Topic: Human rights

Egyptian blogger Alber Saber (source: patheos.com, photo: CFI)

Atheism in Egypt

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Breaking the taboo

Still from "Awal Bawal" by Jowan Safadi and Tamer Nefar (source: YouTube)

Druze conscription

Youth reject ″sectarian″ recruitment to the Israeli army

Egyptian DJ and musician Mohammed Safi (photo: private)

Interview with the Egyptian DJ Mohammed Safi

Voice of the people

Middle Eastern wasteland (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Geopolitics in the Middle East

A new century dawns

Relatives grieve for Mohammed Akhlaq, killed by a lynch mob (photo: Reuters/Stringer)

Muslims in India

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Nothing like equal opportunities

Mock-up of a prostitute′s room from the installation ″Grande Maison″ (photo: Soliman/Gielens)

Prostitution in Tunisia

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The big reveal

10 December - Human Rights Day 2015

Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement: "Protect humanity - Stop Indifference"

Abdellah Taia (photo: Hakan Lindquist)

Moroccan writer Abdellah Taia

Disenchantment and a hint of nostalgia

Cartoon by Peter Brookes published in The Times

#SueMeSaudi

Twitter users taunt Saudi Arabia

The Moroccan feminist Fatima Mernissi (photo: J. L. Cereijdo/AP)

Obituary: Fatima Mernissi

Icon of Arab feminism

A woman in Beirut mourns one of the victims of 12 November 2015. The deceased was member of the Shia Hezbollah militia, which is engaged in fighting with Islamic State (photo: Reuters)

Victims of terror

Do we care about Arab lives?

London protest on 6 May 2011 following the killing of Osama bin Laden (photo: picture-alliance/empics)

Cameron's counter-extremism strategy

Cause for concern or necessary evil?

Creeping emancipation: although Saudi women are still subject to a strict code of conduct, there are signs that things are changing (Saudi theatre director Lurin Al Isaa and her actors, photo: private)

Cultural policy in Saudi Arabia

Ushering in an era of change?

Civilians flee Assad's bombs in Aleppo (photo: Reuters)

Chronicle of a war foretold

Redefining the "Syrian" conflict

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