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Katia Youssef


On October 25, Hadeel Saleh, a Palestinian living in the UK, lost her beloved big sister Hala and her two nieces Maimana and Habiba - killed when Israel bombed their home just minutes after the sisters shared a final phone call.

10 November, 2023

The fascinating tale of Lady Zainab Cobbold, the first female British-born Muslim convert to perform the Hajj pilgrimage, has sparked its own religious journey, as UK Muslims flock to her highland grave to pay their respects.

28 June, 2022

The New Arab Meets: Bayan Abusalameh to talk more about inventing a new kind of miniature satellite and the implications it could have to tackle issues like those posed by climate change in the Middle East.

23 November, 2021

Refugee doctors have not been given effective assistance to restart their careers in host countries across Europe. The Lincolnshire Refugee Doctor Project in the UK is one programme trying to change this.

08 July, 2021

While the European Union is putting in place regulations to stifle this approach, London relies on legal loopholes to carry on with business as usual.

21 January, 2021

The New Arab Meets: Anthony Thomas, the English director of 1980 documentary drama Death of a Princess.

04 February, 2019

Syrian refugees in the Calais jungle camp and the UK have said recent developments in Syria are 'meaningless' and that they have no plans to return home.

26 March, 2016

Arts: Al-Araby caught up with Arab Idol winner Mohammed Assaf during a fundraising event for Palestinian refugees in London.

19 October, 2015

Feature: For Syrian refugees escaping death and destruction in their country, arriving in Europe is not always the end of their suffering.

07 October, 2015

Blog: Assyrians are the oldest inhabitants of northern Iraq, but wars and conflict have forced them to leave their homeland for Europe and America.

27 August, 2015