Students and parents in Lebanon are mobilizing with Mada, the independent student network, against the.
Five Egyptian musicians walk into Bayt Em Nazih and set the crowd on fire with their unique blend of rock and social activism.
“I do not feel safe here. After receiving too many threats on social media or over the phone, I stopped publishing.”
Thousands stood in solidarity with Mashrou’ Leila, following the cancellation of their concert at the.
That’s not all: Syrian refugees are actually filling some of the gaps in the Lebanese economy, as opposed to competing with the Lebanese workforce.
Rather than imitating the West, the Arab community has turned drag into its own.
Arab leaders continue to overlook one structural reform that would undoubtedly strengthen their economies: the full integration of women in the labor force.