Nour Square, Tripoli (Eva Mahfouz)
Stories From The Protests: The Kindness of Strangers from Tripoli to Beirut

This revolution sparked a sense of belonging that was unfamiliar to the everyday people you find on the streets of Lebanon.

A sign that reads "To the expats, to every tear that was shed in the airports, the revolution is for you."
Diaspora Voices: A Letter To A New Beirut

Most conversations I have these days tend to end with a general air of disappointment..

Man walking in Raqqah | August 2012. (Beshr Abdulhadi)
Noha’s Journey From Raqqah to Bekaa, And From Violence to a Healthy Upbringing

We were asked to dig into our memories and remember scenes from our childhood. That’s when the image of my father hitting me came to me.

Period done by canva
I Got My Period

If they asked, I would say that I didn’t know who the pad was for.