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.
The animating logic behind Israel’s punitive carceral system is to weaken Palestinian morale and their ability to organise through unjust imprisonment and disproportionate sentences.
Hyperinflation, poverty, corruption, protests and a pandemic have driven the country right to the edge.
The ICC's decision to investigate Israel is welcomed but more urgently an intervention is needed to stop an increase in crimes against Palestinians.
Rape during conflict is not a new phenomenon. It's widespread and open use today, with zero accountability, should be a wake-up call for the international community to act.
Far-right groups rarely face consequences the US or Europe. Will anyone hold their growing numbers accountable?
Skirting its legal obligations, Israel’s decision not to distribute the Covid-19 vaccine to 5 million Palestinians is yet another violation of their human rights.
As a year of illness, racism, extremism, and climate change comes to an end, 2020 gives the masses one more treat - yet another Wonder Woman film.
Big Tech are now the most powerful publishers of our time, and Netflix should be viewed with the same scepticism as Facebook and Google.
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.
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