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Reclaiming the Runway: Baghdad hosts first fashion show in 27 years

Stepping out of the looming national violence and into the fashion spotlight, the city of Baghdad is once again reminding the world of its legacy as a historic cultural city. 26 more words

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More single Emirati Women are Adopting Orphans than ever before

Emirati women are taking bold strides in forming their families beyond the conventional customs of the region and local culture. My latest feature on the increasing trends of adoption by single women in the United Arab Emirates. 7 more words

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Why Muslims are Only Good for One ParticularType Of Headline

The Muslim-American community experiences more than just living in trepidation, but they are stuck in a vicious cycle of vilification and disparagement that is way beyond its expiration date. 42 more words

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How Egypt Became a Global Squash Superpower

Egypt once again made headlines last week, and this time, it isn’t about politics. My feature piece on Egypt’s history at Squash and how it continues to lead the sport in both the men’s and women’s division. 11 more words

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17 Vintage Photos that will take you back to the golden era of Egyptian cinema

Faten Hamama, known as “the Lady of the Arabic Screen” and one of the greatest of Egypt’s film actresses died at the age of 83 last Saturday, drawing condolences… 85 more words

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The Double Standard on the Muslim Community

In the wake of the recent Paris attack, France ordered a strict crackdown on ‘hate speech, anti-Semitism and glorifying terrorism,’ according to the Associated Press. 145 more words

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Under God, Indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for Some

With the recent events of Ferguson and the unraveling of the US Senate’s torture report on Guantanamo Bay, the United States public is beginning to wonder if we really do live in a post racial America.   60 more words

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