Sheeffah Shiraz is a journalist and writer based in London.
Sheeffah Shiraz, Features Editor, reminds us that behind the headlines there are real human stories and a region brimming with passion and creativity.
Feature: Mosul’s children continue to suffer from the trauma and pain they faced during the Islamic State group's brutal rule.
The New Arab Meets: Magid Magid, whose election as Sheffield's new Lord Mayor marks many firsts for the 28-year-old black, Muslim and former refugee.
Report: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender activists in the Middle East and North Africa are defying state-sponsored repression and social stigma by sharing stories to help others.
Yalla, let's eat! Continuing our review series of Middle Eastern restaurants, we make our way to Tabun Kitchen in London's Soho where traditional Jerusalem street food finds a contemporary twist.
Interview: From working with The White Helmets to the creation of Planet Syria, The Syria Campaign continues to accelerate progress towards a peaceful and democratic future for Syria.
Feature: As the most common cancer in women in Saudi Arabia, many are determined to launch a mainstream conversation about breast cancer to help raise awareness.
Feature: Israeli attempts to prevent Palestinian 'Murabitat' women from entering al-Aqsa Mosque only succeeds in galvanising them into further acts of resistance and defiance.
Analysis: Yemen is struggling with the highest ever recorded number of people living in hunger, with nearly 13 million facing difficulties in finding enough to eat.
Analysis: Scores of journalists have been killed in the Middle East and North Africa region so far this year, as brutal conflicts and political turmoil continue to rage.