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Yousra Samir Imran

Yousra Samir Imran

Yousra Samir Imran is a British Egyptian writer and author who is based Yorkshire. She is the author of Hijab and Red Lipstick, being published by Hashtag Press in the UK in October 2020

Follow her on Twitter: @UNDERYOURABAYA

With their continued silence on Gaza, the selectiveness of white mainstream feminists shows that for them, some lives are worth talking about more than others.

14 May, 2024

We went to North Yorkshire to try Yemen Heaven, where chef Muna Al-Maflehi says the secret to her delicious food is the love between a father and daughter.

02 May, 2024

In the past six months, Israel has killed over 200 humanitarian aid workers, despite deconfliction measures. So are Israel's attacks intentional?

23 April, 2024

Al-Mujadilah, Qatar's first female-led spiritual hub, is a space for Muslim women of all backgrounds to learn, connect, and practice their faith together.

09 April, 2024

Book Club: Nadeine Asbali's Veiled Threat wonders why British society won't leave Muslim women alone, and how supporting Palestine is now tied to extremism.

27 March, 2024

With the ethical purchase of Palestinian dates a topic on everyone’s mind, The New Arab has researched where to buy yours for Ramadan.

11 March, 2024

IWD: The New Arab spoke to three Palestinian women and mothers about how their lives have changed since Gaza's war and how their resolve remains undeterred.

08 March, 2024

Celebrate World Book Day with The New Arab's list of children's stories about Palestine to learn more about Palestinian history, memories and culture.

07 March, 2024

The New Arab Meets: Dr Haya Hijazi, a gynaecologist and obstetrician from Gaza, who explains how genocide will permanently affect women's reproductive health.

01 March, 2024

The New Arab Meets: Gazan author, journalist, and mother, Laila El-Haddad. In an exclusive interview, Laila speaks about Gaza, foodwashing, and staying hopeful.

12 January, 2024