Circumcision part of religion and culture of many

Whether you’re expecting a baby boy or have just welcomed your new little guy into the world, you have an important decision to make before you take your son home: whether to circumcise him. For some families, the choice is simple because it’s based on cultural or religious beliefs. But for others, the right option isn’t as clear. Before you ... Read More »

Women’s Boxing Club in Jeddah

After the Saudi sportsmen announced last year that they are launching women’s special clubs in the country, they have just started a boxing squad in Jeddah. Read More »

Things that are no longer fashionable in 2018!

Stupid t-shirts with their stories! According to Elly Levin, a Stylist of Liberty, a television personality and a podcaster, these t-shirts have become almost an essential item and will be upgraded in 2018. Levin says t-shirts with strong slogans are where they should be: “The boost of vigorousness has made the garments more and more sound their own.” People more ... Read More »

Six more things Saudi women should be be allowed to do

Last week, the Saudi Arabian government announced that it would allow women the right to drive from next June. And what seems like a basic human right here in the Western world has until now been an illegal activity for Saudi Arabia’s female population punishable by 10 lashes, as was Shaima Ghassaniya’s punishment in 2011 after being found guilty of ... Read More »

Where are the most expensive graves

Behesht-e-Zahra Although Behesteshahra has been dedicated to free grave people, the upper and lower law of the city is also dominant here. Because there is also a range of free prices up to 20 million tomans in the cemetery. The cost of assigning each item in parts 200 to 258 (Phase II of the Republic of Artemistan) Beheshtak Zahra (SA) ... Read More »

Food mistakes you’re making every day

BANANAS Do as monkeys do and peel from the bottom, not the top, of the fruit. Gently squeeze the opposite end to the stem and the fruit comes out while the skin will stay in one piece because the stem holds it together. Read More »

Iranian Smoker Girls

Smoking among women in the country has tripled. This news confirms various university studies and national tobacco reports.  Quitting cigarettes is not easy for anyone. But some studies show that women have a harder time keeping their no-smoking vows than men. Researchers don’t know exactly why this may be the case, but they speculate that women are more sensitive than ... Read More »

New York / Mourning ceremonies of Muharram in Manhattan

Muḥarram is the first month of the Islamic calendar. It is one of the four sacred months of the year. It is held to be the second holiest month, following Ramadan. The word “Muharram” means “forbidden”. Since the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar, Muharram moves from year to year when compared with the Gregorian calendar… Read More »

10 Wonderful Hours of the World

Golgate Clock in Indiana, USA The Kollgate Hour, the tenth largest hour in the world, began on November 17, 1924. The clock, mounted on the Colgate-Palmolive plant in Indiana, is about 12 meters in diameter. This watch is exactly on the edge of the river. Read More »

Erbil Kurdistan 85 years ago

These days, the name “Erbil” of the Iraqi Kurdistan Center has come to the forefront of the news of the world’s media following a controversial referendum on the independence of this autonomous region; a point where the history of urbanization dates back to 6,000 years ago. Read More »