Fatima Al-Wahaidy

Terrorism in Egypt reaching its last stop

Sun, Nov. 4, 2018

In conjunction with the launch of Egypt’s second edition of the World Youth Forum terrorists spoil the scene by Christian worshipers on Friday, killing at least seven and wounding another 19 including children

Profile of a Qatari‏ ‏‎ woman uprooted and stripped of her rights at the age of five ‎

Sun, Sep. 23, 2018

From Geneva, Qatari tribe Al Ghufran calls on the international community to take a ‎stand on the Tamim regime who violated international conventions and treaties through its ‎discriminatory policies against the tribe. ‎

Opinion: Change is an evolution

Sat, Aug. 11, 2018

Lifestyle change is not a revolution, but rather a daily active process that is always challenging, especially if you want to transform many things at once.

Unmasking Gender Stereotypes through Music

Fri, Jul. 13, 2018

Rising feminist band Bnt Al-Masarwa works to create a lyrical memory that gives space for individuality and free choice rather than capturing individuals in gender roles.

Ramadan Away From Home

Thu, Jun. 7, 2018

Arab expats share their stories celebrating the holy month in Egypt, fusing some of the most cherished traditions that characterize Ramadan in their countries with those of their

TEDxKakumaCamp, the first TEDx event from a refugee camp

Mon, Jun. 4, 2018

TEDxKakumaCamp will be the first TEDx event hosted in a refugee camp, with refugees, and also for refugees.

Ramadan Away from Home

Thu, May. 17, 2018

Arab expats share their stories celebrating the holy month in Egypt, fusing some of the most cherished traditions that characterize Ramadan in their countries with those of their new homes.

New Ebola cases confirmed in DR Congo

Wed, May. 9, 2018

This is the ninth Ebola outbreak since it was first discovered in DR Congo in 1976