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Daraj and Raseef22
Opinions on the coronavirus in Yemen are as divided as the country itself. While the south is awaiting the first vaccines, the north claims to have no need for immunization. What the two sides have in common is a health sector in shambles and a striking love for conspiracy theories.
Miryam Swaidan – Pascale Sawma
The recent removal of Judge Fadi Sawan as lead investigator brings the inquiry into the Beirut Port explosion back to square one. Will justice ever prevail?
Donya Altaieb – Salem Al-Rayes – Mohamad Abu Doun – Asmaa Azaizeh
Daraj and Raseef22 collaborated in assessing the vaccine rollout in Palestine and Yemen in light of the challenges these two countries face: administrative shortcomings and corrupt systems. This is the first report from Palestine.
Joya Elias
Yes, there is doom in knowing, there is horror in being enlightened, but in no way should this doom or horror subdue the responsibility to be free and to free others.
Diana Moukalled
Survivors of Syrian prisons and families of those still detained or missing launched the Truth and Justice charter. Their message is simple: stop the torture and reveal the fate of the tens of thousands people missing. Aim is to ensure the detainees and missing are not lost in the negotiations over a resolution to the war. Only then the Syrian conflict can ever be truly ended.
Mayssa El-Amoudi
This is the third time we celebrate her freedom and I hope it will be the last. I hope Loujain and all other female and male activists don’t have to live these experiences again…
Nada Mohamad
While the government has opted for gradually lifting the lockdown, research shows that several Covid-19 variants have become commonplace, including the British mutant which spreads 50% more rapidly than others.
Ahmad Mohammad
“Homosexuals are beaten and physically violated. The reason is that the authorities perceive homosexuality as a moral and sexual deviation for women and a breach of manliness for men.”
Carmen Kareem
The Syrian revolution against the regime has turned into a war against a foreign occupation, which pretends to defend Syrians by extending “a helping hand”. In reality, however, the hand is only extended to loot the Syrians’ money and increase their poverty.
Saman Dawood
Finding the remains of the victims and reburying them is a positive step, yet “just the beginning.” There are dozens of mass graves in Sinjar.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني