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Kareem Shaheen
Journalist. Editor . Former Turkey and Middle East correspondent. alum.
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Raseef22 English 5h
Moshe used to love his Muslim, Christian and Palestinian neighbours, and they used to love him too... he was an aged, vintage Damascene, one who didn’t dream of that which they called the “promised land” next door – for Syria was his true promised land
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Raseef22 English 17h
We scream at the West: “Stop Islamophobia” while we smile at fundamentalist sheikhs and ask them gently and politely to stop their extremism. Welcome to Arab double standards For more info:
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Kareem Shaheen 4h
Scientists shocked by Arctic permafrost thawing 70 years sooner than predicted
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You won't find this kind of story anywhere except , a beautiful yarn of a man who clung to his life in the Jewish district of Damascus: ‘Syria was his promised land’: why Moshe the foreigner stayed in the Jewish Quarter of Damascus
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Kareem Shaheen Jun 18
What is Arab- and Iranian-Jewish cuisine? How is it linked to identity? How has Israel sought to appropriate it? The extremely talented explores some of these qs here, including delicious Iraqi, Tunisian and Iranian Jewish recipes via
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There's a proliferation of sex-ed pages on social media that Arab women (and men) are increasingly seeking out in order to get around the taboos: ‘Sex is not a red line’: how Arab women are using social media to learn about sex via
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This regime is unequivocally evil and so is anybody who tries to normalize it: New Notifications Declare Dead Hundreds in Syrian Security Services’ Detention Facilities
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'We are coming to get you': recordings reveal Saudi plan for Khashoggi murder
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Joseph Bahout باحوط Jun 18
This is a very moving tv segment... ’s 1st post-revolution President, irresistibly weeps after evoking the fate of ’s first democratically elected President dead in court yesterday.
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Noor Al Hussein 11h
BBC News - Egypt Morsi TV gaffe puts spotlight on control of media
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Number of People Fleeing Conflict Is Highest Since World War II, U.N. Says
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The told it was target of Saudi hacking unit after Khashoggi killing
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Raseef22 English 8h
"Fifteen years ago, I was a young adolescent looking for something that would make me feel like I existed": How I almost became a salafist
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Amr Khalifa Jun 18
عندما يختار النظام أغبياء لتنفيذ أوامر المخابرات تكون النتيجة تراجيكومدية. الحمد لله إن المخابرات تستخدم سامسونج فهو أفضل! شاهد للنهايه ثم أبكي أو أضحك هذا شأنك.
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Kareem Shaheen 7h
There's a proliferation of sex-ed pages on social media that Arab women (and men) are increasingly seeking out in order to get around the taboos: ‘Sex is not a red line’: how Arab women are using social media to learn about sex via
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Kareem Shaheen 7h
You won't find this kind of story anywhere except , a beautiful yarn of a man who clung to his life in the Jewish district of Damascus: ‘Syria was his promised land’: why Moshe the foreigner stayed in the Jewish Quarter of Damascus
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Kareem Shaheen Jun 18
A lawyer who helped found a civil society movement in Libya opines about why deeply entrenched tribalism has arrested the march to democracy these past few years: Gaddafi is not quite dead: how Libya’s democracy failed because of tribalism via
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Kareem Shaheen Jun 18
A truly excellent piece on the controversy over the Jinn series on Netflix: The Jordanian Schism :How a poorly made television series revealed the fractured soul of a nation via
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Kareem Shaheen Jun 18
This is a fascinating article by an Algerian writer about grassroots initiatives in neighborhoods in Algeria that are transforming the country from the ground up even as debate rages over the post-Bouteflika political future via
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Kareem Shaheen Jun 18
A truly excellent piece on the controversy over the Jinn series on Netflix: The Jordanian Schism :How a poorly made television series revealed the fractured soul of a nation via
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