Tamara Reda

Sirine Khawli

Yara Yatim

Rana Tabbara

Ahmad Karakira


The mapping was done on a map creator called Maphub. The aim of the map is to link events and money flow to Israeli universities, this exhibits just how these universities along with national and international donors aid the…

By Ahmad Karakira

The Lebanese National men’s basketball team has successfully managed to qualify to the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) 2021 Asia cup. Nonetheless, Lebanese basketball have had both its ups and downs throughout time, historical records show.

It took almost 30 years for the game of basketball to enter a small country…

By Ahmad Karakira

Israel’s colonial plan of occupying as much Palestinian land as possible is ongoing, as Palestinians are systematically losing their property under the pretext of Israeli laws.

Days before Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli Prime Minister, was supposed to announce the annexation of the Northern Dead Sea and Jordan Valley…

In its latest report about its figures, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) mentioned that there are 5,629,829 registered Palestinian refugees as of 31 December 2019.

Palestinians, that are now considered statistics, data, and numbers for NGOs, became refugees as a…

By Ahmad Karakira

The MENA region is the “most difficult and dangerous” area for journalists, announced Reporters Without Borders (RSF) in its World Press Freedom Index report in 2019. We’re at the end of 2020 and nothing has changed yet. …

By Ahmad Karakira

It was 1950. Two years after the Haganah Zionist militia (now called the Israeli Defense Force) exercised systematic ethnic cleansing against Palestinians with the help of the British mandate, Sobhi El Khatib and his wife, along with their seven children were forced to seek refuge. …

By Ahmad Karakira

The income of 66 per cent of Syrians living in Lebanon was reduced over the past year. This is due to the economic crisis that Lebanon is facing in addition to COVID-19 ramifications.

A report published in June 2020 by the World Food Programme (WFP) about the…

By Ahmad Karakira

Through his archival art, Amado AlFadni, half-Sudanese and half-Egyptian artist unveiled the intentionally forgotten and buried history of colonial oppression on Sudanese people through the eyes of the British and Egyptians.

AlFadni explains that Sudanese were taken as slaves by the British and Egyptians, and were sent…

Ahmad Karakira

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