Many people challenge the idea that Arab feminism exists. As though we, Arab females, have no concern or enlightenment about misogyny. No concern over our bodies. Our safety. Our minds. It’s true, our… Continue reading
“… In this conflict, especially, the writing of history absorbs and represents ideological disputes and political developments as much as any other cultural medium. The difference is that other media or discourses do… Continue reading
While the [Arab and American] styles are very different, most cultural differences tend to lie below the surface of one’s awareness. Without a conscious awareness of how another culture is different from one’s… Continue reading
Before this article delves into its substance, I want to clarify what the Burqa, the Niqab and the Hijab are because the terms are incorrectly used interchangeably. It is uncomfortable as a conversation… Continue reading
“In [the consumerist’s] collective delusion, development is confused with consumerism, wastefulness with success, and growth with fattening. The pandemic is considered a sign of good health. [Consumerist] “success” has been so overwhelming that there is… Continue reading
>this is to continue the conversationstarting to get deepand thoughtfulstarting to get personaland thoughtfulwhen someone talks about tragedythrough their hometheir moneytheir servantstheir lifethey are talking about familytalking about a familya family they wishedthey… Continue reading
> My splitting headache has caused split personalities, which has caused a compounded happiness. Happiness multiplied by four dancing Samia Gamal’s.