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Narjas Zatat is a staff writer for The New Arab with particular interest in minorities and how China, Malaysia and Indonesia interact with the Middle East.

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How Egypt's sexual harassment problem could usher in #MeToo

09 July, 2020

With sexual assault cases increasing, and a growing body of voices online refusing to back down, some critics argue there could be a reckoning in Egypt.

Harper’s Bazaar US appoints black-Arab woman for top post

12 June, 2020

Harper's Bazaar US just appointed its first black Arab EIC in the form of Samira Nasr, a Canadian with Lebanese and Trinidadian roots.

Arabs send Americans advice on how to protest safely

05 June, 2020

Across the world Arabs are sending messages of support to American protesters coming out to demonstrate police brutality and racism following the killing of African American George Floyd.

Expert warns against 'jumping' on Malaria drug for coronavirus

25 March, 2020

The anti-Malaria medication chloroquine has been approved by Algeria to be administered by medical personnel to treat some cases of coronavirus, but one expert warns against taking such measures seriously.

How the Middle East is dealing with coronavirus

25 February, 2020

As the coronavirus sweeps across the Middle East, Arab countries are scrambling to contain it.

The rise of Iran's cyber warfare against its enemies

21 February, 2020

The last decade has seen a rise in cyber warfare tactics, especially with countries like Iran, which is no lightweight when it comes to malware and espionage.

Arab countries are preparing for a possible coronavirus outbreak

04 February, 2020

Arab countries have taken extreme measure to prevent the spread of the virus.

How Libya forced Algeria out of diplomatic hibernation

21 January, 2020

Analysis: With the Libyan crisis knocking on Algeria's door, new president Tebboune has launched unprecedented diplomatic efforts. But questions about his legitimacy mean there are more than geopolitics at stak.

Stop Uighur internment camps or take Olympics from China

08 January, 2020

As China gears up to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, the country continues to face accusations of horrific human rights abuses against its Uighur Muslim minority.

10 events that drastically changed the Middle East

24 December, 2019

From the Arab Spring to the refugee crisis, here are some of the most important events of this past decade.

A record number of Muslim MPs in UK parliament

19 December, 2019

The new MPs in both the Labour Party and the Conservative Party come from a Muslim background, and a few Muslim MPs have kept their seats.

Aung San Suu Kyi to defend Rohingya genocide charge

10 December, 2019

Aung San Suu Kyi will defend Myanmar and argue that the military responded legitimately to ethnic insurgents.

Narjas Zatat
Narjas Zatat

Narjas Zatat is a staff writer for The New Arab with particular interest in minorities and how China, Malaysia and Indonesia interact with the Middle East.

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