Interviews

Ahmad Zahra's journey to Fullerton City Council is an inspiration for marginalised communities throughout the United States Photo [Mindy Schauer, Orange County Register/SCNG]
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The New Arab Meets: The first openly gay Muslim politician in America, Ahmad Zahra, who feels a responsibility to represent both communities as well as fight for marginalised groups.
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Nour Milhem, Palestinian designer and artivist.
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The New Arab Meets: Nour Milhem, a 25-year-old graphic designer whose vibrant colours and provoking imagery pays homage to her Palestinian roots, and sets a creative foundation for marginalised expression within the art world.
Entisar Al-Hammadi has been detained since April [Entisar Al-Hammadi]
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The New Arab Meets: The family and acquaintances of Yemeni model and actress Entisar Al-Hammadi, kidnapped by Houthi authorities as part of a concerted effort to prevent her creative expression. From her brother, we learn more about her detainment.
Shamima Begum's infamous path to radicalisation will be documented in full [Getty Images]
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The New Arab Meets: Catalan filmmaker Alba Sotorra, whose insightful documentary tackles the controversial aftermath of a small group of Western women radicalised by IS and now living with their children in a camp in the Northeast of Syria.
Faduma Farah: British-Somali mother, designer and pioneer of wheelchair-friendly fashion
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The New Arab Meets: British-Somali designer, Faduma Farah, who, unsettled by the lack of clothing options for wheelchair users, set out to forge a new style that truly accommodates disability. Now, her collection is debuting at London Fashion Week.
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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.
Rohullah writing a letter in 1997
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The New Arab Meets: Rohullah Yakobi, tortured by the Taliban and smuggled to Iran for work, his childhood was far from 'normal'. Now a banking consultant living in the city of Wolverhampton in England, he looks back on his life as a refugee.
Trailblazing Palestinian-American human rights attorney Tahanie Aboushi has begun her campaign to become District Attorney of New York
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Growing up in a family consumed by strife, Tahanie Aboushi has overcome countless hurdles in her journey as one of New York's most remarkable human rights attorney. In this interview, The New Arab follows her campaign to become District Attorney.
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The New Arab Meets: André Liohn, who unveils the distressing perils of conflict and how human beings can so quickly descend into anarchy under indiscriminate force.