Noise threatens Jordanian mental health and laws are “paper ink”

As soon as Amman and the Jordanian cities wake up, the noise becomes louder and the noise spreads everywhere, heralding the beginning of a new day in the Jordanian way, where noise dominates all voices calling for the need for calm to maintain mental health. of citizens. As street chaos subsides in winter, it is … Read more

Kuwaiti actress Maha Al-Asaker breaks the invisible cage

Under the title “My Name is a Woman”, the Contemporary Art Platform (CAP) is holding an exhibition by Kuwaiti artist Maha Al-Asaker, which includes a group of works of art whose media used variation between photography, embroidery, installation and collage. but they all adopt a theme, which is the search for oneself, that is, a … Read more

Kuwaiti actress Maha Al-Asaker breaks the invisible cage

Under the title “My Name is a Woman”, the Contemporary Art Platform (CAP) is holding an exhibition by Kuwaiti artist Maha Al-Asaker, which includes a group of works of art whose media used variation between photography, embroidery, installation and collage. but they all adopt a theme, which is the search for oneself, that is, a … Read more

Davos Index: The global travel sector is still sluggish

The world travel and tourism sector was badly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic over the past two years, although there was a comeback, it was slow and unpredictable, according to the Travel and Tourism Index published by the World Economic Forum. in Davos, and according to the index, no The number of international tourist arrivals … Read more

Why do we still cry out of admiration for Edvard Mönch?

It is said that the late artist Edvard Mönch (1863-1944) left the radio 24 hours a day at his home in Oslo. There were often two or more, each in a room and open to a different radio – so much so that Mönch doubted the silence. It seems appropriate about the reputation of this … Read more

The ‘Dog Park’ presents a bleak picture of post-Soviet Ukraine

Through a long novel that spans the period between 1992 and 2016 and has many locations within the cities of the former Soviet Union, Finnish writer Sophie Oksanen takes us to the depths of Ukrainian society, in which she compares life in Ukraine after its independence and life in Finland, revealing the great cultural difference … Read more

Palestinian determination to stay in Bab Al-Khalil’s “real estate” in Jerusalem

The Orthodox Patriarchate in Jerusalem overturned an Israeli Supreme Court ruling confirming the sale of real estate owned by the Patriarchate to an association of Israeli settlements, noting that it is determined to maintain the Christian presence in the city to prevent Judaism. his. About a year after the Patriarchate challenged the sale of two … Read more

Queen Anne style … complex simplification of the puzzle

One of the architectural styles of the branched decorative styles of Victorian architecture, which began to appear during the reign of King William III, King of England, flourished and developed during the reign of Queen Anne (1702-1714), and then continued after acceptance . of King George I on the throne, and its roof stretches from … Read more

Traveling from Sanaa is not for all Yemenis

As soon as Yemenis were optimistic about the return of air activity to the airport of the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, with two flights a week, popular complaints of a different kind emerged regarding travel restrictions for certain groups of people, as a result of a series of demands. deployed by the Houthi militia for those … Read more

Fishing in Gaza is a trap for people

At six o’clock in the evening, Palestinian fisherman Jihad began his voyage at sea, just throwing his fishing nets four miles, until the Israeli Marines began shouting at him through loudspeakers: “You are forbidden to come here, fishing is forbidden. Today, come back in Gaza. ” He immediately responded.Jihad for them, and he used the … Read more