Tag: Syrian

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Intersectionality and inclusiveness rule IWD Lebanon march

The world celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8, with massive rallies like those in Turkey and Spain making major headlines. Lebanon, too, celebrated IWD, albeit on Sunday – perhaps to accommodate for working women who can’t leave their jobs in the middle of the week to protest. “Our causes

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Outrage journalism: Where Adam Saleh and Bassel al-Amin meet

On Wednesday the story of infamous YouTuber Adam Saleh being kicked off a plane for allegedly speaking Arabic went viral, flooding our timelines with condemnations and statuses of solidarity. While various aggregated reproductions provided only his side of the story in which he cries racism, very few publications delivered context

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This app will help feed Syrian refugees in Beirut during the holy month of Ramadan

Ramadan means a lot of things to a lot of people, but alongside being a month devoted for observance and fasting, it is one that encourages donating to charity, i.e. zakat. So what better way to give meaning to the holy Muslim month than by helping feed needy kids? A

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