Earlier this week, Republican presidential contender Donald Trump called to ban all Muslims from entering the United States. His comments against ...
Women in the Middle East and North Africa are more likely to experience violence by an intimate partner than any of their international counterparts, ...
While millions of Americans celebrated Thanksgiving, and remembered the pilgrims who arrived safely to America in 1620 after fleeing persecution, the ...
The United Nations must practice what it preaches when it comes to protecting women from violence in conflict areas
The prevalent mentality that blames the victim for her looks, behavior or clothing must be addressed
It is clearly insufficient to expect laws and decrees to be an effective method to combat corporal punishment in schools
Young Arabs need to look at the needs of the market and act accordingly
This week, Berlin-based Arab graffiti artists took a stand against the anti-Arab rhetoric that is prevalent on American TV. The artists were ...
There is nothing chic about being a migrant, about walking hundreds of kilometers across borders while fearing for your life
The advancement that the government has achieved is commendable, but it must switch into a higher gear
When Ahmed Mohamed built a clock he thought his teacher would be pleased, instead the police were called
Obama should encourage teachers and police officers to do what they are paid to do
To the public who is still skeptical of the presence of refugees, I say ‘don’t be afraid’.
Why are airline carriers adamant on refugees losing their lives at sea, rather than allowing them to fly?
Online abuse against refugees is not something to which we can turn our backs to – it’s a serious concern
Perhaps commissioning storytellers as humanitarian ambassadors, and not just celebrities, can rectify the branding crisis
The brutality of ISIS increases exponentially as time passes
In the West, hijab-wearing Muslim women have made headlines after facing public scrutiny
Unlike Cecil the lion, the Sudanese refugee who lost his life while attempting to cross the Calais tunnel doesn’t have a name
Whether the international community likes to admit it or not, electricity and water supplies are being restricted to Aleppo and Gaza
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