Afghan refugees bound for the United States have found temporary respite at a joint US-Italy naval base, NAS Sigonella where they told The New Arab about their perilous journey leaving Kabul, and their expectations upon arriving in the United States.
With the digital age in full swing, there has been a surge of Arab content creators, especially on the social media platform Instagram. The New Arab speaks with members of this 'influencer generation' about their successes and challenges faced.
Despite South Africa's constitutional progress post-Apartheid, regressive forces relating to Sharia law remain. With the South African Muslim community feeling increasingly marginalised by the judicial system, their hopes for Sharia persist.
Society: Parents and children alike are increasingly anxious about the fast approaching academic year. Fee hikes, flooding and an untested curriculum are causing concern and raising questions over the Ministry of Education's failure to prepare.
Afghans who have sought refuge in Italy have lamented the fate of their compatriots left behind in their homeland. The New Arab speaks with members of Italy's Afghan community, and why the tolerant rhetoric of the Taliban is a temporary smokescreen.
Liberal Democrat Councillor Rabina Khan discusses why white feminism is leaving Black, Asian and ethnic minority women out of the conversation and why the voices of women of colour need to be included in the feminist debate.
The murder of a young woman in Baghdad last week by her brother brought the issue of domestic violence in Iraq to the fore at a time when murder rates are rising all over the country, and in which women are invariably the victims.
The exodus of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar has been filled by exceeding violence. With a proportion of the community now seeking refuge in India, the marginalised community now faces double discrimination, as both a refugee and a Muslim in BJP India
After the conclusion of the NATO withdrawal of Afghanistan, The New Arab speaks with UK-Afghan families about their relatives left behind, and how the newly imposed Taliban rule will affect their livelihoods and expectations for the future.