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Egypt’s political prisoners: who they are and why they should be released

In October 2017, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi claimed in an interview with France 24 that ‘there are no political prisoners in Egypt’. Domestic and international rights organisations paint a very different picture of the situation for incarcerated government opponents and critics amidst an...

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Why British ISIS members should be trialled in international criminal courts

1. Background Arab Millennial is a website that focuses on progress and development across Arab diaspora of all walks of religious and non-faith life. This week, confirmation has been received that the last two members of a four member British terror cell known as...

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Celebrating the lives of Arab dissidents – Part I

“The death of one man: that is a catastrophe. One hundred thousand deaths: that is a statistic!” So wrote the journalist and satirist Kurt Tucholsky in 1925 – or rather, those are the words he put into the mouth of a (possibly fictitious) French...

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3 ways to improve your Palestine activism, through the eyes of a Palestinian

Introduction For many individuals, groups, and organisations, the Palestinian struggle has become an opportunity to claim fame, spread ideologies, and fight for one’s own understanding of the Palestinian struggle. When there is an event or a protest, we wear our Kuffiyas, put on our...

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Yazidis: the oppressed minorities of the Arab world

Who are Yazidis? Yazidis are an ethno-religious minority group in the Arab World, most of whom reside in Northern Iraq/Kurdistan. *** Current persecution of Yazidis If you do not know who Ms. Nadia Murad is, you may only need a little reminding. She is...

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