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Florence is a Middle-East focused journalist and staff writer at The New Arab.

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Cricklewood mosque attack: Muslim stewards 'stopped another London Bridge'

19 September, 2018

Witnesses of a Islamophobic car-ramming attack in northwest London on Tuesday night spoke of the bravery of Muslim stewards whose actions might have saved dozens of lives.

Explainer: The Tariq Ramadan affair

18 September, 2018

Liberté, égalité, fraternité? The case of Tariq Ramadan, accused of sexual assault by five women, has unearthed deeper questions about being a Muslim in the French judicial system.

Assad troops arresting former White Helmets 'every day'

14 September, 2018

Civilians and humanitarian workers who signed 'ceasefire' deals with the Syrian regime that assured their safety are now being arrested on a daily basis, according to local sources.

Model embroiled in $800k 'gifts from Saudi king' mystery

12 September, 2018

'The most beautiful women in the world would be slaves under your feet' read the message accompanying the extravagant gifts to Kuwaiti TV presenter Halima Boland, purportedly from King Salman

Idlib's civilians preparing for the worst, say aid groups

07 September, 2018

Islamic Relief's Syria spokesperson told The New Arab of the desperate situation in Syria's densely populated northwest, where civilians with nowhere else to go wait for a deadly regime offensive.

YouTuber details violent attack by 'Saudi agents' in London

06 September, 2018

YouTube star Ghanem Almasarir tells The New Arab how he was violently attacked by 'government agents' in London, leaving him fearing for his safety and that of other dissidents worldwide.

Son of Saudi death row cleric blasts ‘brutal regime'

05 September, 2018

Speaking to The New Arab, Abdallah al-Awdah lambasted the charges brought against his father that now might have him executed by the regime he called as brutal as IS

Iraq's ex-PM Maliki wooing Kurds into ruling coalition

21 August, 2018

Sidelined former leader Nouri al-Maliki is attempting to challenge the newly formed Sadrist bloc by tempting Kurds into his alliance with promises to hand over disputed Kirkuk.

#FreeAhed but free the rest of them too

30 July, 2018

Nearly 300 Palestinian children still languish in Israeli prisons, subject to rampant abuse and coerced into confession in the only country in the world that prosecutes children in military courts.

The Ayoub Sisters: Egyptian-Scottish musical duo know no bounds

13 July, 2018

The New Arab Meets: The Ayoub Sisters, the classically trained multi-instrumentalists taking the crossover world by storm one catchy cover at a time.

Is Muslim posterboy Salah fasting for football final?

25 May, 2018

'I need you at the top of your game': News that Liverpool's beloved Mohamed Salah may break his fast ahead of Saturday's potentially career-defining game has fans' opinion split.

US recognition of Golan as 'Israeli' would spell disaster

18 May, 2018

Dire consequences and dangerous precedents await if the US is to approve a proposal that would officially recognise the occupied Golan Heights as Israeli.

Florence Dixon
Florence Dixon

Florence is a Middle-East focused journalist and staff writer at The New Arab.

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