
If religious and even secular celebrations teach us anything, it's to share our love and promote togetherness in the hope of living better lives. Read Article Let's make bonds through celebration
Jan 01, 2011
There's no doubt that the end of the year is a natural time for stock-taking, but this is a personal matter and doesn't need to be a matter of collective angst masked under communal cheer. Read Article I don't have to party just because it's new year
Jan 08, 2011
Sleazy comments and unwanted proposals in the virtual world are no less real, or unpleasant, or unwanted than they would be in the street. Read Article When a woman is harassed by men, why the rush to blame her?
Jan 15, 2011
Will the next step be to make Arabs wear yellow crescent-shaped badges in public? Read Article When politics interferes with marriage, it tells us a lot
Jan 22, 2011
When the maternal instinct is aroused, nothing can stand in the way of a pregnant woman and her need to shop. Read Article Pregnant mums and credit cards: a match made for business
Jan 29, 2011
We are not doomed to wake up day after day in the same dreary domesticity like the protagonist of Groundhog Day. Read Article Stuck in a day, or living the moment?
Feb 05, 2011
The day I gave birth to my child was the day I was born as a mother. Read Article A baby is born and so is a mother
Feb 12, 2011
Valentine's Day leads to a re-examination of cultural values and ideas about love. Read Article Love is an arrow through the heart
Feb 19, 2011
The changing Arab world needs a modern literature that reflects its concerns and angst. Read Article Read an Arabic book on World Book Day, March 3
Mar 05, 2011
March 8 is International Women's Day, and this year there's no better place to recognise the occasion than the Middle East, where women have been at the forefront of social change. Read Article Voices of women of the Middle East heard loud and clear
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