Khawla Bou Kareem
The situation in Tunisia before July 25, when parliament was suspended, was not very rosy, but a lot less dangerous than today. Journalist Amer Ayad has been court martialed, and faces the death penalty, for criticizing President Saied
Khawla Bou Kareem
The Ennahda Movement manifestation on February 27 degraded into a media harassment campaign, particularly for female journalists.
Khawla Bou Kareem
Sara Hegazi’s suicide encouraged the LGBT community to speak up again, not only in Tunisia, but in the whole Arab region and the world. “It’s an opportunity to scream at the top of our lungs for our lost rights…”
Khawla Bou Kareem
“Whenever I remember how negative the police officer’s attitude was, I laugh and cry at the same time. As I told him that my husband had kicked me out of the house, his response was to tell me to go back home, because the ‘Coronavirus’ is everywhere! Is there a coronavirus more dangerous to my health than being beaten and deprived of my child without any valid reason or right?!”
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