Nadine Sayegh is a multidisciplinary writer and researcher covering the Arab world. She has covered topics including gender in the region, countering violent extremism, the Occupied Palestinian Territories, amongst other social and political issues.
Reports show that the UAE has suspended work and visit visas to 13 mostly Muslim-majority countries.
French authorities have increased the state of emergency in the country but many view it as a way to exercise greater control over its population.
The casting of Gal Gadot to play Cleopatra has led to a backlash, but much of the outrage misses the point.
The Netflix film has sparked an uproar across the globe for sexualising underaged girls and led to calls for the boycott of the streaming platform.
An insider's account exposes how French police perpetuate a system where extreme hostility and racism is just a regular day at the office.
The French president's effort to help Lebanon is admirable, but he remains tone-deaf and out of touch with most Lebanese.
Despite laws on the books to protect women, most abusers go unpunished. Now, in many countries, lawmakers are even pushing back against those weak laws.
For some Arabs, living under the malaise of political and economic hopelessness is proving too much to bear.
The removal of model Bella Hadid's post about her father's Palestinian identity sheds light on a concerted effort to erase Palestinian voices online.
There are millions of migrant workers in the Arab world that demand the world's attention.
The pressure to 'do more' can be more harmful than the perceived dip in productivity during this pandemic.
Quarantining measures have led to a spike in domestic violence in several countries.
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