Diana Alghoul is a British-Palestinian journalist at The New Arab who is mainly involved in news and feature writing. Her main areas of focus are the Palestine-Israel conflict, women's rights, culture, Muslims in the Western world and food.
A symbol of resistance or an emo kid's accessory in 2006? The Palestinian keffiyeh has a history that makes it a central part of Palestine's culture and must be preserved during and outside of World Keffiyeh Day.
Revoking abortion as a constitutional right in the United States is a scary step for women, but to say it's a step toward the 'Sharia Supreme Court' is Islamophobic and inaccurate, writes Diana Al Ghoul
Book Club: When Ruzina Ahad realised the self-help section is rich with different philosophies and religions except for Islam, she decided to take matters into her own hands by teaching her readers how to dream, dua and do.
Arabs in the UK series: Being a teenager is hard enough, but experiencing it as British, Arab and Muslim in the post 9/11 order created yet more difficult situations to deal with and different labels to overcome in the journey to self.
The New Arab Meets: CEO of Raw ME and Fruity Friends, Layla Al-Dorani. Realising that most Qataris didn't have adequate amounts of fruit in their diet, Al-Dorani has pioneered health-conscious, vegan businesses aimed at revolutionising Qatari food.
The New Arab Meets: Farah Koutteineh, founder of Key48, an online account which started out as a student movement to counteract censorship in universities, but little did she know it would go on to tackle Instagram's silencing of Palestinian voices.