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Free CV reviews and discounts for Arab Millennial readers

We have teamed up with CV Clinic to provide career support for all our readers, including specialised support Arab minorities …

Libya: sexual harassment and the crisis of masculinity

In a city where the red, yellow, and green traffic lights are usually perceived equally as a “GO!” signal, there …

We need more “regular” Arab American heroes

I grew up during the 1980s. I think about the decade more than I should. The music. The movies. How …

Founder represents Arab Millennial at JW3

Last August, I represented Arab Millennial at Keith Kahn-Harris’ book launch. His book, Strange Hate, discusses the evolving nature of …

Religious scepticism and colonial attitudes

I am a sceptical Muslim. I deeply believe in our underlying religious message, but do not take many of the …

Why do wars still exist?

There is a paradox of which the more we advance in time, the more we realise the astonishment of its …

How eurocentrism hinders ‘international development’

It is problematic to assume that we, as a globe, are on a unidirectional path of development. To say that …

Pope & Grand Imam visit the UAE

Arab Millennial praises the United Arab Emirates for hosting the Grand Imam of Egypt’s Al-Azhar al-Sharif and Pope Francis of …

On Boris Johnson’s possible ‘white privilege’

When I speak of Boris Johnson’s ‘white privilege’, I’m not speaking of the sort of white privilege that allowed him …

Zakzaky: Nigeria’s Shi’i cleric under illegal detention

*** this is an edited and syndicated piece originally published by Abbas Farshori in The Best of Africa *** A …

Murad and Kavanaugh: contrasting accounts of global justice

It is a great disgrace that we, as humans, somehow became immune to heinous acts of sexual violence. In fact, …

Post-Brexit Britain: a dance with dictators

Since the Brexit referendum results were announced, and the subsequent months of continuous bitter negotiating, various political analysts, journalists and …