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Egyptian TV host's anger at 'women giving birth'

24 June, 2017

Amr Adeeb, a journalist known for his war apologism and undying loyalty to the Sisi regime, has sparked controversy for telling women off for giving birth.

Photos: activists send lanterns 'to light up' electricity-starved Gaza

21 June, 2017

From across the border, to across the world, providing relief for Gaza is becoming increasingly difficult while the PA and the Israeli government show no end to their cruelty

Regents Park Mosque: man tasered 'after attack attempt'

21 June, 2017

Police have told The New Arab that this is not yet being treated as a terrorist incident and that his motive is unknown

Finsbury Park: On whitewashing the 'white crusade'

19 June, 2017

The puritan perception of white-supremacists acknowledges that to sustain Britishness, both Muslims and Islam must be "cleansed" from Britain to keep it "terror-free"

New technology makes urban massacres more likely, not less

14 June, 2017

Blog: Statistics must not be viewed through the lens of a tragedy, but as the result of crimes against humanity and widespread apathy, writes Diana Alghoul

Revealed: Somalia rejects 'secret $80m' Qatar blockade bribe

12 June, 2017

Mogadishu has refused to side with the UAE, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia in a diplomatic offensive against Qatar, despite a large financial bribe, sources told The New Arab.

The logical fallacy behind #MarchAgainstSharia

11 June, 2017

The rising rhetoric of hate is not the only reason behind the hostility towards Sharia law, there is also a misunderstanding of what Sharia law actually is.

The continuing Gulf media offensive against Qatar

05 June, 2017

The UAE and Saudi allegations against Qatar are out of context, and embarrassingly contradictory.

The forgotten state violence victims in Eiffel Tower solidarity

04 June, 2017

As long as we are less likely to show solidarity with victims of state violence, governments would feel as though they are able to instil bloodsheds in homes without accountability.

#TheresaMayGifs: the day the British nation trolled the Tories

30 May, 2017

What did the British public have to say about strong and stable Theresa May in last night's debate?

Algerian former minister of religious affairs 'shoots his wife'

30 May, 2017

The former religious minister fired three shots at her, before she was rushed to hospital, where she is currently recovering

The Palestinian pride behind the sweet journey of knafeh

29 May, 2017

For Palestinians, in happy occasions, the sugary bonne bouche that is knafeh is rarely out of sight

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