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.
A new report from a collective of investigative journalists raises serious questions about the French government's culpability for atrocities committed in Yemen.
Is France finally being scrutinised for the violence perpetrated on Yellow Vest protestors?
A rise in anti-semitism deserves attention and action against it - but it should not be conflated with anti-Zionism, and Islamophobia should not be ignored in the process.
What is a state’s responsibility after its citizen's return from stints with Daesh or other terrorist organisations? For starters, they have to face crucial questions over why their citizens joined in the first place.
A string of killings across the Arab world should be bigger news and a sign that a lot more needs to be done to protect women who don't conform to narrow expectations.
The recent wave of right-wing sectarian attacks in America should not surprise us; it was always lurking beneath the surface, unchallenged and allowed to fester. Under Trump, it's out in the open.
Saudi Arabia stands accused of blocking Palestinian communities' religious pilgrimages to Mecca as part of an effort to project their political will on the region.
Palestinians may have found a new way to challenge Israeli occupation: self-expression.
Ahed Tamimi and Dareen Tatour are equally heroic Palestinians, and both have an important message for the world. But only one of these voices does not get the recognition it deserves.
Jordanian civil society secured a big victory when protests led to the resignation of the country's prime minister and the repeal of a controversial tax code. The real question is whether Jordanians can sustain the momentum for genuine reforms.
As many as 400 minors are in Israeli custody facing harsh prison sentences for crimes like 'stone-throwing' or being in Israel illegally. The Israeli practice of punishing minors and their families compounds the intractable nature of the conflict.
The #MeToo movement is making strides in the US, but there is no such movement for the vast majority of women around the world. From equality in the home to safe public spaces for women, the fight for equality is far from won.
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