1:15pm , Monday 27th May 2019

Abandoned in their Mothers’ Homes

Children of Yazidi women born in captivity to ISIS face a shameful past, homeless present and unsure future. By Abdul Rashid Al Saleh “It is impossible for a mother to give up her child, even if it ...

Motherhood Denied

In this investigation, journalist Saja Mortada documents cases of divorced Lebanese women who lost custody of their children upon rulings by Jaafari courts that ignore the interests of child and mother and refuse to consider ...

Solar-Powered Corruption: European Grant Awarded to Investment Firm

Dalia SheblMasrawy- On the morning of Oct. 21, 2016, 60 kilometers from Cairo in the Eastern governate a ceremony was held to mark the opening of a solar power plant backed with aid from the ...

Dogs...Another War Kills the Yemenis

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RESTRICTED

Jan. 10, 2019By  Habib Shehada Ashaq Alawsaat- After his release from a Syrian detention center in mid-2016, secondary school teacher Saleh, 56, expected to return to the job he’d held for 22 years before being arrested. He ...

Made in Prison

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Swallow the Pain

By Hadeel Fayiz Al-Tawallbeh Some Jordanian patients suffering from rare genetic “storage diseases” wait for death in the face of government neglect.   Nearly 20 years ago, a Jordanian family discovered that their son had mucus polysaccharide, an ...

“S17” Victims of the Ministry of Interior’s Whim

Amal El-MekkiMuhammed Diya' went into the police station near his home in Menzel Bouzelfa (southeast of Tunis) then in a rush came back out, poured gasoline over himself from the container he’d left between two ...