I apologize for taking such a long break from posting on this blog. Between my work on the Hill, trying to write a book, and keeping some semblance of a social life, things kind of got away from me. 775 more words
Tags » Muslim World
“Aisha the female student from Al Azhar was detained by the junta, her husband Fathy was campaigning for her outside of prison setting an example on how a true lover should be out there for his loved one, but then the junta arrested him too, and then the rest of the country was campaigning for the couple. 43 more words
At first I couldn’t believe my eyes… no, you didn’t misread either! … Babies are accused of such conspiracies in Pakistan!
It is ironic that this child has appeared in court, whilst women and children that suffer all sorts of violence and mistreatment, rarely make it to the doors of Pakistani courts! 137 more words
Marhaba! (That’s “hello” in arabic.)
This past weekend I went to the 7th annual Arab Women’s Conference in San Francisco, California.
It was incredible. 215 more words
Likely chances are you haven’t heard about her. She is a 22-year-old graduate of the Faculty of Mass Communication, Cairo University.
Egyptian military-controlled media have been trying to cover up the reality of the murder of the young female journalist, Mayada Ashraf, who was shot dead with a live bullet fired at her by a police sniper on Friday while she was covering an anti-coup protest. 103 more words