Fadi al-Qadi is a Middle East and North Africa human rights advocate, commentator and writer. Follow him on Twitter: @fqadi
Comment: While state-sanctioned protests over Trump's Jerusalem move gathered crowds, outcry over government cuts to bread subsidies has been muted, writes Fadi al-Qadi.
Comment: Migrant workers across the Gulf suffer abuse and inhumane conditions imposed by their employers in the absence of serious governmental monitoring or intervention, writes Fadi al-Qadi.
Comment: Freedom of the press is a direct reflection of the liberties and respect for human rights a country affords its citizens, writes Fadi Al-Qadi.
Comment: Today marks International day to end impunity for crimes against journalists. But UN resolutions do little to combat corrupt institutions where impunity reigns, writes Fadi Qadi
Comment: Jordan's electoral process is a political space in decline, where representation remains very narrow, and deputies have no capacity to alter the balance of power, writes Fadi al-Qadi
Comment: Friends and family of the Jordanian journalist who went missing in the United Arab Emirates fear he may he have been tortured by authorities, writes Fadi al-Qadi.