Joey Ayoub is the MENA editor at Global Voices as well as a Lebanese researcher from Beirut currently living in London. He is the founder of Hummus For Thought and mostly writes on Syria, Israel-Palestine and Lebanon.
Anaysis: An ambitious mapping project in Lebanon pulls together more than 150 initiatives dedicated to addressing the country's past, reports Joey Ayoub.
Londoners have staged a demonstration outside a local borough meeting, demanding Barnet Council ensure the safety of all its residents - rich and poor - following the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Two survivors of the deadly Grenfell Tower blaze are campaigning for London's Barnet Council to remove building cladding that may be flammable.
The ‘Syrian Refugee Community Iftar’ was a part of the #GreatGetTogether campaign, a series of parties across the UK, aimed at improving community cohesion.
Comment: Without sectarian and patriarchal oppression, none of the warlords-turned-politicians, their business associates or their (exclusively male) religious allies can operate, writes Joey Ayoub.
Comment: The Lebanese government is using Syrian refugees as scapegoats in order to divert attention away from its own unpopularity and extensive failures, writes Joey Ayoub.
Comment: Nasrallah's recent sermon was all about promoting the same fixed gender roles that place him at the top of the hierarchy, writes Joey Ayoub.
Comment: The problem with the Stop the War coalition, is that it is fundamentally not anti-war, but simply anti-western intervention, writes Joey Ayoub.