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Sarah Khalil

Sarah Khalil

Sarah is a news editor and journalist at The New Arab. She holds an MA in Applied Linguistics focusing on journalism in translation from Arabic. She has over 12 years experience in TV and online journalism, including six years at The New Arab.

Areas of focus: Lebanese politics, women’s issues and culture in the MENA region.

Follow her on Twitter: @skhalil1984

The British government has suspended the Civil Service Muslim Network (CSMN) over political activism in support of Palestine.

18 March, 2024

The Gaza Health Ministry reports that out of about 70,000 cases since Israel's October 7 aggression, only 800 wounded Palestinians have evacuated for treatment.

21 February, 2024

Israeli forces are deliberately blocking the delivery of aid - including water, food, and fuel, while willfully impeding humanitarian assistance.

20 February, 2024

​​​​​​​Ghassan Hage, one of Australia's most significant intellectuals, risks losing his role at Germany's Max Planck Institute over his pro-Palestine stance.

07 February, 2024

A Palestinian Red Crescent ambulance crew is missing after attempting to rescue a six-year-old girl trapped in Gaza City amid a barrage of Israeli air strikes.

30 January, 2024

In-depth: Malawi has quietly launched a program to export labourers to Israel at a time when foreign workers are leaving the state amid its deadly military campaign in Gaza.

07 December, 2023

Amnesty International has revealed that Israel used US-made Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM) in two unlawful strikes on homes in the Gaza Strip, which killed 43 civilians, including 19 children.

05 December, 2023

As Israel intensifies its Gaza onslaught, focus turns to the controversial Ben Gurion Canal Project, originally proposed in the 1960s as an alternative to the Suez Canal.

17 November, 2023

Why are Western leaders reluctant to call for a ceasefire and are choosing instead to back a 'humanitarian pause'?

02 November, 2023

Israeli bombardment in Gaza has killed 3,648 Palestinian children since 7 October, with at least a thousand more missing.

02 November, 2023