Anti-government activists and supporters of Jordan's King Abdullah are both calling for reform in Jordan.
In the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, much of the world sees Israel as Goliath and the Palestinians as David, while Israel still sees itself as David.
There are now 61 journalists in detention in Turkey, a country that is held up as a model for Islamic democracies.
In Egypt, forces are conspiring to stop the advancement of women's rights and the revolution, according to a leading Egyptian feminist.
A recent murder is causing an uproar in Israel, as the government approves 400 new Jewish homes in the West Bank.
"No problem," say Saudi Arabian officials, though protests in neighboring countries, and unemployment at home, threaten Saudi Arabia's ruling families.
Women are working hard to reshape attitudes toward women’s rights and domestic violence in Saudi Arabia.
Egypt's archeological sites are open again, after the recent protests. Now archaeologists are trying to get the tourists back, too.
Sexual harassment is a constant threat to women in Egypt. Now, some people are breaking the silence.
Women have a long history of activism in Egypt, and the protests against Hosni Mubarak in Tahrir Square were no different.