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Karen Dabrowska

Karen Dabrowska

Karen Dabrowska is a London-based freelance journalist focusing on the Middle East and Islamic Affairs. She is also the author of ten books.

Follow her on Twitter: @KarenDabrowska1

As part of Halabja's artistic revival, a collective of 13 Kurdish artists put on a showcase at Portsmouth Cathedral to celebrate Halabja art and culture and highlight how Halabja was and is more than just a 1988 chemical attack.

11 November, 2021

With this years Jameel Prize adjudicated on making a political statement or commemorating a loved one through Islamic traditions, The New Arab speaks with the finalists about their creative vision and what poetry to politics means to them.

20 October, 2021

In what is the UK's first major exhibition on Iranian civilisation in over 90 years, the Victoria and Albert Museum's 'Epic Iran' exhibition has been a resounding success in presenting the majesty of Iranian art and culture, and in dispelling myths.

05 August, 2021

With tragedy often striking the perilous journey to refuge, Algerian visual artist Rachid Koraichi has honoured the lost identities of unburied refugees in his 'Garden of Africa' - a poignant commemoration of our collective humanity.

21 June, 2021

In-depth: Yemen's most isolated province has largely been spared the horrors of war, but it now faces destabilisation due to a geopolitical struggle involving Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Oman.

21 April, 2021